A construction employee in rural Karnataka evidently outperformed Usain Bolt’s a hundred m history. Pranjul Bhandari shows here how this (contested) achievement might hold classes for better growth in India. In other impression, writers take a look at how to reform GST, the corporate sector’s apolitical stance, Sebi’s new procedures for expenditure advisors and the draft pesticides Monthly bill. Kanika Datta sums up the views.
The rushed implementation of the Merchandise and Providers Tax has been a critical explanation for the slowdown in financial growth. Naushad Forbes clarifies how we should simplify, reduced and make GST comprehensive to fulfil its guarantee. Browse it here
My column shows how the unprecedented political mobilisation of culture is forcing firms out of their default apolitical stance.
The leading edit clarifies why the stockmarket regulator’s constraints on expenditure advisors might not handle the core problem of mis-marketing. Browse it here