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  • Global Handwash Day
    We are more than a company. We are a community in which people work together to build healthier lives, and happier homes
  • Global Handwash Day
    There was a risk. There was uncertainty. There was the added burden of longer gestation period. But it worked
  • Global Handwash Day
  • Global Handwash Day
  • Social Media
    In the post-truth era, every belief and opinion, even if it is wrong, acquires a ring of truth. How can you survive in this tumultuous world, and separate the right from wrong?
  • Mobile Myths
    The social, emotional, and psychological realities are vastly different for the upcoming mobile-only and mobile-mostly generation
  • Diseases
    Lifestyle diseases threaten to destroy the socio-economic fabric of several nations, including the poor ones. Only a coordinated and comprehensive strategy that combines public and private policies can reduce them
  • Global Handwash Day
  • Global Handwash Day
    More than 400,000 children in 3,000 schools benefit from a campaign to inculcate long-lasting hand-wash habits among children
  • Public Health
    Polio eradication was delayed, derailed, and disr upted several times. After decades of struggle, when India won the war against the physically-debilitating dise ase, it perfected an efficient and effective public health system
  • Community Radio
    Past experiences of three community radio stations in three different states prove health communication has to be grassroots, not national, and collaborative and participatory, not top-down
  • Rural Women
    Despite huge strides in infrastructure construction, the rural women still face crucial challenges in terms of society’s mindset, attitudes, beliefs, and traditions
  • Parenting
    You know what’s best for your children. Possibly, you don’t. Most are constantly ridden by guilt that they don’t do enough for them. Here’s how to get it right
  • Choices
    Given several choices can free us. But they can squeeze us, make us error-prone, and push us into a state of decision-paralysis. The reason: our minds restrict our choices
  • Last Word
Mine Your Business
Collector’s Issue Magazine February 18, 2019
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The Zeal To Heal
Collector’s Issue Magazine October 21, 2019
We are more than a company. We are a community in which people work together to build healthier lives, and happier homes
Moms Care
Collector’s Issue Magazine October 21, 2019
There was a risk. There was uncertainty. There was the added burden of longer gestation period. But it worked
Rashomon’s Relativism
Collector’s Issue Magazine October 21, 2019
In the post-truth era, every belief and opinion, even if it is wrong, acquires a ring of truth. How can you survive in this tumultuous world, and separate the right from wrong?
India-On-The-Go
Collector’s Issue Magazine October 21, 2019
The social, emotional, and psychological realities are vastly different for the upcoming mobile-only and mobile-mostly generation
Live For Life
Collector’s Issue Magazine October 21, 2019
Lifestyle diseases threaten to destroy the socio-economic fabric of several nations, including the poor ones. Only a coordinated and comprehensive strategy that combines public and private policies can reduce them
Banks Of Soap
Collector’s Issue Magazine October 21, 2019
More than 400,000 children in 3,000 schools benefit from a campaign to inculcate long-lasting hand-wash habits among children
Twisted Healthcare
Collector’s Issue Magazine October 21, 2019
Polio eradication was delayed, derailed, and disr upted several times. After decades of struggle, when India won the war against the physically-debilitating dise ase, it perfected an efficient and effective public health system
Waves Of Local Changes
Collector’s Issue Magazine October 21, 2019
Past experiences of three community radio stations in three different states prove health communication has to be grassroots, not national, and collaborative and participatory, not top-down
Fear Stalks Her?
Collector’s Issue Magazine October 21, 2019
Despite huge strides in infrastructure construction, the rural women still face crucial challenges in terms of society’s mindset, attitudes, beliefs, and traditions
The Ideal Parents
Collector’s Issue Magazine October 21, 2019
You know what’s best for your children. Possibly, you don’t. Most are constantly ridden by guilt that they don’t do enough for them. Here’s how to get it right
Life In The Time Of Choices
Collector’s Issue Magazine October 21, 2019
Given several choices can free us. But they can squeeze us, make us error-prone, and push us into a state of decision-paralysis. The reason: our minds restrict our choices
The Mines, They  Are A-Changin’
Collector’s Issue Magazine February 18, 2019
Evolved policies, use of technology, emergence of new business models, adoption of environment-friendly practices and initiatives to involve local communities are transforming the Indian mining sector
This Was Then...Blast From The Past
Collector’s Issue Magazine February 18, 2019
From hell-pits of Jharkhand, stark images of a world that now remains frozen in frames
This Is Now...Back To The Future
Collector’s Issue Magazine February 18, 2019
Robots and drones could become a large part of the workforce while artificial intelligence, 3-D simulations and 3-D printing will provide the cutting edge to new-age mining
Explore In India To Mine In India
Collector’s Issue Magazine February 18, 2019
Although the policy framework has evolved, there are challenges related to linkages that the auction process to lease the mines has with ­production, exploration, ­technology, and land acquisition
Technology Driving Quest For Copper
Collector’s Issue Magazine February 18, 2019
Hindustan Copper is in the midst of a massive expansion drive to boost production
Manage Risk, Or Perish
Collector’s Issue Magazine February 18, 2019
New tools to manage volatility in commodities have become both cheaper and effective
Losing To Win
Collector’s Issue Magazine February 18, 2019
A law to deal with mining bankruptcies in India will pave the way for higher growth and profits. This may be the game-changer.
Mines Ahoy!
Collector’s Issue Magazine February 18, 2019
State-owned firms, rather than private ones, will drive India’s quest for mining security. Overseas acquisitions by PSU giants will become the norm in the near future.
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