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In an open economy, the RBI can do little to check inflation. Its continuous rate hikes have proved counterproductive.

Tags: subsidies, price regulations, monetary policy, inflation, globalization, economic growth, credit market

Post-Fukushima, India's nuclear programme continues as planned. Safety measures and transparent processes are being adopted. An independent nuclear regulator has been proposed. But the programme is likely to face more complex issues in future.

Tags: subsidies, price regulations, monetary policy, inflation, globalization, economic growth, credit marketnuclear safety, nuclear energy, India Agenda Energy, Fukushima, atomic energy

India can counter China's export restrictions on strategic metals by strengthening ties with resource-rich nations.The global metals market is characterised by various dynamics that may affect security of supply of these materials to India. One of the factors with serious security implications for India is the proliferation of trade-distorting...

Tags: subsidies, price regulations, monetary policy, inflation, globalization, economic growth, credit marketnuclear safety, nuclear energy, India Agenda Energy, Fukushima, atomic energymetal trade, metal policy, China metal export

We need a new strategy and approach by which the country achieves high rates of economic growth while using our natural resources efficiently and on a sustainable basis.

Tags: subsidies, price regulations, monetary policy, inflation, globalization, economic growth, credit marketnuclear safety, nuclear energy, India Agenda Energy, Fukushima, atomic energymetal trade, metal policy, China metal exportnatural resources, Illegal mining, fossil fuels, business responsibility

A harmony between development and environmental protection is imperative. Civil society groups and citizens at large need to work towards an environmental roadmap for the future.

Tags: subsidies, price regulations, monetary policy, inflation, globalization, economic growth, credit marketnuclear safety, nuclear energy, India Agenda Energy, Fukushima, atomic energymetal trade, metal policy, China metal exportnatural resources, Illegal mining, fossil fuels, business responsibilityenergy security, GRIHA, hydro projects, infrastructure, energy efficiency

TERI's Smart Mini-Grid system, the first of its kind, shows the way in power generation from renewable resources and intelligent distribution of load through smarter controls.

Tags: subsidies, price regulations, monetary policy, inflation, globalization, economic growth, credit marketnuclear safety, nuclear energy, India Agenda Energy, Fukushima, atomic energymetal trade, metal policy, China metal exportnatural resources, Illegal mining, fossil fuels, business responsibilityenergy security, GRIHA, hydro projects, infrastructure, energy efficiencysmart mini grid, renewable energy, micro-grid, electricity distribution, distributed generation

Over a century and a half after the invention of electricity, billions are still waiting for the power grid to reach their village. Solar lanterns, under the Lighting a Billion Lives campaign, are spreading the light and changing lives in these remote areas.

Tags: subsidies, price regulations, monetary policy, inflation, globalization, economic growth, credit marketnuclear safety, nuclear energy, India Agenda Energy, Fukushima, atomic energymetal trade, metal policy, China metal exportnatural resources, Illegal mining, fossil fuels, business responsibilityenergy security, GRIHA, hydro projects, infrastructure, energy efficiencysmart mini grid, renewable energy, micro-grid, electricity distribution, distributed generationSolar lantern, rural electrification, Millennium Development Goals, Lighting a Billion Lives, energy access