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Charge of the social brigade
Mumbai, Mar 8 (IBNS) Indian women not just lead the nation from the political forefront and corporate boardrooms but also on the social front. The social sector has no dearth for examples of women across cities, towns and villages and across all ages who have led and established successful social organizations......... (View)

Feature: The heart of giving
Mumbai, Jan 7 (IBNS) Despite criticism, the Indian philanthropy space is gaining rapid momentum and is certainly something to watch out for in the months to come. IBNS Mumbai Correspondent Namit Agarwal reports on how Indian billionaires can fare in the days to come........ (View)
India can lead in social innovation
Mumbai, Jan 5 (IBNS) Indian billionaires in the recent past have faced a lot of criticism for not giving enough and with the Gates-Buffet Indian tour inching closer, the air around philanthropy is heating up, according to a recently-released lecture series........ (Download pdf)
Cherie Blair to visit Mumbai
Mumbai, Dec 4 (IBNS) Cherie Blair, wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and founder of The Cherie Blair Foundation, is set to host a conference titled ‘Women Mean Business’ in Mumbai next  week....... (Download pdf)

Cherie Blair honours women entrepreneurs
Mumbai, Dec 8 (IBNS) Cherie Blair, wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and founder of The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, on Wednesday honoured young Indian women entrepreneurs cum students with The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and National Entrepreneurship Network (CBFWNEN) Fellowship in Mumbai........ (Download pdf)


Indian firms eye rural markets
Mumbai, Dec 8 (IBNS) Capturing the rural market and serving the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) is high on priority for most Indian companies now, according to industry people who attended a two-day Rural Marketing Congress here......... (Download pdf)





























Thrased On The Australian Soil
December 30, 2007 (theviewspaper.net) The Aussies thrashed Kumble’s boys by 337 runs to win the opening Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series on the fourth day at MCG on Saturday. India with their strong batting line up had set an historical-challenging 499 runs to win but collapsed dramatically later in the day to go down in one of their heaviest defeats...... (Download pdf)


To Strike Or Not To Strike
November 1, 2007 (theviewspaper.net) Two days and two consecutive bandhs! What message is the West Bengal government is sending to the rest of the country and the world. We have a CM who promises to take the state ahead on the path of development and industrialization but with the state collapsing to such imposing bandhs, the journey to development seems rough..... (Download pdf)


Uninsured in America
November 14, 2007 (theviewspaper.net) The number of people in the United States without any type of health insurance continued its steady climb in 2006, to 47 million uninsured. The share of the population without health coverage has grown over 2 percentage points since
2000, from 13.7% in 2000 to 15.8% in 2006 as per the reports by Economic Policy Institute.... (Download pdf)


Wings of Asia
November 3, 2007 (theviewspaper.net) Aviation industry in Asia is booming. The continent with a population of more than three billion people is the world’s fastest growing aviation market. Recent data shows that the numbers of passengers are expected to grow at a rate of 8% per year over the next five years. Industry experts have predicted that by the end of
2025 the aviation... (Download pdf)