Smart cities improve the lives of their residents But they shouldn't be elite enclaves that exclude the poor and less tech-savvy WE live in a smart era where smartphones, smartwatches and even smart homes are a reality. But what about smart ... Digital News Asia, 9 hours ago
Photo: Indranil Bhoumik/Mint In a recent working paper, we focus on the association between economic freedom and growth in the number of newly registered small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in different states of India. We find that a one ...Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
—Should have reached Delhi at 10.15 am today. Likely to be 2 am tomorrow... —Passengers very angry, justifiably so. AC 2/3 tier served lunch at 5.30 pm. These are just some of the tweets Niti Aayog member and economist Bibek Debroy ...Outlook India, 1 month ago
, when the Narendra Modi juggernaut was rolling relentlessly across India and whipping up electoral passion unseen in the country in a long time, some wise men would resort to levity to try and provide some perspective to the "wave". It is as if he ...Yahoo! India, 1 month ago #Modi1: Impatient India wants delivery, not intent India Today, 1 month ago
unknown Have you ever wondered what would happen if the rich kept getting richer? I'm not talking about the 1%. They mostly consist of upper-middle-class business owners and real estate agents. No, I'm talking about the 1% of the 1%. The real ...Sott.net, 1 month ago
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