This is why it would be a catastrophe. Of whatever amount one earns, a portion of it goes into paying the income taxes. So, if the employees younger than 35 won't have to pay this tax, then why would their employer want to keep paying them just as much? Won't they cut down their pay … Continue reading Opinion-16: Why Congress Thinking of No Income Tax For People Younger Than 35 is a Bad Idea.
Yep. No kidding. This is a serious post. Allow me delve into this issue about why large number of students bunk classes in Indian colleges from a perspective that is rarely ever talked about. This is a long post with almost 1400 words. But trust me, it is all going to make sense in the … Continue reading Opinion-13: Liberalization Of 1991 Is The Real Reason Why Many Indian Students Bunk Classes In College
Note: The following post was written in response a Question on Quora which talked about a hypothetical situation in which if incumbent Finance Minister of India was to be replaced with someone, who would you want in their place and why? Dr. Subramanian Swamy. I would surely want Dr. Subramanian Swamy taking charge of the … Continue reading Opinion-8: How Would It Be To Have Subramanian Swamy As Finance Minister of India?
I was absolutely gobsmacked with the launch of Saubhagya Scheme by Prime Minister Modi yesterday. Getting every house electrified by the end of December 2019. That is the premise of Saubhagya Scheme, ultimately culminating into the 24x7 Power for All by 2022 Mission, which was earlier launched by PM Modi. Now, that’s not just grand. … Continue reading Opinion-7: Will Modi Be Able To Deliver A New India By 2022?
Over the past week I have been reading a lot about India’s tobacco economy and found a lot of stuff that must be shared. I would like to thank noted economist Swaminathan Aiyar in advance <for his post on his blog, Swaminomics> for his amazing insight into the matter and giving me a valuablrhead start … Continue reading Tobacco Economy of India