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PTI
April 13, 2021
Over 70 per cent of adults in Saudi Arabia, Russia, India and mainland China are confident their life will return to pre-COVID normal within a year


BusinessToday.In
February 17, 2021
The Chairman of Mahindra Group shared a picture of a man who was sitting on a bike with a loader attached to it. The photo was sent by a US friend of Mahindra


BusinessToday.In
February 17, 2021
Although around 1,000 international students have reportedly received exemptions to return to the country amid the pandemic, the number is too small to pacify several others


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 16, 2021
Business Today on Tuesday honoured companies, business leaders based in Tamil Nadu, who contributed to the growth of the state. The winners were identified on the basis of the difference they made in the state, by a high profile jury comprising Arun Roy, IAS, Special Secretary, Industries Department, Govt of Tamil Nadu; Dr Darez Ahmed, IAS, Executive Director, Guidance Tamil Nadu; Preetha Reddy, Vice-Chairperson Apollo Hospitals Group; Rajshree Pathy, Chairperson, Rajshree Sugars & Chemicals; Dr GSK Velu, CMD, Trivitron & Neuberg Diagnostics and Chairman, Ficci Tamil Nadu State Council; Prof Pawan Kumar Singh, Director, IIM Trichy and N Madhan, Regional Managing Partner-South, PwC India. The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Thiru Edappadi K Palaniswami, presented a total of 11 awards, including five for investment, three for employment, one for exports and two for others. Watch the video for more.Also Read: BT Business Leaders of TN: Manufacturing, electronics, SaaS can make India $5 trillion economy, say experts


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 16, 2021
Industry experts at Business Today's 'Business Leaders of Tamil Nadu' event spoke about how some sectors were contributing towards the growth of India's economy. They added that a thriving automotive industry, flourishing digital economy, and the vast scope in academics were some of the factors that could contribute to the cause. Watch as they explain how Tamil Nadu is moving towards growth with the help of its indigenous companies.Also Read: Business Today honours business leaders of Tamil Nadu


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 16, 2021
Tamil Nadu's automotive industry, which is a $3 trillion industry globally, has emerged as a significant player over the years, along with electronics industry, which stands at $2.7 trillion globally. Watch as experts including Dr Preetha Reddy, Vice-Chairperson Apollo Hospitals Group; Dr S Christopher, Ex-chairman, DRDO; Gopal Srinivasan, Chairman and MD, TVS Capital Funds Limited; Josh Foulger, Country Head and Managing Director, Foxconn International Holding, India; Madan R Krishnan, Vice President and Managing Director, Medtronic India; Vivek Partheeban, COO, Caplin Point Laboratories Ltd; Francisco Betti, Head - Shaping the Future of Advanced Manufacturing and Production, World Economic Forum; K Shanmugam, Ex-Chief Secretary, Tamil Nadu discuss how emerging markets have become key players for the state's economic growth.Also Read: Business Today honours business leaders of Tamil Nadu


Mansi Jaswal
February 16, 2021
Madan Krishnan, Vice President, and MD, Indian Subcontinent, India Medtronic, said human capital is the asset adding to it, adoption of technology in a better way to achieve a goal of $5 trillion economy


Sonal Khetarpal
February 10, 2021
This flexibility and the agility of the new workspace will also change the fundamentals of how an office space has been created in the past


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 29, 2021
Speaking at the World Economic Forum, Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google and Alphabet in the session 'An Insight, An Idea' , talks about the power of technology, technological innovation and being a 'technology optimistic' himself. Highlighting Artificial Intelligence, he says that the real potential of AI is yet to be discovered and that we are still at a very early stage of AI. It will take about 10-15 years for AI to finally come into play and solve  problems of the future. Also Watch: Quantum computing and AI can solve the biggest problems: Sundar Pichai


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 29, 2021
The responsibility of skilling, reskilling, and upskilling the workforce in the post-pandemic world lies not just with governments but employees and companies as well. The World Economic Forum's Future of Jobs Report 2020 states that 43 per cent of the businesses surveyed are set to reduce their workforce, and 34 percent plan to expand their workforce due to technology integration. Watch as experts like Salil Parekh, Guy Ryder, Director-General of ILO and others discuss how businesses and governments can collaborate to retrain workers and redeploy them for jobs of the future.Also Read: Economic Survey 2020-21: Higher GDP, lower interest rates counterbalance rising public debt


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 29, 2021
Bharti Airtel added more new subscribers as compared to market leader Reliance Jio for the fourth consecutive month in November; The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is investigating e-commerce giant Amazon for alleged violation of foreign exchange laws in its dealings with Kishore Biyani-led Future Retail; After a record September quarter, Apple has doubled its business in October - December 2020 quarter (also referred as Apple's Q1 2021) in India. Watch this and more on News Blast.Also Read: Economic Survey: India's real economic growth to be 11% in FY22


BusinessToday.In
January 29, 2021
Speaking ahead of the commencement of Parliament's Budget Session, PM Modi noted that the day dots the outset of the Parliament session of a new decade that will chart out a bright future for India


Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, January 29, 2021
WEF Davos Agenda: India will supply many more COVID-19 vaccines to world, says PM Modi India will soon rollout many more coronavirus vaccines for the benefit of the world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said during his special address at World Economic Forum's Davos Agenda Summit on Thursday. The developments on vaccine front will rapidly change the economic scenario, he further stated. Airtel beats Jio in subscriber additions for 4th straight month; Voda-Idea continues to lose Bharti Air...


BusinessToday.In
January 28, 2021
Wooing corporate leaders attending the special address, PM Modi emphasised that India has implemented several reforms that have created conducive environment for business and investments


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 28, 2021
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that India not only managed to beat the COVID-19 crisis, but also helped over 150 countries in the process. Addressing the World Economic Forum's Davos Dialogue via video conference, PM Modi said that at the beginning of the pandemic, global experts had predicted that India would face a tsunami of coronavirus cases, but with the use of public participation and technology for testing and tracking, the country was able to turn the fight against COVID-19 into a mass movement. Watch the video for more.Also Read: WEF Davos Agenda: India will supply many more COVID-19 vaccines to world, says PM Modi


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 28, 2021
Agriculture minister of India, Narendra Singh Tomar, discussed ways to strengthen the agricultural infrastructure in India at the 51st World Economic Forum. Tomar talked about the government's efforts to deliver soil health cards to farmers and its emphasis on the R&D sector. He also added that a fund of Rs 1 lakh crore has been added to the Atmanirbhar Bharat package to strengthen the crops storage infrastructure and reduce post-harvesting losses. Watch the video for more.Also Read: WEF Davos Agenda LIVE: Industrial Revolution 4.0 to aid Atmanirbhar Bharat, says PM Modi


BusinessToday.In
January 28, 2021
With India's success, I am also assuring the world that the conditions on the economic front will also change rapidly now, PM Modi said during his address at WEF's Davos Agenda Summit


BusinessToday.In
January 28, 2021
We trained our human resources to fight coronavirus; Indian vaccines are saving lives around the world, says PM Modi


BusinessToday.In
January 28, 2021
WEF 2021: Dharmendra Pradhan says it's been policy of government to focus on reskilling and upskilling; Infosys CEO Salil Parekh says Indian tech major is making sure it's doing its bit by offering its new skilling platform to be used by all its workers and students across India


BusinessToday.In
January 27, 2021
Over 400 top industry leaders from across the globe will attend the session, where the PM Modi will talk about the 'Fourth Industrial Revolution - using technology for the good of humanity'


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