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NABARD inks MoU with Tata Trusts
India Infoline

NABARD inks MoU with Tata Trusts

NABARD signedMoU with Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and Sir Ratan Tata Trust for collaboration in implementation of development interventions aimed at socio economic upliftment of resource poor regions and communities. The MoU was signed by R. India Infoline, 1 month ago
PTI - NABARD (BES32) - Nabard inks MoU with Tata trusts Namibia Press Agency, 2 months ago
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India Infoline, 1 month ago

The Elders of Tata: India's Forgotten Fathers of Conscious Capitalism

In each sector of public life, there are heroes we adore. For music, it's The Beatles and Michael Jackson. In the sports world, Michael Jordan fits the bill. So while social entrepreneurs like myself may not attempt to lip sync or slam-dunk, we have ...
 Individual.com2 months ago

Begin CSR before commencing project, for strife-free land acquisition

Related to : Tata Steel Ltd Tata Steel Ltd BSE 16 Mar 15 | 12:00 AM 326.20 -0.35 (-0.11%) NSE 16 Mar 15 | 12:00 AM 326.20 -0.3 (-0.09%) Many Indian and foreign groups with plans to build large steel mills, aluminium smelters and ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago
Rediff.com

Lessons for companies that acquire land for huge projects

The fallout of the strife between locals occupying tiny parcels of land in sparsely populated hamlets and investors is project delays and cost escalation.  Many Indian and foreign groups with plans to build large steel mills, aluminium smelters and open-pit mines have a frustrating experience in land acquisition. In many cases, the local people, mostly tribals, who would have to make room for multi-billion dollar projects have turned hostile. This is because the promoters have not ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Gulf News

Embroidery: A dying craft revived, one stitch at a time

Chanda Shroff helped the women of Gujarat's tribal communities fight famine and find sustenance in a cultural heritage — embroidery One step at a time. This is the mantra that has transformed the vision of a simple grassroots movement initiated by ...
 Gulf News3 weeks ago A dying craft revived, one stitch at a time  Gulf News1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

Awakening the deity

A family of three Ladakhi craftsmen are in the process of creating at 10-feethigh statue of the future Buddha at the CSMVS. They speak about their legacy. Currently, a 10-feet high statue of a Maitreya Buddha, also monikered Chambaa and Future ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 months ago
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