Abishek Nippani To bestow ideological rights and even opportunities upon people without equipping them with the right tools to take on such opportunities is akin to “[Telling] an unprovisioned man lost in the desert that he is free to eat, drink, bathe, read…” Kesavananda Bharti v State of Kerala Amidst the turmoil created by the…
While the gig economy has grown exponentially, with the term ‘gig’ implying flexibility to the workers, they are simultaneously denied crucial social security benefits. In this article, Apoorva Bantula explores the position of gig workers within the Code on Social Security Bill and interprets their vulnerabilities amidst the current pandemic.
The cooperative sector in financial services is seen as an important medium of financial inclusion. However, repeated frauds in this sector have made it necessary to effect changes in how they function.
The various banking crises that have unravelled in the recent times have left us questioning on the efficacy of corporate governance practices in our country. Detailing into the capabilities and weaknesses in the banking governance system, this article by Prutha Pandharkame looks into the role of the regulator in avoiding the banking crises that affect our financial systems.
This is the second article in a two part series covering the development of the telecom sector and challenges associated with it, competitive concerns therein, and ways to strengthen domestic capability.