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If ISRO had access to more funds, would we have done things differently? No, but we would surely have done many more things.
Our emphasis has always been on how we can provide to the government an RoI that is visible on the ground. It provides a great training and learning ground for young, local hopefuls who want to make their mark and catch the attention of national selectors.
For her degree show, she developed a series of pure gold- and silver-wrapped thrones—entirely handmade by traditional Indian craftspeople—that proved to be a hit when launched at a trade show.
She then set up a studio in Mehrauli, Delhi, where she employs two dozen artisans to produce contemporary furniture for the international market. Lately, she has diversified into interiors that range from homes to show flats, hotel restaurants and lounges. Part of her growth trajectory has been to source ready skills—glass in Firozabad, pietra dura inlay in Jaipur—and work with them in new ways.
A Made in India tag has always been my inspiration; my thesis explored the absence of internationally relevant product design from India.
I am particularly interested in specialised crafts on the verge of extinction due to loss of patronage. The challenges are many, but the market is global. We are all made in India—our employees grew up here, they were educated here.
Of all the airlines operating As globally, our technical dispatch reliability is the best. Init was Four years ago, it was This means our plane maintenance improved even as we grew and our fleet got older—a feat of Indian engineers. Ours is the most under-penetrated aircraft market in the world.
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Despite several orders, some placed by IndiGo— Airbus As neos in and Airbus As neos in —the aircraft-to-flier ratio worsened. A decade ago, it was one commercial aircraft for 2. Expansion means connecting remote India to the cities, allowing the young working population to migrate for work, with the option of visiting home five times a year. Established in by John Bissell, today the company is run by his son William Bissell and has stores in India and abroad. Made in India signifies the provenance of a product.
For us, the tag reflects the creation of thousands of sustainable livelihoods. It also means preservation of Indian crafts by creating access to various markets for these craftspeople. How about Make in India? Make in India is a powerful tool for change.
This can be done by focusing on groups of highly skilled producers who have lost patronage and have become marginalised because their craft is dying. For us, it is a matter of great pride that out of the 55, artisans associated with Fabindia, over 45 percent are women.
What is the future of Make In India? The future of Make in India rests with each one of us. It not only speaks of the pride that we associate with being Indian, but also the creation of an alternative to the western models that have dominated our focus in the past. It looks at generating jobs. It looks at consumption that is meaningful and sustainable in the context of the developing world and an environment that is changing.
High on the priority list are Indian companies with global ambitions, such as Druva, which works in advanced data protection for enterprise infrastructure, and Suminter Organics, a producer and exporter of grains, spices and cotton.
Having been an entrepreneur himself—he set up Baazee. More smart college graduates are venturing out, corporate executives are using their experiences to start their own companies and professionals from the US are returning to launch companies in India, leveraging the technology talent here to serve global markets.
This trend of quality entrepreneurs will continue. From a technology standpoint, the world sees a Made in India label very positively. Aside from software, people are also beginning to appreciate Indianmade products, from spices to scooters to shawls. India, waiting in the wings, is eager to rush in and fill the vacuum. We have the labour pool, the skills and a government with the necessary political will.
India as the next manufacturing powerhouse is a vision the Mahindra Group has invested in. However, as contrarian voices point out, the world has changed since the time China sported the mantle of being manufacturer to the globe. Firstly, the global economic and political landscape has changed. When China was rising, the world was booming. Companies were rushing for viable sources of supply. Outsourcing was not a political hot potato. Today, most nations are still struggling with the aftermath of the debacle.
Growth has slowed down. Politicians are turning protectionist. Terrorist attacks like the recent one in Paris further encourage the rise of right-wing parties with insular views. It will not be a cakewalk for India to penetrate global markets. Secondly, technology has changed. As the Fourth Industrial Revolution gains momentum and IoT comes to the fore, advanced nations will overcome the highwage labour disadvantage they have today.
Alongside, technological innovations like 3D printing will enable even garage manufacturing to be viable. Large-scale, low-cost manufacturing capacities may not continue to be an advantage. Thirdly, the consumer has changed. They demand a high degree of customisation and are willing to pay a premium for it. This calls for flexible technology, locational proximity to large markets and to consumers. All this does not augur well for the conventional Chinese-style outsourced manufacturing of the s.
