Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Issue 6

Challenges to overcome

Agrochemical sector in India faces multiple bottlenecks that is hampering the industry’s growth Agrochemical industry has transformed the agricultural landscape in India, benefitting the farming community in terms of better yields and crop performance. It is the onset of the...

India’s thought leadership on net neutrality

The year 2016 has already underlined its significance in the scheme of things of India as a nation. This year has already seen the Pathankot attacks which have once again brought the attention to the issue of protection and...

The new challenge – Zika Virus

The increase in the microcephaly cases has made Zika the most dreaded virus to surface in the present times Who would have ever thought that a normal viral infection like any other would one day turn out to be a...

Railway regulator on the anvil

Revolutionary reforms being planned for the railways will see power to fix fares being transferred from politicians to technocrats and based on economics rather than populism The Indian Railways has typically been exploited by successive governments as a tool of...

Thinking beyond IIMs

Management education in India has established itself as a powerful force Management education in India has traversed a long distance over the years and has established itself as a powerful force capable of bringing about the manufacturing revolution in India...

Budget 2016-17: Pragmatic and prudent

The Narendra Modi led NDA government is close to completing its second year in office and realizing the need to project a pro poor image which is politically too important with so many states lined up for polls, the...

Innovation: The key to success

Ambitious programs like Make in India cannot achieve full potential without a strong innovation culture Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ initiative has caught many eyeballs for its potential to unleash India’s latent manufacturing capability. There has been much...

Need for ideation

Foreign universities are able to remain ahead of Indian universities in research and innovation through concept of creating centres of excellence within the university framework, long history of industry-academia-society interactions and ability to connect national level vision of their...

Commendable work, Mr. FM

An encouraging factor in the present budget is the increased allocation made to departments engaged in scientific research. With a hike of 17% on last year’s allocation, the Department of Science and Technology has got the highest raise followed...
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The beginning of a new era in manufacturing of components under PLI scheme: Ravi Shankar Prasad

New Delhi: There has been an unprecedented growth in the field of electronics manufacturing in India in the last...
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Dehradun reached 99th to 26th place in one year : Smart City

Dehradun Smart City's ranking has moved from 99 to 26th position in a year. Dehradun is consistently heading towards the top 100 Smart City...

Securing India’s Railway Networks from Cyber Threats

System vulnerabilities combined with the potential to cause economic damage make India’s railway networks an attractive target for cybercriminals. A cyber threat or disruption...

Implementing a Collaborative Approach to Cybersecurity in a Converged IT/OT Environment

By Antoine D'Haussy, BD director EMEA for Operational Technology at Fortinet. In industry, technical evolutions are transforming operations and driving innovation. And at the same...

Kochi Smart City Command Centre equipped with Delta Video wall Solutions goes Live

Delta, a leading provider of video wall solutions, successfully set up a large-scale Video wall for Kochi Smart City in its Integrated Command Control...