UK Edition – 13 March-26 March 2020
UK Edition – 13 March-26 March 2020
India is poised to become an engine of growth for the world economySaloni Shah
In and exclusive interview with ‘India Global Business’, Punit Renjen, CEO, Deloitte, discusses why...
Portugal-India: A growing relationshipSaloni Shah
With tremendous local talent, world-class infrastructure and business-friendly government policies, Portugal crosses off several boxes for Indian companies seeking to [...]
Business ecosystem, people and environment at the heart of CSRSaloni Shah
The Legrand Group in India says it has undertaken several projects to promote education, skill development, health and disaster management [...]
A voice that matters in the CommonwealthSaloni Shah
Against the backdrop of Commonwealth Day 2020, India’s considerable heft within the 54-member organisation has never been more pronounced. Highlights: [...]
The UK Edition of ‘India Global Business’ focuses on India’s potential diplomatic heft within the Commonwealth as the organisation marks Commonwealth Day 2020. An analysis of the long-term impact of the coronavirus crisis on the Indian economy and in-depth features across different sectors make up the rest of the package.
India’s voice matters in the CommonwealthSaloni Shah
With India continually reinforcing its commitment to the Commonwealth, it has the chance to boost its Commonwealth...
Oil price crash positive for IndiaSaloni Shah
While the decrease in oil price might help India keep its fiscal and current deficit in check, it’s long-term impact...
Skill India Mission important for FDISaloni Shah
As more and more foreign companies are looking to India as a manufacturing base, the government’s reskilling initiative...
COVID-19 to change how we live, work and govern ourselvesManoj Ladwa
COVID-19 will force businesses and governments to fundamentally rethink. This will have fast, drastic and permanent implications for society, writes [...]
India as a rule-maker, not rule-takerSaloni Shah
India Inc. Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa explains why other countries can no longer limit India’s place in the world. [...]
Coronavirus outbreak: Short-term pain, long-term gain likely for IndiaSaloni Shah
As summer approaches in both China and India, the chances of the virus outbreak dissipating will brighten. Like all challenges, [...]
India should be held to the same standard as other democracies: Ashok Malik, Policy Advisor, MEAIshita Mandrekar
Ashok Malik, Policy Advisor, MEA, believes that recent initiatives of the Indian government have been misunderstood and misconstrued. Highlights: The [...]
Are Indian start-ups geared for the Coronavirus pandemic?Saloni Shah
While the virus is predicted to cause economic slowdown and huge losses, some Indian start-ups are seeing this as an [...]
Indian farmers drawn to sustainable cooling techniquesSaloni Shah
A collaboration between the University of Birmingham and Indian institutions is delivering results on the ground to find energy efficient [...]
A new tune in the venture partySaloni Shah
Technology start-ups and investment banks have had paths which seemed parallel till now. Recently, more banks are looking to do [...]
Australian businesses on a mission to IndiaSaloni Shah
It is important to sustain the momentum of the path set for India-Australia trade relations with commitment, consistency and collaboration. [...]
India-New Zealand ties: Stuck in first gearSaloni Shah
There is a sense of deja vu when it comes to recent trade discussions between India and New Zealand, but [...]
Numbers begin to add up for global Indian talent flowsSaloni Shah
A massive 93 per cent jump of Indian students choosing UK universities in 2019 compared to the previous year indicates [...]
No, Supreme Court has not said cryptocurrencies are legal in IndiaSaloni Shah
The recent apex court judgment does not say anything on its legal validity. But this order could be overtaken by [...]
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