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Globalisation will make our societies more creative and prosperous, but also more vulnerable – Lord Robertson

Globalisation as a word is complete itself, yet is not properly understood by the most sophisticated persons of this century.

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How globalization has led to the reduction of employment in the formal sector of the Indian economy? Is increased informalization detrimental to the development of the country?

This question was asked in CSM 2016 in GS 3.

Let us see how should we proceed with this specific question.

Before proceeding to any question, it should instantly click to your mind that where exactly this lies in the syllabus. 249 more words


Singapore electricity sector to see shake-up with full liberalisation

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

With 25 electricity retailers slugging it out for a pie of the market that will be fully liberalised next year, the range of new services they will offer – by tapping various new technologies and new business models – will no doubt bring immense benefits to end-consumers. 833 more words

Money Matters

10 years of startups and tech Entrepreneurship

How did tech entrepreneurship become mainstream in the last 10 years? What led to explosive growth of tech startups? Was it the abundance of VC money or was it the spirit of Entrepreneurship? 284 more words


Just Let it Go...

Giving up reduces your life. Letting go expands it.

Giving up is imprisoning. Letting go is liberation.

Giving up is self-defeat. Letting go is self-care. 80 more words

Govt. mulls liberalisation of coconut industry to boost exports

By Charumini de Silva

Original article

  • Plantation Industries Minister to obtain Cabinet approval to import fresh kernels for value addition exports 
  • CDA to get promotion agency, possible plans for overseas campaigns…
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Our institutions need help

Sometimes I feel democracy needs a mourning wall, not just for those who suffer because of human rights violations, but because one is witnessing the death of institutions. 835 more words