‘Many believe constant claims by opposition parties and leftists journals that our economy is dominated by two-Modi friendly conglomerates. Rubbish. A research paper by Neelkanth Mishra of Credit Suisse reveals India has spawned 100 “unicorns”― unlisted new companies worth over a billion dollars each. Never before has India witnessed such a broad-based upsurge of massive new businesses unconnected with old wealth, political connections or dirty deals with public sector banks.’ This is what Swaminathan S Anklesharia Aiyar writes in his article in Times of India[14-3-2020].Yet this is not all. News is also there that the 5000 plants for bio-CNG made from crop-residue [to be locally called parali] will be installed in the country. This was announced by Nitin Gadkari on the occasion of launching the country’s first bio-CNG tractor manufactured by two start-up companies. Parali will now no longer be the menace, but a source of income for the farmers. Moreover, the cost of running the bio-CNG tractor for the farmer will get reduced by half as also. Such steps are enough to bolster the notion that the present government is as much crony of farmers and common man as it is to that of Ambani and Adani, regarding whom there are indiscriminate hue and cry by the critics.They [critics] are needed to learn that there are more business houses that have their contribution to the economic progress of the country. 81% of components of Lithium-ion battery required for the electric vehicles are available at the local level. Government is all set to soon achieve the international standard in battery manufacturing. So that the far lying regions too may not face scarcity of battery, Hero-electric has made plans to speed up the building of logistic centres in entire eastern and north-eastern parts of the country, including Patna. Moreover, in establishing the battery-charging centre, Gulf oil lubricants of Hinduja group has done all the preparation for the investment. There is no dearth of encouraging reports in the business- world; there may be political compulsion to be heedless to them is another matter. It must be noted that India’s four companies recently to have proudly made their slots among the world’s top ten IT service firms are TCS, Infosys, HCL and Wipro. The deal for building the 83 Tejas fighter planes under Make-in-India is termed as the biggest one so far, the total amount of which is going to be 48000 crores.Rahul Gandhi should refrain from disparaging the business houses, more because when his own brother-in-law, Robert Vadra, is himself a businessman—and one of what kind that needs no mention. Adani group recently acquired Dighi port in Maharashtra in 705 crore rupees, and the same group is going to build a 9700-megawatt solar hybrid and wind energy park in Rajasthan. Thus, while Congress is a coalition partner in one state; in another, runs the government of the full majority. Should this be inferred that in his own government, Rahul is not taken seriously?Though, Rahul is no different either. Today he opposes the reforms in Agriculture laws, while his own party man, Shashi Tharoor, has long back come out in support of them in his typical style, saying -‘It seems we waste more wheat every year to storage and distribution losses than Australia grows! The real need for the private sector is to move into grain storage.’
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A Cheshire solicitor has launched a website giving legal advice over the internet to members of the public, who can decide how much they want to pay for it. The site, www.expert-answers.co.uk, was created by property partner James Mather at Ellesmere Port firm Berkson Wallace. The website uses a panel of 30 legally qualified advisers including barristers, solicitors and legal executives, who can answer questions on any area of law. A user submits a question and states the price they are willing to pay for the answer. The question is sent to the panel members, and the first one able to respond sends the answer to a secure and confidential area on the website that can be accessed by the questioner. The price paid for advice ranges from £10 to a maximum of £150. Half the fee goes to the adviser, and the other 50% is retained by the site. Mather said: ‘With legal aid disappearing and citizens advice bureaux closing, it is becoming harder to get legal advice. Expert Answers bridges the gap between those who are eligible for legal aid and those who can afford to pay high street prices for legal advice.’ He added: ‘We don’t aim to take work away from solicitors, but to take the work they aren’t interested in.’