Lack of facilities are no longer a problem for football enthusiasts in Mumbai. A few years ago, organising a game would mean having to round up 10 guys on a …
Over 2000 consumers across India were asked in a recent survey what the value of mobile telephony was to them, and the two highest scoring answers were: “It has given …
India has huge challenges to attract large companies as well as global talent. Can this limit India's growth prospects whatever be our demographics or our potential?
I just finished reading a very interesting report by McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) – “Urban world: The shifting global business landscape“. According to MGI, “urbanization and industrialization continue to reshape …
Assuming that the data protection policy comes into effect soon, by linking each UID number to a person’s electronic health record (EHR), India can leapfrog health management.
Rich or poor, we breathe the same air and even if we’re sipping from bottles of Evian in our Maybachs in Mumbai, we’re no better off. In essence we’re leaving cities in India and large swathes of the developing world to a generation that will live shorter, unhealthier and less productive lives for no fault of their own. The real culprits are likely pointing back at us in the mirror. Every plastic wrapper thrown out of a rickshaw, every paan spat out on a wall, every slum dweller than defecated on the sidewalk, add up to an enormous mountain of shit!
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