Chetan Maini, who developed India's first-ever commercial electric car, the Reva, writes about how to harness the full power of the sun for clean energy.
If the rains fail, so does our crops. How does one move beyond the over dependence on rains as many other countries have done? Professor M.S. Swaminathan, renowned geneticist and father of the Indian Green Revolution, shares his thoughts.
Ranjeev C. Dubey, Managing Partner, N South, Advocates, outlines what must be done to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor over the next 25 years.
Despite India's honourable commitments to emission control under the COP21 talks at Paris, coal will continue to remain its largest source of energy to power its economic growth over the next 25 years.
Reetika Khera, Associate Professor, Humanities and Social Sciences Dept, IIT-Delhi, says with India gaining strength, both economically and geo-politically, we can now achieve 100% social security.
R.S. Sodhi, MD of Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation, suggests the way forward as India continues to be on the lookout for the next breakthrough in agricultural produce and productivity.
India might still be primarily Pakistan-and-China focused, but tomorrow's enemy may not necessarily be the proximate enemy. Admiral Arun Prakash, former Chief of Naval Staff and former Chairman, Chiefs of Staff Committee, outlines how to prepare for the new adversary.
Sanjeev Duggal, CEO & Director, Centum Learning, a skilling company with presence in 21 countries, writes on how to change India's skills landscape.
Prakash Singh, former DGP of UP and BSF, who leads a movement for police reforms, explains how to create a professional, well-trained, equipped, and motivated police force.
Vinod Rai, former CAG of India and Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of South Asian Studies, in the National University of Singapore, explains how the revamp can make India future-ready.
Robyn Norton of Global Health; James Martin of Oxford; and Professor Vivekananda Jha of George Institute of Public Health, on improving healthcare facilities in the remotest areas of the country.
Financial inclusion is not just about having a bank account for everyone in the society. It is about creating an ecosystem that enables and encourages people to use financial instruments in their everyday life.
Without doubt, if this generation needs to make the world a better place to live for future generations, clean air has to be our biggest priority. Environmentalist and activist Sunita Narain, Director General, Centre for Science and Environment, exhorts, it's now or never.
India should reinvigorate its pursuit of the democratisation of the international order replacing the post-World War II order with one that represents, more truly, the global realities of the times.
The WHO representative to India, Dr. Henk Bekedam, suggests ways to marry national and state priorities to bring quality health care to every Indian citizen.
Technology entrepreneur and investor Jack Hidary, who was CEO of Dice.com and now the Chairman of Samba Energy, suggests a template for a brand new Smart City and says India should avoid making the mistakes of the West.
Julio Ribeiro, one of India's most feted police officers, a former commissioner of Mumbai Police, and former director general of Punjab Police during the era of militancy in that state, looks at what needs to be done to make the police in India fit for the next 25 years.
K. Srinath Reddy, President, Public Health Foundation of India, looks at the way ahead for universal health insurance in India.
Karin Wanngard, Mayor of Stockholm, deliberates on how to transform an old city into a Smart City? the Stockholm way.
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It would be a travesty if India's economic growth were to be a prisoner of an antiquated tax regime, multiple and over-lapping tax structures and corrupt compliance officials.
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