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India currently consumes 8.50 million tonnes of paper; this is expected to go up to 10 million tonnes by 2010 and 15 million tonnes by 2015, a growth driven by increased spending on education, higher literacy levels, improved standards of living, an expanding retail sector and increase in packaging and advertise-ment expenditure. Paper manufacturing is, however, a very capital-intensive...
There are five major factors which affect stock prices or the price of anything that is determined by free-market forces. These are: economic, monetary, fundamental, technical and psychological. There is lots of research (and books) available on the first four factors but the most important and, I would say, the deciding factor is the fifth one, viz., the psychological factor. Relatively...
Dr Nita Mukherjee describes an all-India effort in engaging with development workers
The National Foundation for India (NFI) is an autonomous, professionally managed trust working for disadvantaged communities. It was set up in 1992 by a group of eminent citizens led by late C Subramaniam (former finance minister) and Dr MS Swaminathan. The board of trustees comprises equally distinguished...