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 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 relevant from the global perspective



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