Make in India, Chartering the growth trajectory
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Make in India, Chartering the growth trajectory

When Narendra Modi made a historic ‘Make in India’ speech on Independence Day last year, we got to know that the man means business; and a few months later, he exhibited his grit by launching the initiative with much fanfare in the presence of business stalwarts like Mukesh Ambani, Cyrus Mistry, Kumar Mangalam Birla and Azim Premji. It is indeed India’s most ambitious plan to boost manufacturing in the country till date. Besides, building an infrastructural strength the initiative also has fashioned a digital network to make India a global hub for manufacturing of goods like cars, softwa

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NOIDA on a development spree
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NOIDA on a development spree

NOIDA is witnessing a laudable change in its entire urban eco-system under the leadership of Rama Raman, the Chairman and CEO of NOIDA Authority. It is shaping up into a world-class Smart City with state-of-the-art facilities and sound social, economic and institutional infrastructure. The city is spread over 20,316 hectare, a pollution-free zone and constitute an ideal industrial township equipped with non-stop power supply, clean water, a green cover and splendid residential complexes. It is one of the largest industrial townships of Asia located at the intersection of the Western and Easter

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John Nash
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John Nash

When a kid received a ‘B’ grade in the arithmetic class of fourth standard, the teacher shared with his mother that the kid couldn’t do his work well, and was socially awkward and immature. His mother declared that he is unconventional and finds his own way to solve problems. The kid grew up and in his Master’s degree program, when fellow students found him dull and reclusive, his Professor of Mathematics, Richard Duffin, declared that “This man is a genius”. After joining Princeton University, this man sought an interview with Albert Einstein to explain the errors in the general

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Mers Outbreak in Asia
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Mers Outbreak in Asia

A deadly Mers outbreak has been reported in South Korea claiming several lives. Though cases have been confirmed in 25 countries in the Middle East, Europe and Asia, two new countries joined the list in May 2015: China and South Korea. A total of 122 cases have been reported in South Korea, which is the largest outside Saudi Arabia, where it was reported the first time in 2012, and from where the disease gets its name. Hong Kong and China had earlier been infected by Sars in 2002 and 2003, when 750 people were killed and thousands were affected. Mers is a similar disease, and has infected 1,1

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AsiaOne Global Asian of the Year 2018
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AsiaOne Global Asian of the Year 2018

AsiaOne Global Indian of the Year 2018 URS-AsiaOne has been consistently highlighting the real people behind the world’s growth engines: People who work on the base, who create that platform which the rest of the world uses to build their structures – business, social and political. They are primus inter pares: other leaders look up to them for guidance and inspiration. AsiaOne Global Asian of the Year 2018 (Trademarked) Under AsiaOne’s Intellectual Property Right (IPR) – AsiaOne Global Asian of the Year (GAOY), we feature those who are exclusive, exceptional and extraordinary. The le

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Building a Strong Bilateral Culture
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Building a Strong Bilateral Culture

The leading men of both India & UAE have often seen greeting each other with warm series of hugs, vigorous double-fisted handshakes and smiles at their visits to each other’s territory. With the recent visit of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, a lot is expected to propel the ties with India to a higher level. Though India and the UAE have had historical and close ties, no Indian Prime Minister had visited the Emirates in over three decades, the last one being by the then Prime Minister Late Indira Gandhi

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Lending the Hand that Cares
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Lending the Hand that Cares

Sustainability is no longer just a buzzword. Businesses around the world are realizing the benefits from embedding it in their operations. Every company which incorporates Corporate Social responsibilty as its operations has to evolve the practices at regular intervals. As an engine of social progress, CSR has helped companies live up to their responsibilities as global citizens and local neighbors in a fast-changing world. Acting in a socially responsible manner is more than just an ethical duty for a company, it is something that simply means giving back to the society. WHEN A MARCH BECOMES

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AsiaOne 40 Under 40 Most Influential Asians
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AsiaOne 40 Under 40 Most Influential Asians

AsiaOne 40 Most Influential Asians Under 40 is a prestigious annual selection of the most prominent personalities globally. This list is entirely made of those who have made an indelible mark for other leaders to follow and generations to admire! To be held on 12th February 2020, Bangkok, Thailand. 40 is an age of achievements, maturity and triumphs – both at personal and professional levels. Through our “AsiaOne 40 Most Influential Asians Under 40” IPR, we do not highlight the wealth of our candidates. That is not the sole factor of success any more. Of course, we calculate the extent

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R.I.P. Lee Kuan Yew
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R.I.P. Lee Kuan Yew

During Lee’s more than three decades’ rule, Singapore transformed into the most prosperous nation in Southeast Asia. Young and Dynamic Lee Harry Lee Kuan Yew was born on September 16, 1923 in a wealthy English-educated Chinese family that had resided in Singapore since the 19th century. Lee studied first at Singapore’s Raffles College (now National University of Singapore), excelled in the examinations, and went to England to study Law at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge University, where he graduated with double starred first-class honours in Law. Lee married a fellow Singaporean student

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Education in the Middle East and India
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Education in the Middle East and India

“Education is not only a fundamental human right but perhaps the most necessary element of development of any nation” - Dr Wasil Appointed Chairman of the CBSE Gulf Council, received the President’s Teacher Award, awarded a Fellowship for research at Cambridge, received the Sharjah Economic Excellence Award as CEO, felicitated at various forums, recognized as a key note speaker at diverse education conferences – these are some tangible outcomes of the meaningful and constructive role that Dr Farooq Wasil, CEO of Goldline Education, has played in his 30 years as an educator contributing

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