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Indian defence industry: Walking the tightrope between self-defence and self-reliance

India must be more strategic with its goals for self-reliance in the defence sector, with careful planning of future needs and effective participation from domestic and foreign players. This can be en...

India’s toy story: Time to write a new chapter?

The Indian toy industry will have to enhance speed of execution, scale of production & infrastructure for innovative & feature-filled toys and games that compete in the domestic and global market. ...

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Top-end Indian malt whisky compares well to Scotch

Vinod Giri, Director General, CIABC, asserts that premium Indian whisky brands, including single malts, are defined by high quality & distinct tastes, and are beginning to make a mark in global market...

Greater synchronisation must for Atmanirbharta in defence production

Amit Cowshish, Consultant, Manohar-Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, feels that the draft Defence Production & Export Promotion Policy (DPEPP) 2020 has all the necessary ingredients...

Indian pharma post-COVID: On the innovation trail?

Post-COVID-19, India needs to strengthen its pharma R&D ecosystem to tap into emerging drug development opportunities and changing paradigms in the new drug development framework.....

Indian logistics sector: Time for a digital twist?

COVID-19 has exposed the vulnerabilities of complex global supply chains and reiterated how important it is to have a robust logistics network. Giving the sector a digital twist can make processes smo...

Bulk liquid storage: Building blocks for a brighter future

The Indian bulk liquid storage and logistics industry needs to ramp up capacities, improve customer-centricity and fast-track deployment of new technologies....

EV industry: Is COVID-19 a vital pitstop?

COVID-19 is expected to greatly decelerate the progress of the automotive industry towards electric vehicles. But India can also view the pandemic as an opportunity to reassess its strategic approach ...

Chemical logistics chain lucrative for new players

Mukesh Parikh, Adjunct Professor, Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management, believes that with favourable policies like implementation of ease of doing business norms and development of coastal PC...

Indian manufacturing firms must invest in product & process R&D

Jishnu Hazra, Professor IIM Bangalore, feels that Indian companies must take inspiration from the rise of Chinese and South Korean companies, particularly in the mobile handset space, as they endeavou...

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