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A lot of the discourse is focused on land markets and removing the distortions in these. In 2005, there was a UN Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor, and it submitted its final report in 2008. One of the four “pillars” mentioned in this report was about property rights.
On November 4, the Union ministry of finance released the report of the Bankruptcy Law Reform Committee (BLRC) along with a draft bill called the “Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code” (IBC). The IBC is a proposed legal framework for facilitating the transparent and rapid exit of failed enterprises. At present, India’s
How should India respond to Pakistan’s tactical nuclear weapons? This question has regained importance in the light of Pakistan’s foreign secretary Aizaz Chaudhry’s recent remarks justifying tactical nuclear weapons as a means to deter India from launching a conventional war. In the realm of nuclear warfare, one has to find
India has adequate capacity and need to further absorb foreign capital. The silver lining for those who have been waiting for some quick progress on the economic reforms front arrived on Tuesday. The department of industrial policy and promotion (DIPP) announced a review of foreign direct investment (FDI) policy in
In the wake of the DIPP’s and WEF’s studies on ease of doing business, Mint and the Institute for Competitiveness examine what makes states competitive. In mid-September, India’s Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) released a federal government-sponsored ranking of states in terms of the ease of doing business.
Poor farmers in India and other developing countries are unlikely to secure credible outcomes for public stockholding programmes for food security and a special safeguard mechanism (SSM) at the Nairobi ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) next month as major industrialized countries have asked the chair for the
The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has come up with guidelines on how to deal with end-of-life vehicles, or ELVs—nearly 22 million are expected to reach that stage in just a decade—amid growing concern about the health and environmental hazards posed by them. There are an estimated 8.7 million ELVs
British and Indian companies will sign collaborations worth more than £9 billion ($13.7 billion) during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three-day visit to the UK, his British counterpart David Cameron said on Thursday as the two nations signed a civil nuclear deal, pledged to collaborate in defence and cyber security and