How it is Indians Vs Indians in the race for a green economy
Neeraj Thakur - August 27, 2022
As Narendra Modi promises to make India a developed country in the next 25 years, the transition will depend on how equitable and sustainable it is
Suchetana Ray - August 27, 2022
‘Coal Cannot Be Abruptly Expunged From The Energy System’
India’s transition from coal to renewables is not going to be easy or without consequences. Pramod Agrawal, chairman of state-owned Coal India Limited, weighs in
Kamalika Ghosh - August 27, 2022
‘There Should Be A Package For Coal-Bearing States’
As India looks to cut coal, Chhattisgarh chief minister Bhupesh Baghel shares the concerns of the state, which has the third largest coal reserves, and its plans to deal with the situation
Jeevan Prakash Sharma - August 27, 2022
India’s Maharatnas On ESG Path
A sound environment, social and governance performance of public sector undertakings is not only necessary for business reasons but also for India to achieve its national climate targets
Rajiv Tikoo - June 29, 2022
How Energy Secured Are We?
Ballooning fuel prices, low oil & gas production, GST woes and over estimation of green power. Result: India’s energy security remains a distant dream. Is anyone listening?
Neeraj Thakur - October 31, 2021
So, have you been smoking lately?
Levels have gone down, but India continues to be the top emitter of sulfur dioxide in the world
October 21, 2020
Is the current ‘polarized’ market, the new normal?
In a liquidity fueled environment, the textbook definition of ‘value’ has long ceased to exist
September 30, 2020
Why LIC, the country’s largest insurer may never live up to its potential
Its legacy way of doing things could just see it lose market share to aggressive private insurers
September 08, 2020
This is what the government needs to do to maximize the value of its PSU holdings
Many good PSUs are undervalued because investors are wary about the government's ill-timed selling
Chaitanya Dalmia - September 07, 2020