As IoT takes over, this will become a vital combination. Embedded intelligence must become our forte. In parallel, technology is enabling democratisation and decentralisation. Technologies like 3D printing enable distributed manufacturing. The pervasiveness of the Internet enables customers to place orders from and to any corner of the globe. The government must find ways of also including this opportunity in its Make in India thinking, and bringing these technologies and skills to villages across India, enabling them to service customers from any corner of the globe.
If we can do that successfully, India is poised to inherit the new-age manufacturing of the future. Every month, India needs new jobs for a million young people to reap its demographic dividends, else it will have to deal with serious socio-economic challenges.
Co-opting Make in India is a win-win proposition. He believes he is in the right industry, the right company and the right place—at the right time.
There has to be engagement with every village, district and taluka for them to see the opportunity. The young must get a chance to play their part. In many ways they are a complete production house with a tremendous amount of goodwill, both within the fraternity and outside of it.
The standout elements of a signature film include upbeat music, perfect-for-sangeet choreography, the youth factor, high energy and a major glamour quotient. Yet, every major industry gathering is brightened by the energy of Priya Paul.
Her passion for art has evolved into an ability to curate; her design-focused hotels are hubs for contemporary Indian design, style and music. In hospitality, India has always matched international service standards. We believe in innovation, in finding a different and better way of doing things.
We took the time to create something truly local. Ayurvedic products use fresh herbs, many of which are available only seasonally; when used dry, the efficacy changes. We source ingredients in sync with Arya Vaidya Pharmacy and make enough to last a year. A mix of 40 products yields different results. Only the purest ingredients are boiled, steamed, cooled and distilled multiple times; genuine oils are emulsified into creams.
Brewing one product can take 25 days. We work with an extraordinary talent pool, all of whom needed just a little guidance. Self-styled godman held for stealing mobile phones A self-styled godman was arrested for allegedly stealing mobile phone after taking lift from a truck on Outer Ring Road here, police said Friday. Development should not be done at cost of environment Development is important but not at the cost of environment, Union minister Radha Mohan Singh said Friday.
Shah to kick off 'Maha Jansampark Abhiyan' on Saturday from Indore With an eye on assembly polls due later this year BJP president Amit Shah will arrive here on Saturday to formally launch the party's mass contact campaign in the curcial Malwa-Nimad region of Madhya Pradesh to woo voters especially traders, tribals and farmers.
Man dies after being hit by iron rod for disposing off dead rat near his house A year-old man died after his neighbour allegedly hit him with an iron for disposing off a dead rat near his house in outer Delhi's Kirari area, police said Friday. JNU admin plans to place teachers under Conduct of Central Services Rules The Jawaharlal Nehru University plans to place teachers under the Conduct of Central Services Rules, which would restrict them for making public statements against the administration, a member of the academic council said Friday.
NIA takes over case of seized huge cache of illegal arms at Imphal Malaysia arrests 8 suspected militants, 7 of them foreigners Malaysian police say eight suspected militants, including seven foreigners, have been arrested for allegedly spreading religious extremism that could threaten national security and fan terrorism in the region. Romanians vote on putting gay marriage ban in constitution Two days of voting on a constitutional amendment that would make it harder to legalise same-sex marriage is underway in Romania.
Report Google's India-born chief executive Sundar Pichai quietly paid a visit to the Pentagon to ease tensions that erupted after employee outrage prompted the tech giant to sever a controversial defence contract to analyse drone video, according to a media report. S Arabia threatens to block key UN climate report: Sources Oil giant Saudi Arabia is seeking to block adoption of a key UN climate change report unless a passage highlighting the inadequacy of national carbon-cutting pledges is removed or altered, multiple sources told AFP.
Nandita Das wants 'Manto' to be screened globally, including Pakistan Actor-director Nandita Das hopes that her latest feature "Manto", gets a global release, especially in Pakistan, as the film is a biographical drama on famed Urdu writer Saadat Hasan Manto who had left India after the Partition.
US sanctions waiver intended to 'wean' countries like India off Russian equipment: Lahiri misses short putts, misses cut Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri could not improve on his score significantly as he added a 1-under 71 to his first round 73 and missed the cut at the PGA TOUR's season-opening Safeway Open here. