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January 2013

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 30 jan 2013

India needs to grow with quality & development. Role of Central Bank should be more directed towards the real economy (with human emphasis) then just be responsive to the financial sector. India should work towards progressive taxation policy & stronger social security. It should have better education, nutrition & health policies for the growing youth population. Utilize technology to alleviate socio-economic inequality. Read on...

Economic Times: Inter-connectedness in financial markets can liberate capital flow - Robert Johnson, INET
Author: N. P. Ullekh

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 29 jan 2013

Value of 'Generic Pharmaceutical' industry in the Indian context means affordable healthcare for the majority of population. The recent step taken by the government to provide essential medicines free of charge in public healthcare facilities is towards universalization of healthcare in India. To strengthen and grow the domestic generic pharmaceutical industry government should design proactive supportive policies for the producers as well as for the investors. Read on...

Live Mint: Saving the health of an industry
Author: Biswajit Dhar

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 28 jan 2013

'Machine-to-Machine (M2)' deployments in India have both opportunities & challenges. Connected devices hold great benefits for both rural & urban populace, but lack of standards & interoperability are main issues. In rural India health, education & skill enhancement have great potential. Automotive industry is utilizing it while opportunities in power sector are high. Read on...

ZDNet Asia: India urged to address M2M fragmentation
Author: Swati Prasad

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 27 jan 2013

India's research in the field of medicine and health should focus on the local needs & should seek implementation & commercialization in the local markets. 60% of the research exists only on paper & doesn't get applied. Read on...

the pioneer: India needs to prioritize research infrastructure
Author: NA

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 27 jan 2013

Brief analysis of a 'Happy Indian' personality. Do Indians have extraordinary ability to be satisfied & remain contended? Are they less 'driven' in their worldly pursuits? Do they play safe & are less risk takers? Read on...

The Global Times: Happy Indian mentality keeps on rising
Author: Shastri Ramachandaran

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 22 jan 2013

'State of Electronics Manufacturing in India'- Enabling policies & regulatory framework is needed to fulfill the US$400b prospect in 2020 for the sector. NPE (National Policy on Electronics) is recently introduced; development of new electronics manufacturing clusters; Electronics Development Fund for research & innovation etc. Segments for high potential are medical electronics, telecom equipment, IT manufacturing, power & renewable energy. Read on...

iGovernment: An overview of opportunities in Electronics Manufacturing in India
Author: NA

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 22 jan 2013

'India, MDG'15 & Beyond'- India should work towards balancing & aligning the next generation of Millennium Development Goals with internal & domestic development. Moreover proactive participation in the formative stages of the future global development goals & having an assertive international diplomacy is imperative to sustain India's leadership aspirations in the global platforms. Read on...

The Hindu: India must get in on the ground floor
Authors: Shailey Hingorani, Rohan Mukherjee

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 18 jan 2013

'The Business of Indian Healthcare'- PE funds invest 4 times in primary healthcare in 2012 ($520m in '12, $137m in '11, expected $1b in '13); Franchise model with replication of hi-tech & equipped clinics; Better potential for quick returns; Changing dynamics in big cities (phasing out of family doctors); No limit to foreign ownership in healthcare sector. Read on...

Business Standard: PE pours money into India health care
Author: NA

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 18 jan 2013

President Pranab Mukherjee suggests- revolution in Indian healthcare system; self reliance; attract foreign investments; use ICT to facilitate delivery; expand public healthcare system; encourage private investments & public private partnerships in the healthcare sector. Read on...

NewsTrackIndia: Time has come for Indian healthcare system to revolutionize itself - Mukherjee
Author: NA

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 18 jan 2013

India's digitization process will lead to convergence across different media and will assist in development by creating connectivity, linkages & opportunities for all thus bridging the rural-urban divide. Read on...

ZDNet Asia: Digitization a win-win for India govt, ecosystem
Author: Swati Prasad

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 17 jan 2013

The story of an online education start-up in India. Formed in the IIT-Bombay campus & is a result of student-academia partnership. Intends to serve the students in schools with customized learning products. Read on...

