Auto rickshaws are ubiquitous in India and all over South Asia. Then be it a bicycle rickshaw, be it a pedal rickshaw, but Auto rickshaws are not so common in many other countries, then why is this so common in these countries? This is what we will discuss in this article. In India, we can… Continue reading Why are auto-rickshaws so common in India?
It is a dream of most Indians to own a house in their lives in India, but that dream is often unfulfilled because of two main reasons number one, it is just too costly, many of these housing projects never get completed. So two questions arise: Why is housing so costly in India, and number… Continue reading The truth about buying your own house in India
Big Basket, Just Dial, and even SBI all have one thing in common – Data Breaches. But for some reason, India is not concerned about Data Breaches. This article will discuss why we should pay attention to data breaches and how costly data breaches can get. First, let’s talk about something that we think is… Continue reading Why should Indians be worried about data breaches?
The Indian agricultural sector is that of storage. Agriculture is a seasonal activity, makes it impossible to grow crops throughout the year. So yields are produced during their season and stored in warehouses to be consumed even during the offseason. Now in the absence of storage facilities, everyone would be starving during the off-season. The… Continue reading How agriculture storage facilities are related to price hikes in India
The government’s plan to grant farmers more economic freedom. Have you ever wondered how the food we eat reaches us? It’s a rather complicated process. The farmer begins by growing these crops and then harvesting them. The farmer then takes these crops to a center called the APMC or the agriculture produce marketing committee. The… Continue reading Government’s plan to give more economic freedom to farmers
The urban unemployment crisis Because of the coronavirus’s highly contagious nature, the forced world to go into lockdown. As a result of people not stepping out of their homes, many people worldwide lost their jobs. Most of these people who lost jobs belong to the informal sector, which means that there is no formal document… Continue reading Urban Unemployment in India
Jeff Bezos is the richest man in the world. He’s the only man in history to have ever made more than 200 billion us dollars.Can you imagine 200 billion U.S dollars? That’s like 15 lakh crores in Indian rupees, but what does he do with all this money? What is this master plan? I’m going… Continue reading What is the master plan of the world’s richest man-Jeff Bezos?
The 2020 Nobel Prize in Economics went to Robert Wilson and Paul Milgrom to contribute to Auction Theory. So what was their contribution, and why did they win the Nobel Prize? We’ve all heard stories about how the government auctions resources such as Telecom Spectrums or even oil reserves. But these auctions can sometimes be… Continue reading The 2020 Nobel Prize in the field of Economics
As Indians, we have a significant relationship with gold. Like most Indian families bought gold every time we had a little bit of extra money. While growing up, I would often ask all Indian families, “why are we buying so much of gold?” The standard reply was, “gold is not a purchase it is an… Continue reading Why do Indians buy so much Gold? How does buying gold affect the economy?
India has been trying to reduce its dependence on foreign fuel. As soon as I mention “trying to reduce our dependence on foreign fuel, “The first thing that comes to mind is that we will use energy sourced locally from our country. Well, it isn’t that simple. We are aware that the supply of fossil… Continue reading Ethanol as an alternative fuel for India