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Tarun Bhardwaj

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International Tiger Day: Increasing numbers should encourage conservation, habitat restoration, says Pradip Shah

Tiger day: The conservation of tigers and their natural habitats is crucial to maintain the health and diversity of an ecosystem.

International Tigers day, tigers day, Kanha national park, pench tiger reserve, sariska, ramtek, conservation of tigers natural habitat , biodiversity

Technology playing very vital role in student housing segment: Ankit Gupta, CEO OYO India & South Asia, Frontier Business

In terms of the market, as per industry estimates out of the 40 million students in higher education, around 11.5 million are mobile students.

Oyo Campus, students housing, covid-19, hostels, college students accommodation,

Book Review | Life is all about questioning, getting answers and moving forward: Jindagi-Muft…Ya Samvedansheel

The book by Sampat Saraswat Bamanwali takes the readers through author’s life accounts and poignancy of social issues supported by him and his foundation

book review, Sampat Saraswat Bamanwali, Jindagi-Muft…Ya Samvedansheel

Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the need for digital education and online learning: Vikas Gupta, MD, Wiley

'The Covid-19 pandemic continues to disrupt the global economy, and this has directly impacted the job scenarios across sectors and industries.'

EdTech, online education, digital education, online learning, global pandemic Covid-19, Wiley, WileyNXT, mthree

The Protein Week: ‘Consumers are becoming more conscious of their food choices’

'The current Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted an unprecedented challenge to the public health infrastructure, food systems and work life balance.'

protein week, physical health, IPSOS, nutrition, immunity, wellness, covid-19 pandemic

Domestic tourism continues to be the driving factor for travel industry’s recovery: Aviral Gupta, Zostel

'Safety, security, and local support remain the top inquiries for most bookings. All these have particularly become synonymous with "Revenge Travel", with people being cautiously optimistic and planning their next travel dest

Travel tourism, zostel hotels, zostel bookings online, Aviral Gupta, Zostel Homes, Manali, Panchgani, Dharamsala, Spiti, Wayanad

Definite growth in the ayurvedic wellness industry all through the pandemic: Param Bhargava, KEHPL

As per a report by Research and Markets, the Ayurveda market in India was valued at INR 300 billion in 2018 and is expected to reach INR 710.87 billion by 2024.

Ayurveda products, pandemic, Covid-19, immunity boosters, food supplements, Param Bhargava, KEHPL, Khadi Essentials, TAC

Covid testing tech pilot by Ease of Doing Business starting at Delhi and Mumbai airports; Check details

'The test has two EU CE-IVD authorizations, one from Belgium and one from Spain. It is also in the process of getting US FDA authorization.'

Covid-19 testing, RT-PCR, Delhi airports, Mumbai airport, ease of doing business, ASSAR, Abhijeet Sinha

Strengthen 3-tier healthcare system by pouring more resources into PHCs: Sanjay Aggarwal, President, PHDCCI

'The Covid-19 pandemic has been a harsh reality-check and has exposed the gaps of overall healthcare system across the world.'

Covid-19 pandemic, Corona third wave, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, PHDCCI, AYUSH, Covishield, Covaxin, Sanjay Aggarwal

What is ECMO and how it saved many young lives during Covid-19’s second wave? Dr Rajesh Mohan Shetty explains

'ECMO will be a saviour for at least some of those patients who are suitable for this treatment option. Hopefully the 3rd wave will not come.'

ECMO, Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation, COVID pandemic, Catheter, ECMO side effects, Dr Rajesh Mohan Shetty, Manipal Hospital

‘To reach 2.5% of GDP spend, healthcare sector does not need a gradual but a quantum jump’

On the slow pace of vaccination Mishra did mention supply bottlenecks, vaccine hesitancy & ability to reach the arm as the primary reasons but at the same time sounded optimistic that if we become more methodical, India has t

Adding on to Mishra comments, Dr Lal also said that for the government to reach this magic figure of 2.5% of GDP by 2025, there needs to be additional spend of 1.2 lakh crore on heath every year.

To tackle looming Covid-19 3rd wave, hospitals are expediting bed turnover rate by going paperless; Here’s how

Now with the fear of a third wave looming over us, we need to take stock of how the sector is preparing itself for any future eventuality.

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Covid-19 temporarily halted education system; Shift to remote online learning here to stay: Swati Ganguly, Edufiq

'Closures of more than 1.5 million schools and other learning spaces have been impacted. Even when the schools reopen, providing a safe environment to the students will remain a priority to the management.'

Indian education system, Online education, Edtech tools, e-textbooks, CBSE, Swati Ganguly, Edufiq

Pandemic halts big fat weddings! Post-covid, destination & luxury weddings to get even bigger: Wedding experts

'The most trending thing right now is residential weddings, even with fewer people, the hosts want to celebrate to the fullest, hence they choose to shift to hotels within the city.'

