To understand how leaders in India are building business resilience, the ‘Cisco Idea Lab’ series by Cisco in association with CNBC-TV18, brought together industry leaders to gather their insights on how their companies are gearing up for the new normal and battling the impact of the COVID-19 crisis; what opportunities are driving their strategies; and what leadership will look like post the pandemic. This virtual episode features an esteemed panel of guests that include Sameer Garde - President, CISCO India & SAARC, Tarun Katial – CEO, ZEE5, Kewal Handa - Chairman, Union Bank of India, B Ashok – CEO, RRPCL, and K Ganesh - Serial Entrepreneur and Promoter, Portea Medical. … [Read more...] about Leadership in the new normal—CEO’s perspective
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Nagaland has recorded 732 COVID-19 cases, Chandigarh 539 and Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu together have reported 459 cases. Arunachal Pradesh reported 335 cases, Mizoram has 226 cases, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands has 156, Meghalaya has registered 207 infections so far, while Sikkim has recorded 134 cases. … [Read more...] about India’s COVID-19 tally reaches 8.2 lakh with 27,114 new cases, death toll climbs to 22,123
On the American Independence Day, July 4, Disney Plus (DisneyPlusHotstar in India) made history of sorts by releasing the film version of ‘impossible to get tickets’ Broadway show called Hamilton. As an ambitious college student, I wanted to write under a pen name ‘Publius’ and my mentor pointed me to The Federalist Papers (85 essays written by Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay under the pseudonym ‘Publius’). The essays are not an easy read, but the lofty ideals echoing in the words have made me a fan of the man who wrote like his life depended on it: Alexander Hamilton. … [Read more...] about In this lockdown, we’re writing our collective futures by understanding our past
Nicholas Burns is a university professor, columnist, lecturer and a former American diplomat. Currently, Burns is the Professor of the Practice of Diplomacy and International Relations at the Harvard Kennedy School. The 64-year-old from New York is also the founder and director of the Future of Diplomacy Project and Faculty Chair of the Project on the Middle East, and India and South Asia. … [Read more...] about Who is Nicholas Burns, the man Rahul Gandhi is interviewing next?
Rajbhar hopes to work with Maharashtra government to spruce up an old Mumbai institute, The Government Leather Working, which teaches the art of making products using leather. “It is in very bad shape. There are only four students, the roof leaks in the monsoon. But it has great potential. If we spruce it up, create a good curriculum and teach how to design using new eco-friendly materials, it will attract students, particularly from the communities that have traditionally worked in tanneries and leather businesses.” … [Read more...] about Sustainable luxury brand Chamar Studio redefines the word that is often seen as a slur