In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the effectiveness of innovative financing mechanisms in addressing funding shortfalls for market-driven solutions targeting social challenges. Such mechanisms can help battling antimicrobial resistance, which is an urgent and critical priority, especially ensuring rapid and precise diagnostics in underserved areas, writes healthcare veteran Dr Harsh Mahajan […]
Defying projections, the global economy weathered challenges and remained stable amidst challenges marked with high global interest rates, geopolitical tensions, and sluggish demand. World Bank maintains India’s growth is also likely to remain resilient with GDP growth at 6.4 per cent for FY24. As we end the year let’s look at what Mr Ashwajit Singh, […]
Centre’s recent forecast on India’s economic growth slowing down to 6.5% in the current fiscal may make the catch up to pre-pandemic level more elusive.
The overall cost of homecare is 30 per cent to 40 per cent less than the cost of care in an institutional set­up. Various studies have peg­ged the Indian home healt­hcare market at aro­und $2.3 billion and growing at more than 18 per cent.

As the world realises the inherent seriousness of climate change, the use of plastic has been recognised as one of the greatest environmental and health hazards of the 21st century. Now, exceeding the biomass of all land and marine animals combined, plastic waste has long-term implications on all aspects of the ecosystem, be it land, oceans or the atmosphere. Plastics also account for over 3 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions...

What was only a matter of suspicion until a few months ago has been officially confirmed as an unfortunate reality. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Report 2022 has finally revealed the severity of the social, economic and environmental setbacks endured by the world during the two-years spanning the Covid-19 pandemic. The numbers are said to […]
India has been trying to reform its labour laws for the past 18–20 years, to bring them in line with the present workplace ecosystems and allow for more uniformity across both the organised or unorganised sectors. In a historical move, it is finally all set to replace 29 existing labour laws with the four new […]
With the incorporation of the entire gamut of environmental, social and governance-based (ESG) decision-making into organisational behaviour, a holistic new way of thinking has emerged after the pandemic, seeking to decrease the distance between the state, the market and the civil society in ways never before. Read More

World Health Organization estimates that India will suffer economic losses amounting to a staggering 1.03 trillion dollars from mental health conditions between 2012 and 2030. The raging COVID-19 pandemic has hedged people inside their homes for the last two years, nurturing within it a long-standing silent pandemic – of mental health.

May is recognised globally as the mental health awareness month, providing an opportunity for reflection and collective action to address the stigma from preventing individuals from getting the care they need. The purpose is to raise awareness of struggles people are dealing with and to observe their recovery and progress. Mental illness is one of […]

Amazon Web Services, subsidiary of e-commerce giant Amazon Inc., on Wednesday said it has trained over 2 million individuals in skills linked to myriad areas of cloud computing, ever since introducing its first such programme in India in 2017. It has worked with government-aided bodies, educational institutes and corporate organizations to achieve this milestone, which has included first-time learners and mid-career professionals alike.

On Monday, a report released by the International Labour Organisation highlighted that the 112 million jobs lost during the pandemic were yet to return to the global economy. As per the report, employment had reduced by 3.8 per cent, compared to the fourth quarter in 2019, translating into 112 million full-time jobs. Read More

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