The Swadeshi Movement and its latest avatar ‘Make In India’ shouldn’t be tied to any political party. It is a much bigger movement that can help steer India to its superpower status.
We have put together a progress card of sorts to highlight the various ways (big and small) in which India is moving ahead with the Boycott China movement.
The Boycott China movement is gaining ground across India. But the celebrities we revere are giving no signs of disengaging with Chinese brands and money.
China is deeply rooted in the Indian economy with billions of dollars invested in startups. We explore the causes and consequences of the Chinese influence in India’s economy.
Not just for economists and bureaucrats, but helping India become a Current Account Balance surplus economy should be the highest priority for each one of us.
We dissect a recent article about Xiaomi, to reveal its intentions as a Chinese brand masquerading as an Indian company.
Government e-Marketplace (GeM) has made it mandatory for sellers to declare the Country of Origin of all products on the portal.
How the lack of guidelines and enforcement ensured that most ‘Made in India’ products are not really made in India.
To compete with Chinese smartphone brands, Indian manufacturers need hard work and some really radical ideas.
In 2002 and in 2020 during two disease outbreaks, China has proven to the world that it will not do anything to become a responsible global power.