No Country For Migrant Workers: Why India Is Unwilling To Acknowledge The Foundation Of Its Economy

The last few weeks, we have seen poignant images of migrants going back to their homes with whatever ways and means they could – on foot, in buses and now in trains. The estimates on current migration vary from 50 lakhs to 3 crores (1). The very fact that there is a wide range in the numbers shows the brazen neglect our migrant population has faced.

The Man Who Enabled Contactless Groceries For 100,000+ Households During The Lockdown

Pansari Group began its foray into the world of the grocery business in 1962 with a single shop aiming to serve people with the best quality products and a dream of creating our own identity.

Optimism And Opportunity — Quantivier Digs In For The Long Haul

Quantivier, an organization with interests in shared mobility, business consulting, lifestyle, and philanthropy has refused to be bogged down despite being severely hit by the crisis.

Lark Communications — Shaping The Social During Distancing

Interview with Vinay Bhartia, India Head, Lark communications on the companies vision and strategy for business in the post-pandemic world

The Limitless Scope Of Immersive Technologies In The Post-Pandemic World

With most physical experiences now a thing of the past, immersive technologies that induce virtual environments are setting up the structure for our new normal in the future.

Echoes Of 1984 In 2020: A Cautionary Tale About Total State Control

In the dystopian future envisaged by George Orwell in his novel 1984, the government dictated all aspects of the lives of its citizens.

The Stakes Have Never Been Higher For ModiNomics

How will the industry recover and when it emerges from this crisis, will it look completely different? The immediate impact has been cataclysmic, but there are also concerns growing over the future of the Indian economy.

The Impotence Of Being Small: Fate Of India’s MSMEs Amid The Lockdown

The most enduring image of the Coronavirus pandemic and ensuing lockdown in India is likely to be that of hundreds of migrant workers – desperate droves of scruffy men, women, and children – dotting the country’s highways as they set off for their homes on foot notwithstanding the scorching April heat or their ill-preparedness for the rigors of the journey ahead. It has almost been like witnessing a reverse replay of the Dust Bowl Exodus in the United States when, in the midst of the Great Depression, severe dust storms and drought caused millions to migrate to cities in search of work and livelihood.

Ready For Any Challenge Covid-19 Throws Delhi’s Way — Arvind Kejriwal

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal knows that life needs to go on because completely overpowering Covid-19 won’t be possible without a vaccine. Delhi government is confident it has the resources to manage any future challenges if and when the capital is allowed to reopen for business.

1,70,00,000 Indian SMEs To Shutdown…

This article examines whether the Indian SME sector would survive the disruption caused by the Covid 19 lockdown. Already struggling, Indian SMEs are faced with a Perfect Storm of converging trends. The government needs to step in to save the sector. SMEs too should learn to be resilient now.

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