US Presidential elections are not only a lengthy but an expensive affair. Millions are spent as campaign funds in this battle for the white house.
From Jan-March 2019 to July- Sep 2019, the Indian economy received a steep fall in its gross domestic product from 8.2% to 4.5%. Reasons for
The rampantly spreading Coronavirus has impacted the life of every human being in unimaginable ways. May that be a rich aristocrat or a roadside barber,
Digging up on old news, it has been almost three months since the bill on banning e-cigarettes has been passed. The government has claimed that
In our latest print edition, Advaita Singh captures the trending topic of Coronavirus through its effect on the global economy.
Debt and deficits – the two words that keep the government and its ambitious budgets in check. While governments would love to spend until their
This article narrates the movement of equity markets since the signs of economic slowdown began showing.
The author tries to present an account of different narratives about the first economic crisis,
‘Tulipmania’ in Netherlands, arguing whether the bubble was irrational based on speculation or a full blown crisis for the Dutch economy.
In this article Niharika Yadav aims to analyse the deflationary trends in food prices in India.
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Through this article. Siddharth Shukla, aims to look at the hyperinflation crisis in Zimbabwe. the causes which led to it and to analyse the situation and circumstances in order to prevent such a situation from arising again.
In this article, Gayatri Virmani critically analyses the relevance and effectiveness of Article 47 (the intoxication of drinks). She highlights how the negative impacts of the ban on alcohol on national highways and in some states, Bihar in particular, outweigh the positive impacts, concluding that imposing a ban on alcohol is in direct violation of an individual’s right to life and liberty.
In this article, the author Lakshita Singh looks at the points of departure and continuity in the NITI Aayog from its predecessor, the Planning Commission.