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How embracing renewable energy can help India achieve its target of becoming a $5 trillion economy by 2024-25
As per findings of the World Bank, low-emission and resource-efficient greening of India’s economy is possible at a very low cost in terms of GDP growth.
11.5 mn job openings by 2026, sky-high salaries: Why data science is booming
Data science started off as a tool used by banks to detect fraud...
WEF launches COVID action platform for collective action by business community
This is the first initiative of its kind that aims to convene ...
Pakistan tops in holding biases against women: UN Report
According to the UNDP report, Andorra had the least population with sexist beliefs, at 27.01%, followed by Sweden and the Netherlands with 30.01% and 39.75%, respectively.
More women in ‘soft’ jobs, fewer managers: UN body report
“Barriers to women’s involvement vary by industry and, often, reflect industry cultures as well as overarching economic and social factors … Women are preferred in teaching, clerical and low-level jobs,” the latest report says.
Providing women easier access to capital makes great business, economic sense: Cherie Blair
Blair is more than familiar with India – ‘I almost qualify as an NRI,’ she quipped in her second time as a speaker at ETGBS – and also how important India figures in the global challenge of closing the gap on gender inequity. Quoting World Economic Forum data, she underlined how bad things still were: it would take an estimated 276 years for the gender gap to close.
Karnataka state making changes to Land Reforms Act
The Karnataka government is making important changes to its Land Reforms Act, 1961, in a bid to accelerate industrial projects already signed up, as well as prospective ones.
Budget 2020 hits the right chord on data and technology: Is India Inc ready for the quantum leap?
Budget 2020 has stood out for its special focus on technology, talent and infrastructure.
ET Women's Forum: Why India needs to hear the voice of half a billion
India scored a dismal 112 rank in the World Economic Forum Global Gender Gap Index 2020.
Tata Steel Kalinganagar honoured at World Economic Forum 2020
Tata Steel's CEO & MD T V Narendran accepted the award for the company's recent admittance into the Global Lighthouse Network. In July 2019, Tata Steel Kalinganagar became the first and only Indian manufacturing plant to be included in the WEF's Lighthouse Network, when 10 new factories, including TSK, were added to the Global Lighthouse Network.
Representing 1.5 billion people, Modi has an advantage on Facebook: Trump
US President Donald Trump, who will visit India next week, said Modi is "number two" on Facebook in terms of followers and that he is number one as told to him directly by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. This is not the first time that the US President has claimed to be the number one and Prime Minister Modi number two on their popularity on Facebook.
Davos 2020: Greta Thunberg slams elites on climate at World Economic Forum
Young climate activists including Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg told business and political elites gathered Tuesday at the World Economic ...
Davos 2020: Trump rejects climate 'prophets of doom' at World Economic Forum
US President Donald Trump on Tuesday lashed out at the "perennial prophets of doom" who warn that the world is in the throes of a major envi...
View: TCS, Infosys, HCL, Nasscom, do you hear the call of COVID19?
Once genetic sequencing of a problem bug is carried out, arriving at a probable vaccine is as much a computing and data analytics challenge as anything else. Data on past vaccines that have worked against viruses with gene sequences that correspond with bits of the gene sequence of the new threat against which a vaccine is being sought has to be analysed.
Geopolitics as entirely new ball game
How to be a referee in the match between nationalism and globalism.
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