India’s alcoholic beverage industry is in high spirits!

The Indian alcoholic beverage industry, after facing two consecutive pandemic-hit years in FY2021 and FY2022, witnessed a remarkable resurgence in FY2023. The industry's performance during this period...

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India set to transform into a global automotive hub

India's automotive industry, ranked fourth globally, aims to hit an impressive $1 trillion by 2035, per Arthur D. Little....

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AI is transforming India’s healthcare future for better

AI has the ability to completely change the way healthcare is provided by advancing diagnoses, better treatment outcomes, and altering how medical professionals provide care. As AI technologies develo...

Scarcity of tech talent: A growing glitch for global industry

The tech industry is booming, but there is a growing shortage of tech talent around the world. This is a major challenge for businesses of all sizes, as they struggle to find the talent they need to i...

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Reforms in ALMM: Boosting India’s solar industry

ALMM for Solar Photovoltaic Modules has come up with the reforms. The reforms primarily focus on cost reduction for solar PV manufacturers....

Burgeoning QSR industry in India

India’s Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) market is expected to be more than US$ 16.72 billion in the year 2023....

The next decade could see many Indian innovative companies emerge

C S Murali, Chairman, Entrepreneurship Cell, Society for Innovation and Development, IISc Bangalore, discusses how the institute’s STEM incubation cell handholds startups towards successful commerci...

H.E. Mr. André Aranha Corrêa do Lago, Ambassador of Brazil to India
Despite COVID, India & Brazil are pursuing US$ 15 bn trade target by 2022

H.E. Mr. André Aranha Corrêa do Lago, Ambassador of Brazil to India, asserts that bilateral trade is way lower than the potential, considering that India and Brazil are among the top ten economies o...

Indian Labours
Government or industry – Who picks the baton on employment?

The key to reviving employment in India is to spur investment from the industry in low-productivity sectors and further boost the startup ecosystem. In the long-term, the focus needs to be on investme...

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New normal for Indian economy entails push towards supply chain resilience & digital technology

After the sharp fall in GDP in the first quarter, projections indicate that India's economy is expected to return to positive growth only in 2021-22. While Dr Sunitha Raju, Indian Institute of Foreign...

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