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    Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus launched Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, which made capital available to the poor, especially women. His new book- A World of Three Zeros: The New Economics of Zero Poverty, Zero Unemployment, and Zero Net Carbon Emissions, the impact of microcredit in enabling millions...

Strengthening the agricultural sector Background: Last month, the NITI Aayog released the Three-Year Action Agenda (TYAA) for the government, a roadmap for reforming the various sectors of the economy. Its agenda for the agriculture sector, and how best it can rescue the sector has been discussed in this...

  The Central Government of India has launched a new scheme ‘Sankalp se Siddhi – New India Movement’ on the occasion of 75th anniversary of Quit India movement. This is an integrated yojana for the betterment of the nation by 2022. Download Government Schemes PDF here “Sankalp Se Siddhi-...

Introduction (Origin) In the post independent India, despite the abolition of zamindari, the farmers were not ‘liberated’ from exploitation. Because the goons of local bainyaa or moneylender would (often forcibly) take away the produce to recover their dues without adequate compensation to the farmer. To...

  _For a reform that was cracked up to be India’s biggest tax overhaul since Independence, the roll-out of the goods and services tax is off to a less-than-desirable start. Over 80 days after its introduction, the GST Network, its online backbone, is struggling to keep pace...

The sharp increase in petrol and diesel prices has caused furore. Prices of these fuels in India had increased due to a sharp rise in their international prices. When the price of crude oil has halved since mid-2014, critics ask, why does petrol and diesel...