If the title is not intriguing enough, then this discussion is sure to leave you in amazement and awe because that’s right, Fellow weebs! We have found another one of us among the professors of Gokhale Institute, and it’s none other than our Uday Sinha Sir, who is a Visiting Faculty of Macroeconomics at Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics and is also a member of the Faculty Advisory Board of the 8:10 Newsletter
For the third episode of COFEEECONTALK, we’ve decided to mix economics and anime for you. We’ll be talking about policymaking and the rising trend of manga in Indian society
In this episode, Madhura and Himanshu along with Aishwarya and Jaideep have a chat with Prof. Uday Sinha. He is a Visiting Faculty of Macroeconomics at Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics and is also a member of the Faculty Advisory Board of the 8:10 Newsletter.
Apart from Air India, the flag carrier of India, we also have some other airlines. Basically, the airlines like IndiGo, AirAsia (India), GoFirst, SpiceJet, Vistara and so on are the known carriers which have a vast network of routes throughout the nation. India also has some regional airlines like Star Air, Alliance Air etc which have a fascinating local network of routes. Apart from these civil commercial airlines, we also have the ever-essential cargo airlines like SpiceJet Cargo (known as SpiceXpress), DHL India, Blue Dart Aviation Ltd. and so on operating in India.
Wondered how the products that we see on the shelves in supermarkets reach there? Most of the time, the presence of these products is a sign of well-functioning global supply chains. Global supply chains are networks which may be spread across multiple countries and continents and involve the flow of resources, processes and information which are crucial to the purpose of sourcing and supplying goods and services