Anuradha Kedia and Dhimant Parekh‘s The Better India which started in 2014, is a digital media startup that focuses on positive journalism reporting unsung heroes, innovators and change makers that founders believe mainstream television has bypassed.
While FY 2016-17 began on a low note for most sectors with an overall average 1 percent drop in talent demand, sectors such as IT, telecom, BFSI and automobile witnessed positive momentum between March 2015 and March 2016.
Unedited clips of an off-the-record discussion between Kejriwal and a TV anchor showed him advising the latter on how his interview should be edited and played. The video seemed to suggest a favourable nexus between him and the journalist concerned.
CNBC-TV18's Shereen Bhan says the biggest challenge of television and the current environment is that market is entering into a space which is extremely commoditised.
Ashish Mishra of Forbes India get a list of 5 disciplines that badly need training schools.