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Nikhil Dua

BITS alumnus, Market research analyst at Credit Suisse

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Nikhil Dua agreed with a discussionDec, 10 2016

Will or Won’t the Trans-Pacific Partnership Protect the Wildlife?

On the first Monday in October, the United States and 11 other Pacific Rim countries announced they’d reached an agreement on a sweeping free-trade deal that’s been in the works since President Barack Obama’s first term. On Thursday, the final text became public. The Trans-Pacific Partnership’s goal is to make trade among these countries easier. But there’s one type of trade the countries are expected to restrict: the illegal wildlife trade. The Obama Administration is using these wildlife and environmental provisions as a selling point to try to boost Americans’ support for the agreement.
On the first Monday in October, the United States and 11 other Pacific Rim countries announced they’d reached an agreement on a sweeping free-trade deal that’s been in the works since President Barack Obama’s first term. On Thursday, the final text became public. The Trans-Pacific Partnership
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 05 2016

80% of 309 exits since 2014 were writedown / acquihires!

Rohit pande had posted

Pro-or anti-govt is both simplistic and artificial. Critical inquiry sees does not see the boundary of govt or nation. We need to be worried if we lose that sense of ques


Nikhil Dua BITS alumnus, Market research analyst at Cred

I agree.

But data simply does not answer all the questions. All problems come with a past and a future and hence we need to have a holistic argument and not jump on conclusions.

1.) Jobs: Startups created a lot of jobs. Govt needs to present the big picture of what is the future.

2.) Coming generation of startups will think about it deeply.

3.) Freshdesk, Zoho, Postman: Tech + Revenue driven. FK, Ola, Oyo, Snapdeal: For creating industries and a lot of jobs.

I agree. But data simply does not answer all the questions. All problems come with a past and a future and hence we need to have a holistic argument and not jump on conclusions.1.) Jobs: Startups created a lot of jobs. Govt needs to present the big picture of what is the future.2.) Coming generation

Nikhil Dua posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 04 2016

Forced demonetization, when people, opposition and everyone is opposing. Is this how a nation with dictator feels like?

If you were prosecuted for writing this, then that was dictatorship. You are taking your privileges and freedom too much for granted.
Nikhil Dua agreed with an opinion onNov, 29 2016

Are great leaders great polarizers or is it that great polarizers have the best shot at leadership ?

Rohit pande had posted

Polarization is formation of extreme clusters on either side who see no reason, no logic and have no issue based divergences. The point of this particular thread remains,



Nikhil Dua agreed with an opinion onNov, 24 2016

AMA with Alok Mittal

Nikhil Dua had posted

How do you see fintech coming up in near future?



Nikhil Dua posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 24 2016

Could the knock on RBIs credibility impair their capability to protect the Rupee

If it was to perform independently then Raghuram Rajan would have been there.

Rupee fall though is temporary, it has to rise.

Nikhil Dua disagreed with an opinion onNov, 24 2016

In this age of surgical strikes, now one on deposit rates of banks.

Rohit pande had posted

Restrictions may well continue after 50 days also as money would get sucked out otherwise.As for Mr Modi's intentions, I do not think that is an issue under the purview o



Nikhil Dua agreed with a discussionNov, 24 2016

Whats the primary driver that would transform India to a corruption free society ?

As we step out from the old towards the new, what would be the catalyst for this internal and external transformation


1. Fear of the great leader and the tight systems to be defined under his watchful eye

2. The spirit of nationalism to contribute towards nation building. Make India great again.

3. The abundance of low cost capital and jobs thus no incentive, the land of plenty

4. The inconvenience of hoarding ill gotten wealth in cash, gold or real estate forcing people to focus on yoga and their spiritual development.

As we step out from the old towards the new, what would be the catalyst for this internal and external transformation1. Fear of the great leader and the tight systems to be defined under his watchful eye2. The spirit of nationalism to contribute towards nation building. Make India great again.3. The
Nikhil Dua posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 23 2016

SoftBank invests $5 million in Housing: Has SoftBank learnt nothing!

Its important to understand that housing cannot let all of its investment die till they create any success. So they are trying to postpone the reality and push for something real in between.
Nikhil Dua started a new discussionNov, 23 2016

Can't we just give it to modi govt for such a bold move without taking help of any other nation, and not keep crying on faulty implementation.

'This Is Not What We Suggested', Says Anil Bokil, The Man Credited With The Idea Of Demonetisation

When have we done such a huge scale operation in history of India. There might be faults, some rich might have escaped this.

But don't we see that this is going to change things forever and history will be indebted to this bold move.

When will we Indians stop crying sitting on our couch on everything.

'This Is Not What We Suggested', Says Anil Bokil, The Man Credited With The Idea Of Demonetisation When have we done such a huge scale operation in history of India. There might be faults, some rich might have escaped this.But don't we see that this is going to change things forever and history will
Nikhil Dua posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 23 2016

Which conspicuous consumption of the rich is likely to go down with Demonetization ?

all. but 4 will hit the most
Nikhil Dua agreed with an opinion onNov, 17 2016

If a secret ballot is held in Lok Sabha on the demonetization issue ?

Rohit pande had posted

Good point. It would have been a windfall then for them.And to add to that, if one can still use one's good offices to get conversion for people on the other end of the p



Nikhil Dua started a new discussionNov, 17 2016

Just for fun

I know this is a platform for serious discussions, but this is just for fun


Nikhil Dua posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 17 2016

Does it make sense to marry to withdraw 250,000 from the bank ?

Printing cards and getting away with 2.5 l of black money, Is it this simple?
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Nov, 17 2016

Has opposition trivialised the issue by focussing on inconvenience?

Piyush Swami had posted

Well, more than inconvenience, utility is the issue in this particular case. Elaborating on the point, every action that any government takes has and should have large ut


Nikhil Dua BITS alumnus, Market research analyst at Cred

There are loop holes, here and there but the larger goal will be met. arpound 30% of hoarded money will enter the system which will be taxed and fined hence govt will accumulate money for development.

Also can you explain what is Mandir Hundis?


A person you follow posted a new opinion on Nov, 17 2016

In Baniya vs flipakart/ Amazon, which side are we on ?

Rohit pande had posted

In what way is flipkart building something new and innovative. Or did you mean COD as an innovation


Nikhil Dua BITS alumnus, Market research analyst at Cred

I believe that in real life innovation is as much in "How you do stuff" than "what stuff you do" (Paul Graham - Ideas are nothing, Execution is everything … )

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