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science, space, mars, NASA

NASA's Curiosity rover makes a baffling oxygen discovery on Mars

NASA's Curiosity rover makes a baffling oxygen discovery on Mars

Jackson Ryan

diversity & inclusion, impact, adoption, India

India’s Adoption Policy Discriminative Against LQBTQIA+, 20 Million Kids Remain Without Family

India’s Adoption Policy Discriminative Against LQBTQIA+, 20 Million Kids Remain Without Family

Prashasti Awasthi & Anne-Sophie Schmidt

technology, startups, banking, financial services

Why Is Every Tech Company A Bank These Days?

Why Is Every Tech Company A Bank These Days?

Alex Wilhelm

technology, children, literature

Superhero or Supervillain? Technology’s Role Changes Comic Books

Superhero or Supervillain? Technology’s Role Changes Comic Books

George Gene Gustines

funding, investment, startups

Anti-Portfolio | If a team is strong and has first-mover advantage in a sector with potential, it is worth betting on

Anti-Portfolio | If a team is strong and has first-mover advantage in a sector with potential, it is worth betting on

Dinesh Goel

jobs, impact, India

Indian start-ups can create 12 lakh direct jobs by 2025

Indian start-ups can create 12 lakh direct jobs by 2025

IANS

impact, poverty alleviation, development strategies

Why the bottom-up approach to eradicating poverty might not work. Big picture reforms will eradicate poverty, not small tweaks to programmes that botique RCTs provide.

Why the bottom-up approach to eradicating poverty might not work. Big picture reforms will eradicate poverty, not small tweaks to programmes that botique RCTs provide.

Ajay Chibber

economy, ratings, India

Upgrade post demonetisation, downgrade post tax cuts⁠— Moody's mood swings expose the economist’s inertia

Upgrade post demonetisation, downgrade post tax cuts⁠— Moody's mood swings expose the economist’s inertia

Sriram Iyer

economy, future of work, India

India’s RCEP dilemma: To be in, or not to be in. India is, in effect, saying, that it would be part of the RCEP if its concerns are addressed. there are clear gains for India but concerns are legitimate too

India’s RCEP dilemma: To be in, or not to be in. India is, in effect, saying, that it would be part of the RCEP if its concerns are addressed. there are clear gains for India but concerns are legitimate too

Rajeev Kher & Harsha Vardhan Singh

gender equality, funding & investment

Protecting Women Will Make You Money

Protecting Women Will Make You Money

Rikha Sharma Rani

media

To Stop Fake News, Online Journalism Needs a Global Watchdog

To Stop Fake News, Online Journalism Needs a Global Watchdog

Christophe Deloire

technology

AI could be a disaster for humanity. A top computer scientist thinks he has the solution

AI could be a disaster for humanity. A top computer scientist thinks he has the solution

Kelsey Piper

climate change, impact

Climate crisis: 11,000 scientists warn of ‘untold suffering’

Climate crisis: 11,000 scientists warn of ‘untold suffering’

Damian Carrington

entrepreneurship

Ratan Tata, the 81-year-old tycoon has a message for young startups, entrepreneurs

Ratan Tata, the 81-year-old tycoon has a message for young startups, entrepreneurs

Ravi Prakash Kumar

funding & investment, fundraising

Hack your Fundraise!

Hack your Fundraise!

Gagan Goyal

gender equality, diversity & inclusion, board diversity

Gender diversity aids corporate governance

Gender diversity aids corporate governance

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