Month: June 2020

India’s App Economy- A Socio-economic Analysis​

Reading Time: 4 minutes India’s App Economy- A Socio-economic Analysis By Isha Pande App economy refers to the gamut of economic activity involving and encompassing mobile applications. Mobile and internet applications have led to a revolution in the way business is conducted. The sale of these apps, advertisement revenue or promotion generated by free apps, and the devices on …

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The Future of Cryptocurrencies in India

Reading Time: 5 minutes The Future of Cryptocurrencies in India By Pratiksha Biswal Cryptocurrencies are digital currencies which use multiple encryption techniques in order to regulate the generation of currency units and also to verify the transfer of funds. They operate independently without the need of a central bank. In the year 2009, with the introduction of Bitcoin, cryptocurrency …

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China’s Panda Diplomacy: Cute, But Ineffective

Reading Time: 20 minutes CHINA’S PANDA DIPLOMACY: CUTE, BUT INEFFECTIVE By Vinayak Kamal Ghosh ABSTRACT This paper studies the unique form of diplomacy practised by China which involves the use pandas and not only humans as ambassadors. This form of diplomacy which involves the Chinese governments’ use of an endangered species as a tool to pursue its international interests …

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Psychoactive Substances – A Rising Counterrevolution Against Drug Laws

Reading Time: 6 minutes Psychoactive Substances – A Rising Counterrevolution Against Drug Laws By Ratnabh Mukerjei In an enlightened society, there are pivotal transformations on our views regarding certain prevalent accepted truths. In the 1960’s, for instance, it was quite normal for adults and teens to be smoking, and being proud of it. Cigarettes were a step ahead of …

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Need for sleep not speed – The economic cost of sleep deprivation

Reading Time: 5 minutes Need for sleep not speed – The economic cost of sleep deprivation By Uma Parasuram “Money never sleeps” they say, but humans do! When life gets stressful and work piles on, the first thing we do is sacrifice our sleep. With the advent of technology and 24/7 electric supply, our days have become longer and …

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COVID 19: Current State of Indian Economy and Evaluation of the Economic Measures​

Reading Time: 5 minutes COVID 19: Current State of Indian Economy and Evaluation of the Economic Measures By Rishabh Mukerjee Current State of Indian EconomyAs per International Monetary Fund (IMF), the world is likely to experience the worst recession by 3% since 1930s. The global economy will suffer the worst financial crisis as the globe is grappling with COVID …

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Harley Davidson’s Marketing Strategy: Riding on the Highway of Success​

Reading Time: 4 minutes Harley Davidson’s Marketing Strategy: Riding on the Highway of Success By Paritosh Joshi From its humble beginning in 1903 today Harley Davidson has become one of the most popular and successful motorcycle brands in history. With being a highly decorated service motorcycle in the World Wars, Harley has made a name for itself like no …

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NBA’s Collective Bargaining Agreement – Beneficial or Not?

Reading Time: 4 minutes NBA’s Collective Bargaining Agreement – Beneficial or Not? By Riten Dhawan Larry Bird, one of the greatest players in basketball history, throughout his illustrious career, accumulated career earnings in the sum of $24 Million. Markelle Fultz, entering his third season having played a total of 33 games, has already earned over $25 Million. Bird played …

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