Unless the Modi government comes up with some out-of-the-box solution, the demand for recapitalization could derail its fiscal plans for the year.
While the pandemic context cannot be ignored, it would be a mistake to view this year's budget solely through a COVID-19 lens.
With China’s near-permanent presence in the Indian Ocean likely in this decade, and the growing rivalry with America, India has no choice but to proactively try to shape the future of the Indian Ocean in its favor.
How unregulated lending apps preyed on the financial uncertainty of Indians, and what can be done to protect borrowers in the future.
A historical lens demonstrates the often ignored relationship between data and hardware. A policy kit to equitably distribute the benefits of an increasingly data-fied society must include support for open hardware principles.
This Clingendael Report aims to contribute to a reorientation of the EU in the broad field of economic security, in the transatlantic context and with Japan, India and Australia.
The Communist Party is putting ideological battles first.
From a laissez-faire approach, the State is turning to regulation. This is understandable, but has its risks.
Celebrity WhatsApp texts have been flashed on TV ever since the Sushant Singh Rajput case took over news. Govts do not need backdoor access to it.
The CSCAP Regional Security Outlook brings together expert analysis on critical security issues facing the region and points to policy-relevant alternatives to advance multilateral regional security cooperation. Vijay Gokhale writes on India and the Indo-Pacific on page 20 of this volume.
India faces a host of biological risk factors. Drawing lessons from the coronavirus pandemic and prior biological disasters, India’s government should pursue new safety protocols and develop new institutions to manage future biological risk.
We need to carefully consider how the DPA can effectively operationalise different aspects of its mandate with the least amount of state capacity.
To expect the RBI to effectively monitor multiple aspects of the banks and other regulated entities is a tall order.
More urgently than before, India needs to consider what exactly it wants out of the fast-changing geopolitics around technology and what its role in the international digital landscape should be.
The skirmishes between China and India along their contested border do not occur within a bubble. Beijing’s military action will have a damaging ripple effect on economic ties between the two Asian giants.
Any discussion on personal data access in India necessarily requires a reiteration of the Supreme Court's Puttaswamy verdict, which declared privacy a fundamental right.
Corporate entry can help with the resolution of failed banks and the creation of more banks. But it can also create other problems.
If China has given up on multipolarity because it is seeking its unipolar dream, it is up to India and the EU – including Germany – to work in ways that ensure that the world remains multipolar.
Access to cross-border data is an integral piece of the law enforcement puzzle. India is well placed to lead the discussions on international data agreements subject to undertaking necessary surveillance reforms.
Biotechnology has unlocked vast potential for improving human life, but the risks it poses mean that multilateral safeguards are due for an update.