Cold chain infrastructure_TPCI
Frost-Free Futures: Navigating India’s Cold Chain Landscape

Given the perishable nature of milk, fruits, vegetables etc., robust cold storage and chain infrastructure is vital to boost production and minimize wastage in India....

Cement industry to witness notable expansion

India's cement industry is about to witness a significant expansion, with projections indicating an addition of 150-160 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) capacity by FY28. This growth will be driven by...

Tamil Nadu logistics policy offers incentives to businesses

The Tamil Nadu government has announced a new policy that focusses on advancing the infrastructure and logistics sector in the state. The policy will facilitate mega projects in logistics sector – e...

National Monetisation Pipeline_TPCI
Is national monetisation of assets essential?

The four-year National Monetisation Pipeline (NMP) worth Rs 6 lakh crore aims to unlock value in brownfield projects by involving the private sector. Asset monetisation needs to be viewed not just as ...

National Logistics Policy
Advancing PM Gati Shakti for a green and inclusive multimodal connectivity

PM Gati Shakti National Master Plan could accelerate an inclusive, digitalised and decarbonised economic transformation of India. As multimodal connectivity ought to improve resilience of domestic sup...

Global economy, COVID vaccine and green shoots of hope

The global economy is showing signs of a revival, yet threats remain. The situation demands greater collaboration between governments, as well as a tightrope balance between curbing public debt and en...

Reorienting SEZs for a self-reliant India

india, IT, manufacturing, China, infrastructure, ease of doing business DTA, export...

Sundaravalli Narayanaswami logistics
Make in India needs a unified transportation policy & top-class logistics network

Prof. Sundaravalli Narayanaswami, IIM Ahmedabad, believes that India needs a national standard for smart and intelligent logistics - developed and commissioned through the state. Furthermore, the coun...

Sunitha-Raju economy TPCI
New normal for Indian economy entails push towards supply chain resilience & digital technology

After the sharp fall in GDP in the first quarter, projections indicate that India's economy is expected to return to positive growth only in 2021-22. While Dr Sunitha Raju, Indian Institute of Foreign...

Aditi Nayar economy
Indian economy may eke out a marginal GDP growth in Q4

Aditi Nayar, Principal Economist, ICRA, cautions that while industrial indicators are recovering post the June quarter when GDP decline was recorded at -23.9%, services sector growth has stalled. She ...

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