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Digital Economy Budget Update 2024

Interim Budget 2024 showcases govt’s intent to foster self-sufficiency, growth across sectors

By Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya

The full budget will come post-election, in July, when the new government is formed, but the interim budget has provided direction for the nation’s aspirations. It is now in the country’s interest to explore how to achieve growth.

Trade Remedies China's dumping

China’s dumping of Isopropyl Alcohol can disrupt the resilience of India’s pharma supply chain

By Manoj Dinne

To make the country Atma Nirbhar in the IPA sector, anti-dumping duty must be implemented. A country like India, which is often regarded as the pharma capital of the world, can’t afford to have weak supply chain resilience.

Newsletter Monthly Newsletter Jan’23

C-DEP Newsletter Jan’24 Issue

By C-DEP Team

We’ve embarked on a journey to bring you ‘Policy of the Month,’ a newsletter that delves into the latest and most impactful policy developments in… Continue reading C-DEP Newsletter Jan’24 Issue

Telecom internet for Large Traffic Generators

Funding structure of internet for Large Traffic Generators: Lessons for India from the Korean model

By Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya

We have already seen one of the three key telecom players, Vodafone-Idea, faltering with tremendous debt and the inability to roll out 5G. If we do not have a financially healthy telecom sector, it would be a threat to the growth of India itself.

Artificial Intelligence AI Will Become All-Pervasive

When AI Will Become All-Pervasive

By Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya

Clearly 2023 is the watershed year for AI; 2024 will be a hockey curve growth in AI adoption across everything imaginable.

startup-atamnirbhar Jute - Atmanirbhar solution

Plastic packaging threatens the Right to Life: Jute emerges as a viable Atmanirbhar solution

By Dr. R. K. Mitra & Siddharth Subudhi

We need to see the re-emergence of jute as a packaging alternative. Jute has been used in India for several milleniums, and even today India continues to dominate global jute production.

Digital Economy Hindenburg report, OCCRP and Canadian terrorist Pannun: A plot against Indian economy

Hindenburg Report, OCCRP and Canadian Terrorist Pannun: A Plot Against Indian Economy

By Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya

The Supreme court threw out the petition for further investigation of the Adani group by a Special Investigation Team, based on the George Soros backed… Continue reading Hindenburg Report, OCCRP and Canadian Terrorist Pannun: A Plot Against Indian Economy

Media Coverage Supreme Court Backing SEBI Clean Chit To Adani

Opinion: Impact Of Supreme Court Backing SEBI Clean Chit To Adani

By C-DEP Team

In a major relief to the Adani Group, the Supreme Court bench led by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud today directed the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to complete its investigations into the two (out of 24) pending cases per law.

Newsletter Monthly Newsletter Dec’23

C-DEP Newsletter Dec’23 Issue

By C-DEP Team

We’ve embarked on a journey to bring you ‘Policy of the Month,’ a newsletter that delves into the latest and most impactful policy developments in… Continue reading C-DEP Newsletter Dec’23 Issue

Telecom Telecom Conundrum: Roadmap for telecom networks to avoid the quagmire of Kalidasa effect

Telecom Conundrum: Roadmap for Telecom Networks to Avoid the Quagmire of Kalidasa Effect

By Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya

Large corporate LTGs with multi-billion dollar turnovers, and with many of them being based outside of India, do not require any regulatory protection and should play by free and open market rules, in a manner similar to what TV channels used to do in the cable TV era.

Telecom

Telecom Conundrum: Roadmap for telecom networks to avoid the quagmire of Kalidasa effect

By Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya

Large corporate LTGs with multi-billion dollar turnovers, and with many of them being based outside of India, do not require any regulatory protection and should play by free and open market rules, in a manner similar to what TV channels used to do in the cable TV era.

Article,Artificial Intelligence Deepfake

Sharenting a Bigger Threat Than Deepfakes, but Cybercrimes Legislation in India Evolving: Experts

By Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya

After ransomware attacks on companies and deepfakes, children’s online identities shared excessively without their consent poses a threat to their privacy.