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Anuradha das mathur

Anuradha das mathur

Anuradha Das Mathur is Founding Dean of The Vedica Scholars Programme for Women, India's first management and personal growth program exclusively for women, and is also a Founder and Director of 9.9 Media - one of India’s fastest growing niche media companies.

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The V-WA 50 - awards to make women visible by celebrating their professional success
Business

The V-WA 50 - awards to make women visible by celebrating their professional success

"Women are 50 per cent of the population, make invaluable contributions in the world, and, increasingly, in their workplaces--but remain under-recognised and unsung. With V-WA 50, we are committed to changing this and 'making women visible'. By presenting strong role models for the generations to come, we will set the wheels of change in motion, irreversibly," said Anuradha Das Mathur, Founder of the Vedica Women's Alliance and the Vedica Scholars Programme for Women on the occasion of the V-WA 50 launch.

Steel sector to bounce back to robust growth in 2021
Business

Steel sector to bounce back to robust growth in 2021

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China continues to tighten its grip in Tibet, intensifies efforts to eradicate Dalai Lama from Tibetans' religious lives
International

China continues to tighten its grip in Tibet, intensifies efforts to eradicate Dalai Lama from Tibetans' religious lives

In the latest attempt to tighten its grip in Tibet, China is forcing the Tibetans to pay less attention to their religion and show more enthusiasm for president Xi Jinping and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), according to a report by The Economist.

US forces withdrawing from Afghanistan despite continued violence
International

US forces withdrawing from Afghanistan despite continued violence

The only element of the Afghan peace plan going according to schedule is the withdrawal of American forces as the Taliban have continued their attack on soldiers and civilians and are not serious for intra-Afghan dialogues, Economist reported.

India's GDP could soar by 20 per cent post lockdown, predicts Goldman Sachs
International

India's GDP could soar by 20 per cent post lockdown, predicts Goldman Sachs

India's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) could soar by 20 per cent in the third quarter of 2020, according to predictions by Goldman Sachs which have been stated by The Economist in a detailed story on Economic Lockdowns and their implications.

Job prospects for China's fresh graduates bleak as Red Dragon limps back to normalcy
International

Job prospects for China's fresh graduates bleak as Red Dragon limps back to normalcy

As China limps back to normalcy after COVID-19 outbreak, job prospects in the country seem to be truly bleak especially for the nine million students or so who are due to graduate in June.The Chinese leadership has been fearing that the graduates will enter the workforce as prospective employers mull lay-offs or hiring freezes.Last year, just over half of the entrants to China's urban workforce were university graduates.The magazine cited a survey of one million compes by Peking University's Guanghua School of Management and Zhaopin, a job-search site, which found that there were 30 per cent fewer openings in the first quarter compared with last year.Those for fresh graduates in finance fell by more than 50 per cent this spring, according to Boss Zhipin, another recruitment website --even as the number of final-year students searching for a job rose by half.

In COVID-19 lockdown, US reports surge in domestic violence
International

In COVID-19 lockdown, US reports surge in domestic violence

At a time when violent crimes, including murder, rape and assault, have plummeted owing some form of lockdown across the world to slow the spread of COVID-19, official figures cited by The Economist have shown a sharp rise in domestic violence--a crime committed in private, inside people's homes.

Stimulus, repo rate cut needed; as low demand stagnates growth
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Stimulus, repo rate cut needed; as low demand stagnates growth

A combination of stimulus measures along with fiscal discipline is prescribed to reinvigorate India's economy which is ailing with low demand, receding production and stagnant wages.

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