Indian weddings, big fat weddings, wedding trends, destination weddings, residential weddings, luxury weddings, Ritin Kumar, Sagar Kumar, CineLove Productions

Transformation in education from teaching-led learning to guided learning: Sunder Malyandi, Sahaj Software

'According to the 2018 Horizon report on higher Education, experts suggest that the application of Artificial Intelligence will grow by 43% in the year 2018-2022.'

Edtech Industry in India, automation, machine learning, covid-19, Data & AI, AR/VR solutions, Sunder Malyandi, Sahaj Software

Post-pandemic, there will be more nature based healing solutions for specific needs: Clelia Cecilia Angelon, Surya Brasil

'The most pertinent problem we discovered at the onset was that many people did not realise that using chemical-laden products might give immediate results, but are harmful in the long run.'

Ayurvedic wellness products, Covid-19 pandemic, toxins, Surya Brasil, whole Foods, Sprouts, Vitamin Shoppe, Amazon, Clelia Cecilia Angelon,

Intelligent ventilators crucial last mile technology in saving patient lives: Devang Lakhia, Hamilton Medical

'Covid-19 revealed gaps in healthcare infrastructure across the world and not just India alone. However, India, despite its limited infrastructure and large population, saw doctors and healthcare workers put up a brave fight.

intelligent ventilators, Devang Lakhia, Hamilton India, oxygenation, Adaptive Supportive Ventilation, ASV Covid-19, hypoxemia, hyperoxemia,

The future of the workplace will bring in an era of flexibility: Mohit Anand, MD, Kellogg South Asia

' The pandemic has taught us all that challenges will come and go but our people will continue to stay with us long after.'

future of the workplace, pandemic, employee survey, flexible work environment, Mohit Anand, Kellogg South Asia

World Population Day 2021: Need to work on women’s access to health services, says Divya Santhanam, Population Foundation of India

In an exclusive conversation with Financial Express Online Divya Santhanam, Senior State Programme Manager, Population Foundation of India talked about the issue and this year's theme on raising awareness around women's and g

With safety and hygiene protocols, Salon-at-home Industry growing rapidly amidst Pandemic: Mayank Arya, Co-founder, Yes Madam 

'There were safety concerns for home services that will be reduced with the phased unlocking of lockdown restrictions.'

salon at home, service industry, beauty parlour at home, yes madam, covid-19, pandemic

Healthcare digitization should be aimed at value addition: Jayshree Seth, Corporate Scientist, 3M

In an email interview with Financial Express Online, Jayshree Seth, Corporate Scientist, 3M highlights how the pandemic has changed the perception towards science. Excerpts:

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Skills gap that plagued the job market has further widened and poses a major challenge: Deepa Param Singhal, Oracle Asia Pacific

Approximately 70% of the surveyed organizations shared that the single biggest concern for continued remote working is fall in productivity. Organizations are embracing new ways of working with no other choice left.

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IIM Ahmedabad launches Centre for Leadership & Organisational Development; Meet Prof. Vishal Gupta, Chairperson of new IIMA centre

'The Ashank Desai centre for leadership and organisational development is getting initiated into its activities at this crucial juncture and we hope that it will be able to create and disseminate knowledge that is relevant, c

IIM Ahmedabad, IIMA, IIM-A, Indian institute of management Ahmedabad, Ashank Desai Centre of Leadership and Organisational Development, Prof. Vishal Gupta

Automation, new-age contact center solutions helping patients avail healthcare facilities: Amit Gandhi, NovelVox

Integration of contact centre solutions further enable personalized assistance for each patient. Even before a call is answered, all details like patient medical history or records are displayed on their desktops.

Healthcare Automation, healthcare patient contact center solutions, EPIC, Cerner, Aetna, Coronavirus, Covid-19 pandemic, Amit Kumar Gandhi, NovelVox

Businesses need to align with govt, start focusing and moving towards sustainable approach: Janda Campos, Grundfos

With rising temperatures across the world, the need to provide cooling in cities without overburdening urban power grids and in turn further contributing to climate change has gained momentum.

climate change, water conservation, water bodies, Janda Campos, UN Sustainability goals, Grundfos, Injambakkam , C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group

Covid-19, workations and what will it take to revive travel? An elite panel of tourism experts discusses

'Leisure travel has been understandably at a standstill for the last two months so business has been adversely affected. Our focus has been in helping our community navigate through this crisis.'

covid-19 impact on travel, workations, Arun Bagaria, TravClan, Ankush Nijhawan, TBO Group, Nijhawan Group, Hari Ganapathy, Pickyourtrail, Vivek Anand, Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority, Michael Pargal Lyngdoh. Tripoto

Increasing focus on holistic wellbeing, immunity has brought changes in dietary choices: Praveen Chirania

Fake supplements usually contain banned substances such as steroids, harmful chemicals, and spurious ingredients and are similar to authentic ones in colour and texture too, causing permanent damage to the body.

Fitness, muscle strength, fake health supplement, immunity
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