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Food start-ups in India are tapping niche markets to create a strong identity.


As company strategies are evolving fast in sync with a fast-paced economy, new-age boards need to evaluate these for effectiveness and governance issues.

Private labels or store brands are gaining momentum, but small players will face fierce competition from national companies.

The state of agriculture and a slowly shrinking balance of payments may hinder India's growth story.

India was ranked fifth in power generation capacity. In electricity production, the country is the third in the world.

Companies that use technology to improve farm production and distribution are attracting investor interest.

India's conventional power sector is gaining from rise in demand, but a host of issues, especially financial health of discoms, remain a cause for concern.

The dip in crude oil prices will ease the pressure on inflation and current account deficit.

A long-term and unambiguous policy framework will usher in more confidence and better investment inflow.


A slowdown is in the pipeline and a weaker fiscal profile does not augur well as India faces speed bumps at home and abroad.

Farm distress resolution, facilitating jobs and focus on fiscal prudence should be the government's priorities.

The focus should be on reform as the biggest stress remains in agriculture, power and banking.

The GVK Group is taking a host of debt reduction measures even as it tries to look at growth options in the airports business.

The country is getting bolder on renewables, but traditional resources also need an aggressive relook to ensure energy independence.

India has made big strides in renewable energy in the last few years, but challenges are mounting as well.

Harnessing 300 GW of wind energy potential requires big measures, but the outcome will rewrite India's Renewable Energy playbook.