In order to meet its goal to use 100% organic cotton by 2025, global Luxury group Kering recognized that full awareness of...

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An article on the state of unorganized agriculture in India makes a case for building out a more robust food retail supply...

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According to a 2002 census, over 55 million rural familiies in India are below the poverty line. The Census identifies Bihar, Uttar...

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Karnataka-based healthcare consultancy and NGO, Suddanand Healthcare, has created partnerships with MFIs in the state to provide micro healthcare services. By paying...

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Mark Stoleson, CEO of Legatum, a Dubai-based investor in the Indian microfinance industry, insists that the Indian government must act immediately if...

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The Indian government is set to add 17,000 MW of renewable-based power generation capacity between 2012 and 2017, an investment of close...

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XLRI Ties Up With SCU

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India’s XLRI, School of Business and Human Resources, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Santa Clara University in the United States....

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Sachin Joshi, the Deputy Director of the Confederation of Indian Industry’s Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development, discusses six important strategies for...

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Rotary International reports on Jhoole, an Indian social enterprise that helps women weavers internationally market their hand-woven goods. The organization offers the...

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In seeking to promote organic farming in Gujarat, inmates in a Western Gujarati prison are being trained in organic cultivation including the...

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The World Bank recently approved $162.7 million for livelihoods projects in 17 districts of Rajasthan in India. The funds will help the...

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Policy Innovations presents Just Business' discussion on how technology can make global health profitable. As part of a series on global business...

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India’s National Rural Livelihoods Project (NRLP) is set to receive $1 million in credit from the World Bank to strengthen the implementation...

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An organic farming conference is to be held at the end of June in Bihar, India. The conference will bring together 60...

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An Israeli designer has created a green toilet for Indian slums. The toilets are designed to use minimal water, hold waste for...

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The Indian government is closer to placing a cap on interest rates for microfinance institutions. The bill will likely be put forth...

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Rising foods prices have led the Indian government to consider opening its retail market to foreign supermarket chains such as Wal-Mart, Tesco,...

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Through his non-profit organization, GOONJ, Anshu Gupta has developed a new value chain for clothes and materials, which channels discarded and donated...

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Azim Premji, the Chairman of Wipro, is donating $2 billion to the Azim Premji Trust, which will channel funds to educational and...

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Global financial and education company McGraw-Hill Companies and Indian IT service provider Wipro are partnering to “develop mConnect, a mobile learning platform...

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The Hindu discusses challenges for farmers in actually reaping the benefits of sales of perishable commodities such as fruits and vegetables. In...

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A SARAS Exhibition in Kashmir brought 550 self-help groups together to showcase their handmade products. Products on display included handicrafts, textiles, artwork,...

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Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal has said “India is ready to improve the quality of life of the common through e-Governance services”. His...

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In a Wall Street Journal Mint column, marketing and media editor, Shuchi Bansal, explores new developments in the distribution of products and...

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Tata Power, part of India’s Tata Group, is increasingly exploring ways to develop distributed energy networks for India. The company expects its...

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A recent study showed that between 2004 and 2009, Indian villages with internet kiosks that provided information on prenatal and postnatal care...

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