In 2018 Oxfam survey reported that the top 1% rich own almost 73% of wealth in India and the 670 million of the poorest Indian saw no more than one percent rise.
In recent years a large section of the rural population has suffered a decrease in earnings. Further the farm sector is always haunted by fall in prices and more recently climate change is affecting a drop in farm earnings.
According to survey conducted by National Statistical Office there is a huge variance in the number of men participating in employement activities in comparision to that of women. Majority section of the women are engaged [Read More]
India’s External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar recently disapproved of free trade and globalisation. Sounding like a politician of the bygone era where the government shielded the domestic industry from competition by putting up protectionist barriers… [Read More]