‘Health Care Should Move Out of Hospitals'
Shobana Kamineni, executive vice chairperson, Apollo Hospitals, on the increasing competition in the pharmacy business, the importance of telemedicine post-Covid and why patient care, and not revenues, should be top priority
How Dabur Red has become a ₹1,000-crore toothpaste brand, and now threatens to dislodge No 2 Closeup
In The Big League
Starting out as an API player, Laurus Labs has broadened the scope of its businesses, improving its potential to emerge as a complete pharma company
Wellbeing in a Bottle
A bunch of young entrepreneurs is reinventing how the ancient wisdom of ayurveda can be made more palatable for newer generations
Turning The Tables
A number of health care startups has innovated to turn the tough business climate to their advantage
Doctors on Call
Can the explosive growth in telemedicine continue after the pandemic blows over?
Indian pharma’s dependence on Chinese imports can be reduced only by developing a domestic ecosystem that boosts and supports drug manufacturers
With patients staying away due to the panic created around contracting Covid-19, top hospitals are losing crores from postponement of elective surgeries and check-ups
Recovery Within Reach
A handful of startups are using technology and on-ground interventions to strengthen rural primary health care, but impact might be limited without government intervention
Work From Village
Many white-collar workers are ditching crowded and costly cities to work from the comfort of their villages and hometowns in the wake of the pandemic
Why Small Is Big, Once Again
As consumers downtrade and first-time buyers view cars as an antidote to public transport in a pandemic, Maruti gets back to what it would do best: Selling minis
THE FREEDOM TO LAUGH
Laughter has not made it to the list of endangered species yet, but runs the risk of it
‘This Is A Time For Leaders To Be Inclusive And Put People First'
Simon Taufel, former international umpire-turned-leadership coach, on how business professionals should steer their companies through the Covid-19 crisis
Learning Without Borders
The national education Policy opens doors for foreign universities to set up campus in India—a policy that has long been in limbo—but its success depends greatly on the next steps of implementation
As Covid-19 drives small businesses and startups to adopt technology solutions, small and mid-size IT players see growth by providing localised and value-for-money services
Hero MotoCorp has seen a sharp rebound on the back of strong rural sales. Can it sustain?
Most airlines are on the verge of crash-landing as the likes of SpiceJet, IndiGo and GoAir face acute losses due to the economic slowdown and Covid-induced lockdowns
The Freedom To Access Health Care
The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed the deep social and economic divisions that make access to affordable and quality health care a distant reality
The Freedom To Get An Education
Despite technological advancements, close to half the country’s children don’t have access to knowledge and learning, even when they go to schools
Here's to the Crazy Ones
How a clutch of online-first brands has disrupted the traditional way of doing business by shunning the herd mentality and listening to their heart
The Rural Network
Leveraging the potential of women self-help groups for economic revival calls for bridging the digital divide, building scalable programmes, and creating targeted interventions for the most vulnerable
‘We Are Urging Manufacturers To Set Up Operations Here'
Sajjan Jindal, chairman of JSW Group, on avoiding dependence on Chinese imports, the likelihood of the economy picking up from October and opportunities during the coronavirus crisis
As international sport resumes behind closed doors, players miss fans and vice-versa. But everyone is ready to roll with the new normal
‘WHISKY IS SHAPED BY WEATHER, FARMLAND, FUEL AND DEMAND'
Diageo’s Ewan Gunn deconstructs the differences between Scotland’s famed whisky-producing regions
Reliance Industries’ fund raising spree has pushed the stock to a lifetime high, taking its chairman’s net worth to $80 billion, making him the fifth richest in the world
LIC IPO: No Assurance Ahead
With dipping tax revenues, the government is starting the process for LIC’s listing in the face of headwinds such as asset quality concerns and an untested primary market
Go Global, Hire Local
India’s tech services giants have been ramping up local presence in the Us, their biggest market, and experts say the recent H-1b ban will be more of an irritant than a challenge in the long run
Big Hit Gets Hit Big
The company behind K-pop Sensation BTS is trying to keep Covid-19 from stopping the music
‘Responsible Capitalism Is Coming To The Fore'
Geeta Goel, country director, India, of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, talks about how the Covid-19 pandemic will affect impact investing in India
Women’s rights organisations are seeing a spurt in domestic violence cases during the lockdown. Activists demand a change in mindset and better implementation of existing laws to battle this global scourge