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Latest Articles in Opinion

Mirror Mirror on the Wall: The China–India E-commerce Comparison

“We in India have a long way to go. There is no denying that we have what it takes to get there. We are in the race for global leadership but for that we must benchmark right, innovate for scale and think of the future.”

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Corporate Sustainability In A Co-COVID World

As remote working becomes the new normal and the world remains unlikely to go back to pre-COVID realities, it is a good idea to revisit and reassess how businesses can stimulate longevity while giving more to the world and their employees.

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India’s Community-led Crisis Response: How Can Bottom-up Data Governance Help?

The ongoing pandemic has made clear that crises have calamitous impacts on our data rights, and we need to create systems to become active participants in our data journeys - to protect and harness the value of our data.

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Governance Redux ?

Any such fluidity of regulations detracts from the RBI’s avowed principle of vesting bank boards with more responsibility and initiative. Especially when it needs to demonstrate more of it now.

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Are You Receiving, or Are You Rejecting?

The biggest hurdle to receiving is our limiting mindset that focuses on want More than abundance. What a huge Price we are paying for this. Asking For what you want requires clarity, Courage, and confidence

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RBI’s Covid Relief: How it benefits the Health Care Industry

Below mentioned are the highlights of benefits that the scheme offers to the healthcare industry.

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The Culture Of Lying With Impunity

Everything is in a grey precinct of half-truths and partial facts, and sadly we have all become comfortable living in that twilight zone.

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2nd Covid Wave's Impact On Housing Demand, Prices

Property prices began to improve after the Spanish Flu abated - similarly, this pandemic's long-term effect on housing prices will only be positive.

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How Technology Is Boosting India’s Fight Against COVID-19 Pandemic

It is exciting to keep pace with the speed of technology. The impact that it has on all of us can be deciphered from all angles - social, political, economic, and psychological.

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What Would Be The Impact On Market After This 2nd Wave Of Covid-19 & The Challenges India Will Face?

Impact of pandemic is going to have a long lasting blow as it seems to be here longer than one had anticipated. One of the measures to be adopted is the quick inoculation of the vaccination program to keep fatalities in check to withstand the pressure.

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Now Is The Time To Build Future Ready Healthcare

Decoding future ready healthcare – Although there are multiple dimensions along which the future of healthcare with evolve, here are three major trends and the affiliated capabilities that healthcare organizations will need to build now to take advantage of in the new world order.

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Policy Imperatives For Strengthening The NBFC sector – key To India’s Economic Revival

Practical and easy to implement, albeit somewhat bold, steps like the above are needed to stave off a crisis brewing in the NBFC sector and pave the way for an orderly growth of the MSME sector as well as the infrastructure sector.

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Reimagining Vertical Mobility in India - The COVID Thrust

From office buildings to metros to malls, the need for elevator & escalators is indispensable and with local manufacturing, digitalization and urbanization in India, the vertical mobility industry is set to grow multifold in the coming years.

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‘Almost Everything Human(E) : The Price Of This Pandemic’

Not knowing how this pandemic will play out, it continues to hurt us and impairs our economic, physical and mental well-being. It is making many of us increasingly despondent, unhappy and lonely.

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The Dimensions of Dreams in Covid Times

The dreams rising and falling like notes on that bed of the heart, no more than 480 times, must be treated as the dimensions of the cosmos or dreams.

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