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Category Archives: Economics

When a country produces products in surplus of what is required to meet the domestic consumption, then the country can choose to trade the surplus… Read More
Agri-tourism may be described as the convergence of tourism and agriculture. Agri-tourism is a type of commercial operation. It combines agricultural production and/or processing with tourism… Read More
The currencies are exchanged and converted based on the exchange rates to carry out an easy foreign trade among different nations. In India, RBI has… Read More
The job crisis in India has been a crucial factor for economic development because more employment contributes to economic growth by providing goods and services… Read More
As the population is rising every second, the demand for food increases. But according to recent reports, there is not enough vegetarian food available to… Read More
The Government of India is making consistent efforts toward the betterment of the medical healthcare system in India, and the Ministry of AYUSH has played… Read More
One of the most potent and influencing sources of information to which individuals are exposed is the media. Due to our increased interest in new… Read More
The Atal Community Innovation Centers (ACIC) are designed to provide support for the country’s neglected and un-served regions in terms of the start-up and innovation… Read More
In the month of November 2021, Indian Railways began operating the theme based Bharat Gaurav Train. Through Bharat Gaurav Trains, this subject seeks to highlight… Read More
Idea of Reserve Bank of India (RBI): The RBI is a crucial national institution and the foundation of the booming Indian economy. It belongs to… Read More
What is Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act? Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) was introduced by the Government of India in… Read More
India has always been a rich cultural and historical heritage country, officially called the Republic of India. It’s in South Asia and is the seventh-largest… Read More
The Prevention of Money Laundering Act 2002 (PMLA) was enacted by the Parliament of India to prevent money laundering and confiscate property acquired from money… Read More
Investors usually invest in various thematic bonds to earn decent interest on their capital investment, but in such thematic bonds, there is always a risk… Read More
Emergency never comes with a prior invitation and doesn’t even let many nations prepare for it. Any nation can suffer substantial economic losses for many… Read More

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