Tega Industries Limited IPO- Rolling into the Future
Business

Tega Industries Limited IPO- Rolling into the Future

Remember the cartoons in your childhood? Almost all of them had to have at least one episode inside some heavy machinery-filled factory. The characters would get into all sorts of shenanigans, warping into weird shapes as they got rolled on some conveyor belt, got shot into some chute, or were completely rattled by that “shaky machine”(it’s called “an agitator” apparently).

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What are the Future Prospects of Quick Service Restaurants in India?
Business

What are the Future Prospects of Quick Service Restaurants in India?

Ever experienced the need for midnight munchies? Or afternoon munchies? Maybe even morning munchies? Well, perhaps there is such a thing as “thinking about food too much.” But let’s be honest, if you’ve existed, you’ve craved food that isn’t “Ghar ka khana.”

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Indian Gold Loan Industry: Who’ll take this Underpenetrated Market?
Business

Indian Gold Loan Industry: Who’ll take this Underpenetrated Market?

India, the world’s second-largest consumer of Gold worth $1.5 Trn, has a meager 3% of it pledged for loans. Is it a multi-billion-dollar market for the taking?

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Why is RBI’s dividend a godsend for the Government?
Economy

Why is RBI’s dividend a godsend for the Government?

Last week, the RBI announced a dividend payout of close to ₹ 1 Trillion for the Indian Government! But how, why & so what? If you aren’t aware, here’s help.

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Is Work From Home too much of a good thing?
Economy

Is Work From Home too much of a good thing?

Bed-desk-bed: it’s time WFH becomes mainstream again! But is the ‘go to work’ culture over yet? And is WFH economically viable in the first place? Well, let’s decode.

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Bombay Oxygen: What
Behavioral finance

Bombay Oxygen: What's In A Name?

Investors are going gaga over Bombay Oxygen, a non-bank lending company, just because its name contains the word ‘oxygen’! Like seriously? And this really got us thinking…

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Is EdTech the next big export from India?
Startups

Is EdTech the next big export from India?

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that you don’t need a brick-and-mortar setup to learn stuff. But is it scalable? Can India really take EdTech global?

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India technically enters Recession as Q2 GDP Shrinks by 7.5%
Finance

India technically enters Recession as Q2 GDP Shrinks by 7.5%

The year 2020 will go down in history as one of the weirdest and most disturbing years. With the coronavirus pandemic pushing many global economies deep into decline, many significant global events such as the US elections also made this year full of many economic discrepancies.

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RBI Monetary Policy 2020: Key Highlights and Takeaways
Economy

RBI Monetary Policy 2020: Key Highlights and Takeaways

The world right now, seems like a scene from an apocalyptic movie, doesn’t it? Movies where natural disasters are running wild, man-made disasters seem to be on the loose, and of course, one deadly disease is spreading like wildfire, which is infecting and spreading among people like a viral video.Of course in the current real world, all of this seems to be turning into reality, except this virus is far deadlier and is spreading faster than any viral TikTok song or video.

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Why Indian GDP Growth Rate is Declining?
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Why Indian GDP Growth Rate is Declining?

Don't you feel like the pandemic has turned your life upside down? You're getting bored in the house and bored with the quarantined life? You miss your pre-pandemic life, and you miss going out? For some of your life must have changed its course, and some of you might even have taken a life-changing decision yourself. Jobs lost, businesses down, socio-personal life down..

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How Chinese Investment in India is Dominating Tech Space
Economy

How Chinese Investment in India is Dominating Tech Space

In a move to curb opportunistic takeovers during the pandemic, specifically from Chinese entities, the Centre has recently revised FDI policy, making it mandatory for prior government approval for direct investments from countries with which India shares a border. This restriction had earlier applied for investments from Pakistan and Bangladesh. Though the Centre has not specified China, the spurt of investments by Chinese investors has prompted the Government to take this decision. 

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What will be the impact if Indians boycott Chinese products
Economy

What will be the impact if Indians boycott Chinese products

"Boycott China" is the current anthem that resounds in India in retaliation against China's resentment. Amid the border standoff in Ladakh, there has been a clamor amongst citizens to boycott products from China, which is seen as the unreasonable aggressor. The outrage has been extensive on social media, with hashtags like #BoycottChina and #BoycottChineseProducts trending on Twitter and the video by Sonam Wangchuk prompting Indians to retaliate stating that while the Army can handle the Chinese attempts of incursion in Ladakh, can be dealt only with the support and cooperation of the general public.

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How India can replace China as World’s Manufacturing Hub
Economy

How India can replace China as World’s Manufacturing Hub

The spread of the Coronavirus from Wuhan, the epicenter to the rest of the world, has brought China on a global backlash. The Covid-19 infected millions across the globe, and the lockdowns announced destabilized economies. Around the world, this backlash is building up against China, one for its initial mishandling of the crisis that led the virus to spread across the globe and secondly for the conspiracy theories that this was purportedly masterminded by China to weaken the global economy.

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Parle-G clocks record sales during coronavirus lockdown
Economy

Parle-G clocks record sales during coronavirus lockdown

There are some situations which are known as marketing opportunities. Now, these opportunities could be created and exploited but, many a times it so happens that these opportunities are already there, and the brands only need to spot them. Sometimes these opportunities knock the door in a weird way, and it becomes quite interesting to read about them as a third person. Because the brands which are involved in such situations have to make decisions which could make them or break them at that moment.

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Locust Attack: India is Facing the Worst One in Decades
Economy

Locust Attack: India is Facing the Worst One in Decades

2020 will be marked as the year of catastrophe in our memories. If given a chance, the entire world would have skipped 2020. While having a pandemic yet to be tackled, India is forced to equip itself to meet another crisis. Locust attacks are now increasing in several parts of India. 

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What does it take to boycott Chinese Products?
Economy

What does it take to boycott Chinese Products?

Let’s get started with the trending talk of #BoycottChina.It sounds terrific to say goodbye to Chinese goods, thereby being self-reliant and self-dependent. But, are we riding on quite a high horse? China is not just trying to penetrate at India’s border on the northeast but, moreover, it has penetrated our lives so much that we don’t even realize. Just to give you a hint, the value of goods that India imports from China are more than 515 billion yuan (with the current value of yuan being equal to Rs. 10.55, you can imagine how huge the amount is).And, this was just about the products. Now think about the technology, apps that you have in your phone, and the companies that have received considerable amounts in Chinese investments. So, now when we say boycott China, it’s not just about diplomatically ignoring China but saying no to each and everything that originates in China. And, for that, of course, we would have to develop a competitive infrastructure that can replace Chinese products and services to a certain extent.

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TikTok’s tough time going on in India
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TikTok’s tough time going on in India

TikTok’s tough time going on in India. And, a cursory view of Interglobe Aviation’s stock. There’s an old saying that ‘Time is Money’. So, of course wastage of time can never be appreciated. With India being the largest market for TikTok, an impression was being created that Indians have a lot of spare time. Surely, the people consuming the content from the app were not gaining anything out of it besides petty entertainment. And, since people were watching it large numbers, some brands and businesses were also involved in marketing themselves there.

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While others Fire, Amazon Hires!
Economy

While others Fire, Amazon Hires!

Great leaders and thinkers have a trait that defines them. When others see a crisis, they see an opportunity. It is this important trait that makes them successful. It’s not possible that each time the opportunity knocks your door and you grab it. Many times you have to create it. And, it looks like Amazon India has learned this. You compare them with other e-commerce companies in India and you’ll see that Amazon India is not just any other e-commerce company, it’s in a different league.

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