Blog by Niti Manthan
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On 1st February, 2021, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the first ever digital Budget in Lok Sabha. This year’s budget is unique as it has been introduced in the midst of the COVID pandemic. This article serves as a ready-reckoner of the measures introduced for the forthcoming fiscal year.
December 12 every year is Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Day. The tradition traces back to 2012 when the United Nations General Assembly unanimously embraced a resolution encouraging nations to quicken progress towards Universal Health Coverage– the possibility that everybody ought to get the wellbeing services they require, and that families who get needed services ought not endure excessive financial hardship all the while. Through this article the author is trying to delve more into this concept, it’s need and impact on nations having it or pursuing towards it.
Cryptocurrency started to be used in many countries as soon as its system became widespread. Countries have begun to create their own cryptocurrencies as well. Along with this increase in the dimensions of cryptocurrencies across the world, some regulatory needs have arisen. Many countries have been regulating their legal and economic infrastructures to cover cryptocurrencies, and many others have been on a quest to do so. The use of virtual currency has become widespread in many different systems in recent years. This article investigates the user's expectations of the future of cryptocurrency.
Predatory pricing can be defined as a pricing strategy where the prices of goods and the services are fixed at such low level that it becomes almost impossible for the other firms to compete in the existing market and are thus forced to go out of the race. This article lays down a brief introduction of the predatory pricing and the provided legal remedies.
With the aim to boost economy amid the lockdown due to emergence of COVID-19, several state governments have decided to suspend most of the labour laws in their respective state via ordinance. This has been done with an aim to give curb the effects of lockdown on Indian economy and provide employers with more flexibility to run their factories. This might give a much needed boost to the economy and benefit the employers but these have raised few concerns regarding the safety and Security.
The coronavirus pandemic is creating a two-headed problem for governments. Economic policymakers are being forced to perform a delicate balancing act. As with all balancing acts, failure to achieve and maintain can produce dire consequences.
In today’s era, with the expansion of financial banking opportunities to both urban and rural areas by Co-operative Banks, there has been a positive development of the economy. Co-operative Banks along with the aid and guidance of the SARFAESI Act, 2002 has paved a great way for the rapid growth and development of the Indian economy. Thus this paper aims to throw light on the role and importance of Co-operative Banks and SARFAESI Act, 2002 in the Indian economy.
The article discusses the various changes brought in by the RBI in the monetary policy of the country to ensure stability and liquidity in the wake of coronavirus. It also emphasizes on the probable impact of such changes.