INDIAN MARKETS

India’s IT industry fails to provide adequate decent wage jobs to its vast army of Engineers

Indian IT Industry disappoint Youth in India I don’t think it will be an overstatement to say that the Indian IT industry has become the biggest source of decent paying white collar jobs for India’s vast army of engineers. It was the biggest gateway to Indian middle class people who could manage an engineering education,...

SOLAR ENERGY

A Solar Tree in India

Solar Tree The world needs more trees. Yes during the times of increasing pollution and global warming, the globe needs more and more trees to be planted. Not only the normal trees but also solar trees. You heard it right – A Solar Tree! Scientists at the CSIR laboratory in West Bengal have planted a...

WIND ENERGY

Muddled policy and poor implementation leads to stranding of 550 MW wind power in Maharashtra

The Indian renewable energy sector faces unique and difficult challenges, as it tries to achieve a 175 GW capacity by 2022. This involves a rapid growth in an environment which still has uncertain policies, contradicting regulations and red tape from government officials. Power being a highly regulated sector, with involvement of multiple government organizations faces...

CLIMATE CHANGE

Why Saudi Arabia has a bleak future

Saudi Arabia might face a downturn with falling Oil Saudi Arabia is the world’s largest exporter of oil and gas products and has been so for a long time. The country’s vast cheap reserves of oil has made it one of the richest countries in the world, despite a pathetic human rights record, a despotic...

GREEN STOCKS

India’s Slow Motion Social Disaster – 93% MBA graduates earn less than USD 2,000 a year!!!!!!!

MBA in India earn less than $2K a year India’s largest young workforce is considered to be one of the biggest advantages for the Indian economy. It is expected that even as the workforces in developed countries are ageing, India will continue to see millions of workers entering the workforce every year. However, given the...

WORLD ECONOMY & MARKETS

An Interview with Jostein Kristensen, Partner at Oxera in UK

Jostein Kristensen on impact of Brexit on UK Energy Supply The looming EU referendum has caused sweeping uncertainty across the UK, and one sector facing significant disruption from a ‘yes’ vote in June is the energy market. Today the policy of the UK government is to subsidise imported electricity through capacity mechanism. In light of...

TECHNOLOGY

Luxury/ Expensive Smartphones in India – Top Picks 2016

The Indian Smartphone Industry – 2016 India has become the second largest market for smartphones, beating USA. India has a large growing population, with increasing demand for smartphones. India has a huge potential for this industry, with the smartphone penetration still below 30%. Samsung was the largest vendor for smartphones in India. Micromax, Lenovo, Intex...