The Hindu: Making education 'e'-asy!
Author: Venkatesh Ganesh

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 17 jan 2013

Can education facilitate social change towards gender equality in India? Examples from around the world seems to suggest so. Education can play a very important role in bringing change in society's thinking & views for the better social norms. Read on...

Brookings: Promoting Gender Equality through Education in India
Author: Rebecca Winthrop

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 16 jan 2013

'IMF on India's Financial Sector'- Regulatory & supervisory regime is well developed; prominent role of the govt. leads to misallocation of funds resulting in constrained growth; increase access to pvt. sources of capital; enhance autonomy of regulatory agencies; reduce large exposures & related-party lending limits in banks; assure enhanced compliance by corporations; stronger valuation & solvency requirements in insurance. Read on...

The Times of India: Despite progress India's financial sector vulnerable - IMF
Author: NA

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 16 jan 2013

'CyberSecurity India'- DRDO is working on exclusively Indian operating system to secure its critical infrastructure from cyber vulnerabilities. Read on...

ZDNet Asia: India developing own OS to boost cybersecurity
Author: Ellyne Phneah

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 15 jan 2013

'India's Science, Technology & Innovation Policy (STI 2013)'- Encourage R&D output; Create infrastructure for R&D & skill development; Focus on innovation; Facilitate private sector involvement in R&D for societal benefits & share risks; Enhance public & political understanding of science; Put India among top 5 global scientific power by 2020 (EIU ranks India at 54th in Global Innovation Index out of 82 countries); Encourages research in new areas like biotech, earth & atmosphere science, life science. Read on...

IDSA: India's New Science Policy is about Innovation
Author: Ajey Lele

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 15 jan 2013

Taiwanese Nobel Laureate, Yuan Tseh Lee says: "There can be no sustainable future of the world without a sustainable Asia, and no sustainable Asian future without a sustainable India. The time for sustainable transformation must begin today and India can take the leadership". Read on...

NewsTrackIndia: India can lead in sustainability development - Nobel laureate
Author: NA

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 14 jan 2013

'Disaster Management Drugs'- Indian scientists have come up with 16 drugs to tackle the emergency situations arising due to chemical, biological, radiological & nuclear incidents. Read on...

The Hindu: Indian scientists devise 16 disaster management drugs
Author: NA

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 14 jan 2013

'E-9'- is a group of world's 9 most populous nations (Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Nigeria & Pakistan) that have come together on the goal 'Education For All' to share experiences, best practices and plan for the future. In the recently concluded meeting they have come up with a plan 'inclusive & quality education for all'. The need for sufficient investment in education; improve quality, efficiency & relevance of education; focus on improvements in both primary & higher education as both are inter-related etc are issues to be tackled soon. Partnerships of all types have to be considered to overcome the odds. Read on...

University World News: Growing access without investing in quality won't work
Author: Ranjit Goswami

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 13 jan 2013

'Skills & Employability'- Govt of India's targets (imparting teaching skills to 500million by 2022); Construction industry (potential labor shortage of 170-180million by 2022); similar issues with other industries & sectors. Institutions are churning out graduates but how many have the skills for employability? Who's responsibility? The answer may lie with public private partnerships (PPP) to tackle the issue for India's development. Read on...

Forbes: Developing Skills in a Developing World
Author: Veronica Borgonovi

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 13 jan 2013

'Is India Making the Right Moves?'- Anil Agarwal, industrialist & entrepreneur, shares his view on how India can utilize its potential to grow, develop and succeed. Suggests 5 critical drivers- private enterprise, exploration of natural resources, manufacturing, tourism & simplified regulatory & approval mechanisms. Read on...

The Times of India: Unlocking India's potential
Author: Anil Agarwal

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 13 jan 2013

Although Internet access is critical to learn, earn, connect & find opportunities, its use by females in developing nations is limited and they are lagging behind says a report. India was one of the nations considered for the study. Read on...

Reuters: Women in India, other developing countries lag in Internet use - Intel report
Author: Susan Heavey

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