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Latest Articles in magazine 7 Sep 2020

Preview: Development & Its Crossings

Today more than two million robots operate around the world, mostly in manufacturing, with the highest concentration in South Korea, which has fifty robots per thousand people.

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Leadership Needs To Be Caring In Covid Times: Mariwala

Ultimately, it boils down to exhibiting a leadership style that is authentic, caring, that has a lot of empathy and proactively resolves anxiety and stress.

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BW Webinar: All For Society

The strength of the Japanese trading houses is not so much in trading, as in technology. Trading houses must focus on trading.

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Healthcare Is Now Getting The Attention It Deserves: GSK Velu, Chairman & Managing Director, Trivitron Healthcare

Today, most people prefer getting blood tests done from home. And now we are offering even ECGs at home. X-rays too can be done at home. This trend will only increase

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Impact On Social Entrepreneurship

Covid-19 created a situation that the world has not seen before, when the normal pace of life and work came to a halt and millions of people needed help and access to food and shelter.

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The Show Must Go On

A business that entertains, creates jobs and grosses billions of rupees in revenue, now stares at empty movie theatres and OTT releases of new films. What lies ahead for the film entertainment industry? A special report

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Standpoint: Advertising And Your Business Outcomes

While brands work towards digitising their business, it is imperative to understand the impact of their TV advertising on the digital signals like search volumes, site visits, transactions and app downloads.

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Combating Data Terrorism

Every aspect of business has steps where stuff actually gets created, where multiple solutions are explored and where creativity and ingenuity is called for.

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Vaccine Internationalism: Can We Separate Science from Politics?

To safeguard their citizens, the US, Britain, European Union and Japan have already secured nearly 1.3 billion doses of potential Covid-19 vaccines and have pending deals to add up another 1.5 billion doses, according to London-based firm Airfinity.

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“When Friends Shy Away ...” Lessons During A Crisis

COVID-impacted economic situation has affected many people, in terms of their employment or their business venture . It has consequently affected relationships between individuals, made friends-turn-foes or worse off, friends-ignore-friends.

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Rebuilding Indian Economy

The pandemic has summed up this importance of reconciling democracy and capitalism by demonstrating that capital cannot make money without its people

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Switch Off Switch On!

Those non-stop Zoom calls and Teams meetings can actually drain us. And impact our ability to think hard – when we need it.

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Fifty-Fifty: So How Much Chinese Is Chinese?

The distancing may be only symbolic, but the message will be resounding. It will be a salute to the tiranga, and to those who are staking their lives to protect it. I rest my case.

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Bamboo as Green Gold for Doubling Farmer Incomes

What is needed to be done is to grow industrial grade bamboo such as bambusa bambos – only one percent of the bamboo grown in India is of this industrial grade – this being sturdier than Chinese moso bamboo.

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We Need To Re-weave Our Social Security Net

The policymakers must streamline, bundle schemes into a core set of flagship programs and provide the local authorities an element of choice and flexibility for effective implementation.

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