Years of efforts to improve gender parity in the workplace have been undone by the COVID-19 pandemic that has played havoc with livelihoods, especially in the case of women.
If we learn anything from this pandemic, it should be that India’s healthcare system needs a radical overhaul with digital technologies, empathetic people and processes at its core.
Chinese fears and American hubris have generated a geopolitical collision neither side can win. Like most Asian powers, India’s best interests lie in remaining on the sidelines as this struggle unfolds.
Sheikh Hasina’s invitation to Modi to attend Sheikh Mujib’s centennial celebrations in March sparked off large-scale protests, with Islamists and Left-wing students—long engaged in violent confrontation with each other—uniting to oppose the Indian prime minister’s visit to Dhaka.
Google user? Gmail user? YouTube user? Read this useful guide to be better prepared to deal with the next potential disruption of the internet giant’s services.
Purpose-driven work creates a competitive advantage for businesses as well as people. To work with empathy is a powerful purpose. Adapt it.
In an AI-dominated battlefield, the kinds of long, slow stand-offs that have unfolded along the Line of Actual Control this year, giving leaders in both countries time to contain the scale of the crisis, may prove to be things of the past.
Office space gets you a landing strip for you to move away from other things and enter a work zone.
Retired hockey star Aslam Sher Khan takes on Narinder Dhruv Batra, who controls the sports body, and CEO Elena Norman in bitter legal tussle.
Though yet to get his hands on the T20 cricket trophy, the Indian Premier League helped Virat Kohli transform his game.
The pandemic continues to disrupt real estate in different ways depending on the region and property type. Property owners need to adapt to the new reality as some asset classes may never go back to pre-COVID times.
It all begins with the banana leaf that is rich in antioxidants, and allows food served on it to absorb polyphenols that help with its antibacterial properties to aid with the ingestion of germ-free food
As flights by airlines such as IndiGo, Vistara and SpiceJet gather pace, a look at those Indian airports that are the most and least impacted.
The key to understanding Biden’s world lies in what he does when charm isn’t enough to get his way.
Much like the terror of Thanos, COVID-19 has caused rampant pessimism in both the consumer and advertiser sentiment.
Indian experts are miffed at New Delhi’s kid-glove treatment of China over Dalai Lama and Tibet, particularly in the light of Ladakh’s border standoff and China’s insensitivity towards issues close to this country.
The ordinance allows conversion of land without clearances for setting up industries and is likely to pose a challenge in protecting the land rights of indigenous people.
Scores of firms of varying shapes and sizes are manufacturing essential protective gear since coronavirus was declared a pandemic in mid-March.
Schools are supposed to have mandatory sessions on sex education, which are unfortunately treated as a box to be ticked and delivered ineffectively.
India has plenty of options of liberal arts colleges that offer a unique bouquet of courses and have a well-endowed infrastructure.
Politicians are driven by their respective political agenda but in COVID times there has been unanimity in adopting the digital tools to not only stay connected but to stay impactful.
For India-based organisations, in addition to the IT Act 2000, and the Information Technology Rules 2011, GDPR readiness is a boom before our data protection act is released.
The bottom-line is, just capturing data for ‘Things’ is not sufficient. To derive real value and to make real business decisions it is critical to capture data about the ‘Context’ too.
A sustainable partnership model is essential between government, private firms, industry bodies, research and financing institutions for promoting Industry 4.0
While the base GST rates for the automobile segment have been set at 28%, in addition to the base rate, the Government has also proposed to levy a cess on vehicles of different categories and sizes, the impact of which on the end prices of vehicles will vary accordingly.