Revenue sharing by the Centre with the states will stay a thorny problem.
The presence of Chinese businesses in India will remain a ticklish matter. Uddalok Bhattachrya sums up
Despite getting half the Centre’s gross revenues in the first quarter of 2020-21, the states are understandably wary. A K Bhattacharya explains
The curious case of Jack Ma’s India plans despite his initial bullishness: His firm Alibaba is present in the country only as an investor rather than being a strategic player, and virtually absent from the anti-Chinese narrative. Nivedita Mookerji gives the perspective
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