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Philanthropy is a moral strategic imperative: Rohini Nilekani

Watch the interview of Rohini Nilekani Chairperson, Arghyam with Ronojoy Banerjee on CNBC-TV18, in which she shared her views on philanthropy. Money Control, 2 weeks ago

Revitalize our aquifers as country is getting ready to welcome monsoon

By Rohini Nilekani and Mala Subramaniam NEW DELHI: This parched country will be blessed with rain soon. It is the final but worst stretch of the hot, dry summer. A good time to commit that, post monsoon, we will never forget one of the most ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago

What's changed 25 years of liberalized India

11:06 am FOLLOW US: Indian society and economy went through a major change in 1990s. The change or shift was so significant that it affected the lives of the Indians. Such kind of developments never happened in the Independent India. In a nutshell, ...
 The Freepress Journal3 days ago Anthology on changes in India post-liberalisation  Financial Express1 week ago

Water shortage increasing due to climate change, says Chief Secy

Drinking water shortage will become grave in Uttarakhand especially in the rural mountain areas due to climate change, said Shatrughan Singh, Uttarakhand Chief Secretary, while speaking at a workshop on Reviving Springs in Uttarakhand organised by ...
 Chandigarh Tribune5 days ago
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How Infosys founders are investing talent and money towards India's new startups

Infosys, founded by seven engineers in 1981, is still India's most successful startup. The Bengaluru-based software services company has a market value of nearly $42 billionmore than the combined estimated worth of India's startup 'unicorns' and its ...
 TechGig1 week ago The Infosys cohort  Economic Times1 week ago

Lack of interest from investors left most entrepreneurs in water space high and dry

In January 2014, after a two-year struggle to raise money for his startup, Samuel Rajkumar, 45, sold his company's sole product to a non-governmental organization. His product, Caddisfly, comprises a couple of small contraptions that have to be ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Water startups left high and dry  Times of India1 month ago

More ยป Life after Infosys

Infosys has lost a bit of sheen as it slows and gets used to a pace more suited to companies in their middle age. But for a majority of Indians, the information technology giant will always be known as the country's first globally successful ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Life after Infosys  Yahoo! India2 months ago
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He made education accessible to over 11,000 rural kids

An alumnus of IIT-Madras, Umesh Malhotra is successfully helping run over 300 primary schooling centres in rural India and is planning on more. Read on to find out how he did it! Almost two decades ago, Umesh Malhotra (pictured left), an IITian working in California became aware of the strong focus and impact of books on children at a very early age, thanks to US activity-based libraries. When he decided to return to India, he promised his seven-year-old son that he will recreate a similar, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

An independent mind

in Mangalore, Kamaladevi was the fourth and youngest daughter in the family. Her father, Ananthaya Dhareshwar was the District Collector of Mangalore, and her mother Girijabai, from whom she inherited her independent streak, belonged to an ...
 The Statesman2 months ago
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