Profile of Sumali Moitra
Chasing large greenfield investments in manufacturing is unlikely to yield significant gains during these Corona times.
Attempts to shore up the image of a business by going to town about good deeds done are not in keeping with the principles of stakeholder capitalism.
Authorities, including the stock market regulator, should start asking businesses probing questions on how they are gearing up for the climate challenge.
Michael Bloomberg must convince developing countries that money spent on climate action would yield long-term value to these nations.
The question that may naturally arise is whether Ganguly has it in him to become as good a politician as he was as a cricket captain.
The university founded by Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore has seen a significant drop in its position in NIRF rankings since 2016.
Having a larger number of specialized people will help India to achieve many UN SDG targets quicker and will provide momentum to the Aatmanirbhar Bharat agenda.
Being more open will enhance the credibility of such Trusts among all stakeholders during these turbulent times and benefit the private schools they run.
A VTP (Vocational Training Providers) ranking system could minimise the chances of potential skills trainees becoming victims of apparently misleading claims on job placements made by sundry vocational training providers.
Bollywood stars have been ' role models' for many adolescents in India and by knowing their favourite celebrity's involvement in drugs case may affect such vulnerable young minds badly.
As the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) steps up its investigations into the alleged drugs connection with Bollywood, it would be interesting to watch how companies whose brands are endorsed by actors who have been called in for questioning by the NCB react to this development.
Increased corporate involvement could eliminate many of the bottlenecks that have dogged the path of online education for the marginalized sections of the society.
Such a step can enable authorities to find out how many privately-run schools, colleges, and universities can handle shocks to income flows, and, also, identify vulnerabilities in the operating model of such facilities.
With one of the biggest pools of engineering and IT talent worldwide, India has the potential to become the global App-development power house and not just remain a large lucrative market for mobile applications developed by technology majors of foreign countries.
Corporates, retail outlets, civil society and the common man need to bring on their 'A Game' to get our economy back on track.