I'm coming across stories of worried parents in the US being comforted by their children, who are telling them, "Don't worry, we train for this." Six-year-olds anywhere in the world don't have to train in warzone techniques.
There’s hardly any industry that hasn’t been impacted by the pandemic; many irreversibly. While some adapted and found new strengths, others perished and evolved as more relevant businesses. During this period of disruption, one space that went from strength to strength is the over-the-top (OTT) media industry. The prolonged closure of theaters and other restrictions… Continue reading OTT, democratizing content
The day is about taking stock of how and where we are as a nation and what we achieved and lost in the year gone by, a performance evaluation, if you will.
As of July 10, 2021, India has administered around 310 million COVID-19 vaccines. The drive covers the second shot for 5.5% of the population, while 23% have received the first dose. India’s vaccination program, which started in mid-January, has been facing challenges owing primarily to vaccine shortage and infrastructure constraints. These shortages contributed to the… Continue reading Corporate Vaccination: Bridging the Gap
The Tagore and the Ray that Bengal encashes so very often as evidence of its “riches,” would have lived and died nameless if they subscribed to the ideologies fueling the state since 2011. After a recent visit to the state where I spent the first 21 years of my life and which is currently heading… Continue reading Bengal’s Lose-Lose Election