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5G Network India
India’s 5G playbook: Look before you leap?

Sanjeev Nikore, Former President, Strategic Initiatives at Tech Mahindra & CEO, Strategies2Scale and Mitali Nikore, Founder Nikore Associates, discuss major infrastructure and financing constraints hi...

Barry O'Farrell AO, High Commissioner of Australia to India
Australian businesses recognise India’s long-term growth potential

Barry O'Farrell AO, High Commissioner of Australia to India, is confident that Australia is well placed to fulfil India’s investment needs, given that the former is the world’s fourth largest pens...

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...

Jagdish N. Sheth Manufacturing
Revitalising Indian manufacturing: Modernisation of home, farm and factory

Prof Jagdish Sheth suggests that India must prioritise modernising the farm, strengthening consumer-facing sectors and making its factories smart to progress towards the higher end of the manufacturin...

Iceberg ahead! What the post-COVID era portends for jobs, education & societies

Nandu Nandkishore, Professor, Indian School of Business, cautions that new technologies, particularly automation and AI, promise a highly uncertain future for jobs. Individuals and societies that try ...

Tanaz Buhariwalla Ireland
Ireland is an attractive destination for growth-stage Indian startups

Tanaz Buhariwalla, Director, IDA Ireland, discusses Ireland’s key advantages as a business destination for Indian companies, including a business-friendly ecosystem, competitive costs, support for i...

Automation TPCI
Automation of the workforce: Opportunity or calamity?

Automation could have little impact on jobs in the immediate future, but it's important for employees to acquire essential skills and equip themselves to work with new technologies. ...

Dr Arpita Mukherjee TPCI IBT
Globally, there is a focus on local jobs and upskilling

Dr Arpita Mukherjee, ICRIER, believes that India should work closely with other countries on how to support Indian migrants in those markets. At the same time, it should should upskill its workforce f...

Bulk liquid storage: Building blocks for a brighter future

The Indian bulk liquid storage and logistics industry needs to ramp up capacities, improve customer-centricity and fast-track deployment of new technologies....

Digitisation and automation are remaking the terminal industry

COVID-19-led drop in fuel demand has put liquid terminals firmly in the spotlight. Major transformation is on cards with the application of digitization....

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