It may be quieter now but the fires that burned France for the past few days have been simmering for years. It is a dangerous situation, one that can explode anytime.
On February 9, 2023, the Geological Survey of India struck gold in the foothills of the Himalayas in the form of 5.9 million tonnes of lithium reserves in the Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir. This discovery comes at a crucial time as the world is moving toward more sustainable energy, and lithium-ion batteries are integral as they power phones, laptops and, most importantly, automobiles.
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the ‘development delusions’ being created by the ruling party against the backdrop of firstly on freebies that are being doled out, particularly by the ruling party, secondly growing ecosystem of alleged corruption indulged mainly by the ruling party members and thirdly unleashing terror politics, a form of fascism, at the behest of the same ruling party. What’s more, is communalization of politics being a potentially strong source for delusions to deepen.
It is not unusual for construction workers excavating sites to stumble on ruins or even dinosaur fossils in certain parts of the world. In India, excavation of construction sites is likely to throw up the bones of infrastructure companies and non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) that financed them, which were nearly driven to extinction during the pandemic.
India’s Production Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme, launched in 2020 with high expectations, aimed to provide a subsidy of Rs 1.9 lakh crore over six years. However, as of March 2023, only Rs 3,400 crore in claims have been received and Rs 2,900 crore disbursed. The scheme had, therefore, experienced a significant shortfall.
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