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PTI
November 11, 2018



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October 22, 2018



Piyush Mehra
September 29, 2018
In spite of its easy accessibility and unquestioned value, breastfeeding coverage remains poor. In India, 58.4% children under three, are not breastfed in their first hour after birth according to the National Family Health Survey- 4, 2015-16.


Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, September 3, 2018
The pay gap between female and male employees not only exists but also increases as they advance in their careers. What can be done to reverse the trend?


Piyush Mehra
New Delhi, August 21, 2018
According to a study published in 2017 by the New England Journal of Medicine, India has 14.4 million obese children - to put this in perspective this is greater than the population of ten Indian states.


Impact Feature
March 5, 2018
India, as the seventh largest country in the world with a population of about 1.34 billion people, has been the fourth fastest growing economy, making progress in almost every field in leaps and bounds. So it may come as a surprise that as many as 732 million people did not have access to clean toilets and the sanitation coverage stood at a dismal 39% till 2014.


Tulsi Jayakumar
New Delhi, February 11, 2018
Declining investment (especially private investment), has been a key concern area in the last few years in India.


Tulsi Jayakumar
New Delhi, February 6, 2018
The Economic Survey also pointed to the criticality of private investment through its finding that three-fifths of the investment slowdown episodes.


Team BT
New Delhi, February 6, 2018
Bt's panel of experts examines arun jaitley's last big budget closely to decode what it means for the economy and the common man.


Prosenjit Datta
New Delhi, February 6, 2018
Ambitious healthcare, insurance plans but implementation still not clear.


Kiran Mazumdar Shaw
February 2, 2018
The Union Budget needed to be prudent and forward-looking rather than populist and that is exactly what Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has achieved through some very smart schemes announced in the areas of healthcare, Science & Technology (S&T), agriculture and rural infrastructure.


PTI
February 1, 2018



BusinessToday.in
February 1, 2018
As Finance Minister Arun Jaitley gets ready to deliver his government's last regular union budget ahead of 2019 elections, speculation is rife that the Finance Minister may present a populist Budget 2018 after taking into account the political considerations.


Poonam Muttreja
New Delhi, January 31, 2018
India's Economic Survey 2018 released on Monday, 29 January, is encouraging as there is a recognition that greater investments in health care critical for development of our economy.


BusinessToday.in
January 18, 2018
Two weeks to go before Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presents the Union Budget 2018-2019, the last regular Budget under the Narendra Modi government. Public expectation, therefore, is high that the coming Budget will be populist in nature, trying to please as many as possible.


Sarika Malhotra
September 26, 2016
S. Ramadorai, former CEO of TCS who now chairs the National Skill Development Corporation, was on the jury of Business Today's Most Powerful Women in Indian Business 2016. In an interview with Business Today, he talks about the business imperative of gender diversity and the biases women face at the workplace.


By Sarika Malhotra
Delhi, November 21, 2016
In the mid-1970s, when women started pursuing professional education - engineering, accountancy, business administration - outlooks changed and it progressively started to change things on the ground.


By Sarika Malhotra
Delhi, August 6, 2016
It is imperative to change the policy discourse from food security to nutrition security.


IANS
March 16, 2016
Over the same period, the money set aside for the Swachh Bharat Mission (Clean India Mission) increased almost three times.


Sarika Malhotra
January 18, 2016
Both in our Census and the NSS, biases in definitions of work and in reporting by (typically male) enumerators and respondents lead to many hardworking women being labelled as housewives.


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