The rapid spread of Covid-19 across the world has caught countries off guard with 57 people per one million population succumbing to the virus.
NITI Aayog, in association with Agami and Omidyar Network India, brought together key stakeholders in a meeting for advancing Online Dispute Resolution(ODR) in India.
The welfare and economic growth of a nation is highly dependent upon the accessibility of its citizenry to financial products and services.
The Covid-19 pandemic has emerged as a serious threat to our health, economy and social life, which gets minimized substantially by simply wearing a mask at workplaces and in public spaces.
Five months into 2020 and thanks to Covid-19 the India economy is in a catastrophic tailspin. The novel coronavirus can cause severe respiratory problems and in more complicated cases, prove to be fatal; unfortunately, the disease has affected economies similarly.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought to heel the most powerful nations in the world and ground life to a standstill. India too is currently in Lockdown 4.0 and struggling to combat the spread of the virus.
Today the world is experiencing an uncomfortable and eerie stillness. The only thing that is rapidly changing is the number of Covid-positive cases and associated mortality.
So far, our policy response to the Covid-19 outbreak has been based on the principle of 'safe living', with precedence on the health and well-being of people.
The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted business of most sectors around the world. At 13.46, the World Pandemic Uncertainty Index by IMF for Q1 2020 is comfortably higher than all other pandemics in the last twenty years.
Lockdown for India was both a historic and necessary step for countering the spread of the virus. In the meantime, the government undertook many initiatives to defend the country against covid-19.
At this hour of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) chaos and unease, social distancing is one of the primary measures taken by nations to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sustainable development is the practice of improving human life while protecting the environment—is perhaps the most important and the most formidable long-term challenge that the world faces.
Teaching entrepreneurship to students enrolled in the undergraduate or postgraduate courses is widely debated, especially for the students who choose to pursue branches of engineering or management as their major.