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Forbes India

28 September, 2018


Podcast: The road ahead for Bajaj Auto
Bajaj Auto is today the world's third largest motorcycle company, but what will it take for Rajiv Bajaj to get closer to India's largest?




Cross Border


Healthtech Special

  • Healthcare for all: Accelerating to a healthy future

    The time has come for India to build a robust health care system with heavy infusion of technologies to ensure equitable access to all citizens

  • Utkrisht bond: Improving private health care

    Is outcome-based financing the right cure for maladies like high maternal mortality? Results of Utkrisht, a development impact bond launched in Rajasthan, will tell

  • Putting health back in health care

    Technology can help break existing inefficient processes to improve access, quality and affordability

  • Epharmacies: Click to heal

    The market for epharmacies is substantial but evolving a profitable business model will take time

  • Gramin Healthcare: What the doctor ordered

    A combination of telemedicine and on-the-ground presence, along with an asset-light model, are helping Gramin Healthcare scale its primary health care model in rural areas

  • The 3D fine print

    3D printing is making advances in health care by preparing doctors for complicated cases and customising solutions for patients. But there's a long way to go before it becomes the standard procedure for treatment

  • What did the AI say?

    Healthtech startups in India are using artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to bring health care services to underserved and unserved areas


Tycoons of Tomorrow

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