Indian Migrant Remittance Statistics
Working abroad for money for Indians is lucrative and commonplace...
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Working abroad for money for Indians is both lucrative and commonplace. It is not surprising that the statistics of remittance of foreign income sets India apart as a clear leader worldwide. With the devaluation of the rupee and the sheer volume of migrant Indians, these stats are unlikely to change anytime soon.
Are Indian political parties really that committed to squashing corruption in India? The statistics about Indian party officials suggest otherwise. This article takes a brief look at what needs to be done in order to progress the anti-corruption agenda in India.
Rahul Gandhi has maintained a relatively low profile in Indian politics and currently holds little street cred, other than that offered by his dynastic heir status. Can he really turn things around for Congress as Vice President or will he remain a non-starter in the political minefield that is Congress?
The death of a 23 year old Singaporean girl in Delhi following her gang rape on a bus has led to mass protests across India. Demonstrators and women’s rights groups are calling for tougher laws against rape and abuse and the possible death penalty for those guilty in this incident.
The Olympics, Commonwealth Games, FIFA World Cup and other mega-sports events consume a significant amount of national resources – both human and financial. What are the legacies of such events and do they merit the investment made?
Where is Freedom of Expression heading in India? We may not be as far off from becoming China as one might think.
B24 – India’s digital newspaper, online news content aggregator and the source of insightful columns, political analysis and more, launches with an introductory article about digital newspapers This post explores the future of traditional media in the face of a proliferation of digital devices like smartphones, eReaders and tablets. The future looks bleak – but not necessarily so for markets like India.