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Sunit Arora

The writer is research scholars at the Centre for the Study of Regional Development, JNU

What gives rise to the rural debt trap?
Fri, Oct 01, 2021

Sonal Ann D’Souza, Sunit Arora write: Inadequate access to affordable credit lies at the heart of rural distress

By amending Model Mandi Act, MP has pushed its agricultural sector into throes of uncertainty
Mon, Dec 21, 2020

The state has posted high growth rates in the agricultural sector in recent years, but the growth has been skewed in favour of the state's irrigated parts and a small number of crops.

Separating Maruti, Esteem
Thu, Jan 19, 2006

That the government has no business being in the business of making cars is a truism, but that has never been an obstacle when viewed throug...

ASEAN in control, East Asia takes off
Thu, Dec 15, 2005

With ASEAN firmly in the driver’s seat, the first-ever ‘historic’ East Asia Summit formally kicked off today as a ‘&#145...

Singh to India Inc: Gear for global level
Thu, Dec 15, 2005

Warning that tariffs were on their way down, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh urged the Indian industry to to discard its ‘‘fear of t...

N-energy: Tokyo, Seoul ready to help Delhi
Wed, Dec 14, 2005

Japan and South Korea discussed cooperation with India on civilian nuclear energy during two separate bilateral meetings with Prime Minister...

Asean sees red in India trade blacklist
Wed, Dec 14, 2005

India's proposed free trade agreement (FTA) with ASEAN took centrestage at the fourth ASEAN-India summit today, with three nations—Sing...

Retail FDI: Window isn’t shut, PM tells ASEAN
Tue, Dec 13, 2005

The window of reforms in India’s retail sector is not shut, affirmed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the ASEAN Business Advisory Counc...

N-separation at fairly advanced stage: PM
Mon, Dec 12, 2005

Indicating that India is pushing to quickly meet commitments made in the Indo-US nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said that...

Trade, not politics, to drive group of 16 at first East Asian summit
Sun, Dec 11, 2005

India will let trade — and its huge market — do the talking at the first-ever East Asian Summit, seen as a “historic” op...

Dollar Bill
Sun, Dec 11, 2005


KM Birla to refire Rosa Power in UP
Tue, Oct 25, 2005

The Uttar Pradesh government is reviving the long-pending Rosa Power Project at Shahjahanpur — promoted by the A.V. Birla Group — ...

Tehran Diary
Fri, Jun 17, 2005

The last-minute voterIran's crucial Presidential elections kick off today, but it’s hardly evident on the streets of Tehran. Election f...

India and Iran sign $18-bn gas deal, set up group on pipeline
Tue, Jun 14, 2005

India finally inked the deal with Iran to import 5 million tonnes per annum (tpa) of liquefied natural gas (LNG), starting 2009, over a peri...

India keen to join Baku oil hunt
Sat, Jun 11, 2005

The hunt for black gold dominates Baku’s skyline, from the countless offshore rigs that stick out like matchsticks far on the horizon o...

Qatar pipeline: Pak okay with India’s role
Wed, Jun 08, 2005

Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has no issue with India playing a more active role in the proposed deep-sea pipeline from Qatar. This as...

To check slips, India, Pak set up JWG on pipeline
Tue, Jun 07, 2005

In a boost to the Iran pipeline project, India and Pakistan have set up a Joint Working Group (JWG) to move the project forward.‘‘...

If not Iran, maybe Turkmen gas: Aiyar gets Pak invite
Mon, Jun 06, 2005

As discussions kicked off today between India and Pakistan on pipeline solutions to meet their growing energy requirements, both sides conve...

Ms Middle Finger
Sun, May 22, 2005

INDRA Nooyi, among the world’s most powerful women in business, is disarmingly frank when asked about the constant noise around her bec...

I remind them of India everyday, says Pepsico president Indra Nooyi
Wed, Mar 30, 2005

Indra Nooyi, PepsiCo’S Indian face, says the $27-billion foods and beverages giant will invest $300m-$500 mn into its India operations ...

Settlement: It’s a long slog ahead
Sun, Jan 23, 2005

There were no big fireworks during a week dominated by Reliance group board meetings, only indications that the battle continues to fester a...

Investment Inc finally sets sail
Thu, Dec 09, 2004

Investment Inc is finally getting off the ground. And how. A spectacular, 181 per cent increase in new investment projects announced in the ...

India is a profitable, priority market, says PepsiCo CEO
Tue, Oct 26, 2004

On a flying visit to India, PepsiCo CEO Steven S.Reinemund stressed that the $27-billion foods and beverages giant would not ‘‘tol...

India Inc puts money where future is, cycle of investment begins
Sat, Oct 09, 2004

India Inc is pressing the investment button. If the latest data confirms a sharp spike in capital expenditure plans this year, the full impa...

Bytes of the IT Pie
Sun, Aug 01, 2004

It’s easy to forget how quickly the dramatic transformation of information technology has changed our, and the world’s, view of In...