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The article is benefited & inspired from the discussion with Dr Sanjay Srivastava in his personal capacity as former senior scientist of Indian Space Research Organization (1991-2010). A report of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), released on 20 March 2020, reveals that most coronavirus (COVIT- 19) transmission were found
As I sit down to write this article, WHO reports more than 5 lakh people being infected by the deadly virus. To put things into perspective Mangalore’s population is 4.8 lakh. Therefore imagine this beloved city of ours being brought down to its knees and almost 1 in every 10
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has recently invited public comments on the Companies Amendment Rules, 2020. The same is still in public domain and open for comments till 28th March, 2020. At a time when the country faces a coronavirus pandemic and where the development sector is doing a humanitarian
NGOs working with corporate partners have unquestionably created positive impact in the areas of operations and to the societies they cater too. This has been merely possible because of navigating in environments which encourage progress. Nevertheless, healthcare in India has been a concerted challenge. Running healthcare programme as a CSR
India’s history of agricultural progress dates back to the Indus Valley Civilization as per historical records. In terms of farm outputs, India ranks second. Over 50% of the India workforce was driven by agriculture and contributed to more than 18% of the country’s GDP. Yet the farming community, agricultural sector