Not only are we creating surveillance mechanisms that record and trail, but executing exchange, accounting and payment mechanisms that self-create these trails
In 2012, India lost over $12 billion in GDP to vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Scaling up core micronutrient interventions would cost less than $574 million per year, the World Bank says.
What is stopping the Indian Railways from adopting technological solutions in this day and age to ensure infrastructure and human errors don't cause fatal accidents?
The two organisations in the midst of a succession crisis together represent the entire spectrum of corporate India, and are a testimony to strong traditions and strategic resilience that characterise the enduring dominance of similar groups.