e-RUPI’s ambitious promise and cloud over Adani Wilmar’s IPO

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Advait here. I was amused to see the headlines after the launch of e-RUPI, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised will provide “leakage-free” benefits. I beg to differ. e-RUPI may be a good idea. But leakage free? I don’t think so. On the other hand, Adani Wilmar’s public offer doesn’t seem to have created as much …


Jayshree P. Upadhyay

Jayshree is a former writer at The Morning Context. As journalist, she had nearly a decade of experience across Mint, Business Standard and Bloomberg TV India. The bulk of her career has been devoted to tracking the capital markets regulator, exchanges, regulatory policies, financial scams and corporate governance issues. One of her biggest breaking stories was her incisive coverage of the colocation scam which put the lapses at NSE in the public domain.



Advait Palepu

Advait is a financial journalist and a former writer at The Morning Context. Here, he wrote on India’s banks, the wider financial services industry and the fintech ecosystem. He has previously worked with the Economic and Political Weekly, Business Standard, BloombergQuint and MediaNama, where he covered everything from the Reserve Bank of India to fintech policy.