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Public health in India

Public health in India

The determinant of any successful governance is tightly woven with public health. Public health landscape in India is complex and multifaceted with a range of challenges and opportunities.

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Sustainability practices stocktake: how banks and insurers have progressed

Financial institutions have a leading role to play in shaping our sustainable future, and a strong need to reboot and shift to a more responsible finance model. As a core component of the economy, they bear the responsibility of upholding rigour and resilience in their risk management. With time running out to achieve a move towards nature-positive outcomes, what sustainability progress have banks and insurers made?

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Sustainability practices stocktake: how banks and insurers have progressed
Future-proofing cyber security in an increasingly digital world

Future-proofing cyber security in an increasingly digital world

In a world that has become reliant on digital technology, most organisations’ current cyber security strategies are no longer enough to combat threats. Future-proof your business by understanding and mitigating cyber risks.

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Trans-Atlantic Data Transfer Mechanism (EU- US Data Privacy Framework)

The European Commission has recently issued an adequacy decision. EU-US Data Privacy Framework (DPF) is a new data transfer mechanism which will support Trans-Atlantic data transfers. The decision further confirms that the United States provides an adequate level of data protection for personal data transferred from the EU countries.

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Trans-Atlantic Data Transfer Mechanism (EU- US Data Privacy Framework)
Skill Development & Employability Gap in Unorganized Sectors

Skill Development & Employability Gap in Unorganized Sectors

Did you know as per the UN population estimates, with a population of around 1.43 billion India has just recently overtaken China and become the world’s most populous country?

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Labour landscape in India

Owing to the vast population of our country, the labour landscape is an intricate set of layers. Diversity, multi-linguistic and multi-cultural are hallmarks of the labour population (labour pool) in India. Economic activities in the country are broadly categorised in the organised and unorganised sectors.

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Labour landscape in India
Circular economy

Circular economy

Population and usages of resources are interdependent and proportionally co-related. Judicious use of resources would lead to mitigating resource depletion and thereby fostering a more sustainable environment for future generation. It is estimated that by 2050 world population will soar to 9 billion and fulfilling the demand will require natural resources equivalent to three earths. The present prevailing model of usages of resources is linear economy which is based on the principles of ‘take-make-waste’ and is unable to manage the balance of demand and supply with growing population and depleting resources. It is also
significant contributor to the challenges of climate change, biodiversity loss, waste generation and pollution.


As a consequence of the realisation of the impending resource scarcity, existential threat due to adverse impacts of increasing temperature of planet earth and climate change, circular economy is emerging as a solution for sustainable development.

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Mending the missing middle

MSMEs are the lifeblood of India, whether it be running our GDP, our vibrant export profile or facilitating employment across the country.
Be it micro, small or medium sized firms, each type of enterprise has played a pivotal role in shaping the sector’s growth story till date.

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Mending the missing middle