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By Sarika Malhotra
February 1, 2017
With country grappling with the after effects of job losses in the informal sector post demonetization, the highest ever budget allocation of Rs 48,000 crores for Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA) might not well be enough.

Sarika Malhotra
February 1, 2017
With as much talk about 'need to cleanse the system of political funding in India', the government was found wanting in its commitment. By capping the maximum amount of cash donation to a political party to Rs 2,000 in the Budget 2017, the government just paid lip service to one the biggest loopholes in electoral funding - cash donations. Interestingly, political parties themselves have become a convenient parking place for black money.

Sarika Malhotra
January 25, 2017
Ratika Jain, Executive Director, Manufacturing, CII talks to Business Today's Sarika Malhotra about how India is uniquely positioned to capitalize on the growing global apparel opportunity.

By PB Jayakumar
New Delhi, January 24, 2017
While the organised players are largely unaffected, unorganised industry hubs are facing a massive disruption in business due to demonetisation. by P.B. Jayakumar

Sarika Malhotra
January 19, 2017
Issue of jobs is top in the list of concerns that the world faces today, Ravi Venkatesan, Chairperson, SVP India said at an event in New Delhi on Thursday. \"However, no county has a bigger challenge than India, given the sheer demographics that India has... It's a one million opportunity every month,\" he added.

Sarika Malhotra
January 17, 2017
One of the major challenges is that there is no licensing of the staffing firms due to which there are many frivolous organisations operating in the market that are responsible for informal workforce.

Sarika Malhotra
New Delhi, January 17, 2017
Vinai Kumar Saxena, Chairman, Khadi and Village Industries Commission, tells Sarika Malhotra how the Commission is adopting newer marketing and inclusive growth programmes to revive Khadi and village industries.

By Sarika Malhotra & Sumant Banerji
Delhi, December 26, 2016
Officials, top economists slug it out and try to make sense of what India would look like after the government's demonetisation gamble

Sarika Malhotra
New Delhi, December 17, 2016
Kant said that out of India's $2 trillion formal economy, 86 per cent was cash, and 'more the cash, more (the opportunities for) a black economy.'

Sarika Malhotra
December 1, 2016
Pierre-Yves Pouliquen, COO, Africa, Middle East and India, SUEZ - a key player in sustainable management of resources present in five continents - talks about the pressing need for water management in India.

Sarika Malhotra
Delhi, November 26, 2016
Pierre-Yves Pouliquen, COO, Africa, Middle East and India, SUEZ - a key player in sustainable management of resources present in five continents - tells Sarika Malhotra about the pressing need for water management in India.

By Sarika Malhotra and Goutam Das
Delhi, November 30, 2016
While the near-term economic logic may seem weak, the plan on black money appears to be well thought out. Demonetisation is just one leg. What has generated the fear psychosis is a combination of many things executed over the past two years by the Narendra Modi Government.

By Sarika Malhotra
Delhi, October 19, 2016
In June 2016, Modi took the initial steps towards fulfilling his promise of creating mass jobs for the young, close to two years after taking over as prime minister. A lot of pieces need to fall in place for the textile sector to create the targeted one crore jobs in three years.

Sarika Malhotra
New Delhi, October 7, 2016
Vasanthi Srinivasan, Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore tells Business Today while there is increase in the visible presence of women, we have a long way to go in terms of presence of women in more powerful roles in the corporate sector.

Sarika Malhotra
October 7, 2016
Raman Mahadevan, economic and business historian based in Bangalore talks, to Business Today about the evolution of the role of women in Indian business families

Sarika Malhotra
New Delhi, October 5, 2016
Shachi Irde, Executive Director, Catalyst India tells Business Today why it is imperative that corporations should build a system of checks and balances that support diversity and inclusion at all levels.

Sarika Malhotra
October 4, 2016
Richard Rekhy, CEO of KPMG in India, was on the jury of Business Today's Most Powerful Women in Indian Business 2016. In an interview with BT, Rekhy talks about the gender biases that still exist in Indian business, and how to overcome them.

Sarika Malhotra
New Delhi, October 4, 2016
Janaki Krishnan, author of Breaking Barriers, tells Business Today that it is only when there are more women at decision making levels that things will improve.

Sarika Malhotra
September 29, 2016
Even as a full-fledged India-Pakistan war seems a few stages away - unless Pakistan retaliates, which it might be tempted to after India's surgical strikes - there is much that both nations will have to weigh in terms of the price that they will incur if there is an all-out war.

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.

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