Insights into Editorial: Making the Transition to a Cashless Economy + Mindmaps on Issues

Insights into Editorial: Making the Transition to a Cashless Economy + Mindmaps on Issues 17 November 2015 India continues to be driven by the use of cash; less than 5% of all payments happen electronically. Various studies have shown that India uses too much cash for transactions. The ratio of cash to gross domestic product …

Insights into Editorial: Fighting terror from Mumbai to Paris + Mindampas on Issues

Insights into Editorial: Fighting terror from Mumbai to Paris + Mindampas on Issues 16 November 2015 Archives Paper 3 Topic: Security challenges and their management, linkages of organized crime with terrorism. Fighting terror from Mumbai to Paris France has become victim of two ghastly terrorist attacks this year, this time with even more damage and loss …

Insights into Editorial: The Sum of Three New Gold Schemes + Mindmaps on Issues

Insights into Editorial: The Sum of Three New Gold Schemes + Mindmaps on Issues TO reduce India’s gold imports and mobilize the gold held by public, the union government recently launched three new gold schemes. The government has also periodically sought to limit gold imports by increasing the import duty on the yellow metal, but …

Insights into Editorial: Don’t Dismantle MGNREGA, Reform it + Mindmaps

Insights into Editorial: Don’t Dismantle MGNREGA, Reform it + Mindmaps The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) aims at enhancing the livelihood security of people in rural areas by guaranteeing hundred days of wage-employment in a financial year to a rural household whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work. It guarantees …

Insights into Editorial: BoP Crisis and Rupee Devaluation + Mindmaps on Issues

Insights into Editorial: BoP Crisis and Rupee Devaluation + Mindmaps on Issues 11 November 2015 Source 1991 BoP crisis was one of the worst crises that India had to face. The then government was close to default, as RBI had refused new credit and foreign exchange reserves had been reduced to such a point that …