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ARTICLES INVITED Articles are invited for the January-March 2024, volume 26, Issue 102, Please choose your themes and submit your articles. 1. Masala Bonds:  suitability for securing funds for development purposes by the Government of India. 2. Green Bonds and sustainable finance. 3. Upskilling : Process and Progress. 4. Green Fuel Vehicles: Coexistence of technologies like NEVs and ICE to continue. 5. Stopping Global Food wastage: A massive challenge. 6. Increase in Pollution in cities: a matter of great concern. 7. A  Neutral Geo-political Stance will bring more and more FDI in India. 8. Assemblies and General Elections : Manifold opportunities for the youth 9. The  Extension of Free Food Scheme for another 5 years by the GOI will strain finances. 10. Illegal betting and gambling apps. 11 . The Green Economy: Contributing millions of jobs in the country Articles may be mailed to us at  by 15 January 2024. First come first served. The processing charg
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  OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2023 ISSUE India's Stock market index SENSEX rose 489 points or 0.77% on 2 November 2023 after overnight dovish comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell announcing a pause of the current cycle of rate hardening which lifted risk assets in emerging markets. Domestic high-frequency data including aggregated good second-quarter July-September earnings and tax buoyancy lifted the Sensex. These developments and the coming festivities in the month of November will further help the industry and business perform better. Economic Challenger's latest issue reflects this mood by having a look at the wide-ranging research topics being covered by it. Thanks to researchers and authors.
Middle East on the BOIL: A call for a peaceful resolve   The terror attacks by Hamas on 7th October in Israel were not justified because the terrorists killed innocent civilians. Thereafter, the Israeli regime has repeatedly attacked Palestinian civilians in order to protect its sovereignty. Israel's bombing of Gaza should not be a non-stop affair. Iran, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, the USA, Russia, China, and India can play a fruitful role in solving the tangle and stopping the situation from bursting into a Third World War. All terrorist groups like Hamas, Hizbullah, and Houthi must be persuaded not to carry out their activities in the area. At the end of the crisis, Israel must resettle all refugees back to their original place in Gazapatti. However, Israel's aim is only to eliminate Terrorist Hamas, and it does not intend to take control of Gaza. India has full sympathy for the suffering of Gaza civilians and will keep sending relief materials there. 
  Articles are invited for October-December 2023, Volume 26, Issue 101. Please choose your themes and submit them: 1. The Deep-tech Startup Policy in Sectors. 2. Prospects of semiconductor design and component manufacturing in India. 3. Steps to encourage processing and refining critical minerals for achieving net-zero goals. 4. Factors causing a rise in world food prices and inflation. 5. Allowing the exploration of all 12 atomic minerals including helium to the private sector. 6. Impact of the Personal Data Protection Bill 2023. 7. GST on Online Gaming Industry Articles may be mailed to us at by 15 October 2023. First come first served. The processing charge will be as per the rules.   Authors are invited to submit their original research papers, case studies, reviews, and work in progress, within the broad scope of these themes. Foreign authors may send their articles on any other theme important in the context of their country's economy or relevan


                              ARTICLES INVITED FOR OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2023 ISSUE Articles are invited for October-December 2023, Volume 25, Issue 101.  Please choose your themes from  the following and submit them: 1. The Centre floats Deep-tech Startup Policy having 10 sub-sectors in deep-tech eco-system in areas like 3-D printing, semiconductors, enterprise software, AI, IoT, robotics, and security solutions. Will it add value to the existing Startup India policies? 2. Prospects of semiconductor design and component manufacturing in India. 3. Steps to encourage processing and refining of critical minerals used in lithium-ion batteries aimed at promoting electric vehicles and meeting net-zero goals. 4. Capital investment push should be followed by consumption-driven capacity expansion otherwise the demand will remain weak due to persistent inflation. 5. The government has allowed the private sector to explore all 12 atomic minerals including helium. 6. Normal Monsoon is not enough, the


 JULY- SEPTEMBER 2023  ISSUE Economic Challenger has brought out its latest issue highlighting various research topics in multiple fields. Its contents are on the board for your analysis and comments.