DIWALI-Expected to Spark Profitable trends into the Indian Economy

Diwali- is among the biggest festivals celebrated in India and most parts of the world. It is believed to be a fest which is commemorated the victory of good or evil. Lights, sweets and new dresses are the highlights of the carnival thus shopping in an integral part of

Agriculture of India- The Main Back Bone of Indian Economy

Cultivating crops of growth The lunch time in the office, the recess in school, the buffet at party and dinner time at our home, what is the common factor in all of them? Food! It is the most crucial thing for human survival. That is what keeps a human

Banking Industry: Backbone of the Indian Economy

The word ‘Bank’ came from an Italian word meaning ‘Banco’. In Italy, benches were kept in the market place to transact the business. Such banco arrangements were used to be made for smooth exchange of money and other bills of the business. A Bank is nothing but a financial

Indian Railways- India’s Economy on Wheels

Train travel has always been an exciting affair. The anxiety to catch the train on time and then the relief after boarding it. To watch the view outside the window of the passing towns, villages and fields, the rattling sound of the wheels of the speeding train, the frequent

Global Unemployment Crisis- 17.8mn Indians to be jobless in 2017!

The 2017 World Employment and Social Outlook report published by the United Nations International Labour Organisation (ILO) predicts a marginal increase in the rate of unemployment in India between the years 2017 and 2018. Also, the country is likely to see the condition of social inequality worsening. According to

Demand for Paytm, MobiKwik grows as Big Indian notes get Demonetised

Indians are having a tough time post the recent demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. Everything, from travelling to buying groceries, has become difficult without the availability of notes. Although new notes of Rs 2000 and Rs 500 have been issued, the process of collecting them in
Nov 15, 2016

Indian currency notes of Rs 500, Rs 1000 banned! Know the full story

The eve of 8th November 2016 left Indians flabbergasted when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that Indian currency notes of  Rs 500 and Rs 1000 will become void after midnight. The sudden declaration came as a shock as nobody, including media and politicians, had any clue about this abrupt move.

Facebook’s WiFi soon to connect Indian railways and villages!

Internet for everyone, everywhere! Digital India, a campaign initiated by the Modi Government, is rapidly transforming India into a technologically advanced economy. Following the government’s invitation to global companies to invest in the Indian market, US-based social networking site Facebook is set to provide Express Wi-Fi service across railway

Results for the Pre-Festive Season in Indian E-commerce is out and this is what it looks like

The festivities are just a few days away and there’s a rat-race among the e-tailer already. In fact, in the mid of all the crazy promotions (every second advertisement on TV is an e-commerce brand) under the October heat it’s result time for the companies. It would be fair

Indian Chocolate Industry growth to INR 122 bn by 2019

Indian markets seriously seem to run on the success path off late, especially after the power shift things look like they are changing this time it’s to the healthier side. The economy is growing as the trades flourish and there is business from all parts of the globe. Eatables