Rana Kapoor

The writer is MD & CEO, Yes Bank, and chairman, Yes Institute.

Articles By Rana Kapoor

The health-tech of tomorrow

Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to address shortfalls in the healthcare industry.

Symptoms Of Recovery

By maintaining the FY18 fiscal deficit at unchanged levels vis-à-vis FY17, the finance minister ensured minimal slippage as the government skillfully harnessed the disinvestment tool, with revenues under this stream touching an all-time high of Rs 1 lakh crore.

At Davos, a toast to India

Indian delegation’s surefootedness at WEF marked India’s ascendancy on global stage.

Partnership of ideas

Digitisation provides an opportunity to strengthen industry-academia ties.

Taking off from Down Under

India and Australia must become stakeholders in each other’s development.

Coins for thought

Cryptocurrency has the potential to galvanise social development

Ideas for the future

Decisive policy actions by the Modi government will help the economy surge

Budget will serve well to make growth recovery more sustainable

Encompassing a sustained focus on agriculture sector and rural economy, Union Budget FY18 should serve well to make growth recovery more sustainable in 2017, driven by a mix of consumption and investment.

Leaping from a strong foundation

In 2017, the economy will see the benefits of the reforms from the previous year

Big gains to come

After short-term disruptions, the benefits of demonetisation will be immense.

Ready For Take-off

The ecosystem created by GST will facilitate manufacturing hubs

Fields of prosperity

FDI in food retail has the potential to give the much needed push to agriculture

Repositioning brand India

Modi regime has had to tell a new story in a rapidly changing global economy.

Fashioning A Banking Turn

The Union budget needs to incentivise savings to rescue public sector banks.

City infrastructure: With a multifaceted approach we can afford the ‘Housing for All’ dream

Nearly 28 per cent of India’s population live in cities and urban areas, a figure that is expected to rise to 40 per cent by 2020.

Make In India-US: Building many Silicon Valleys at home

The International Monetary Fund predicts that developed economies will clock a growth rate of 2.4 per cent in 2016 and the emerging markets will show a growth of 4.7 per cent during the same period.

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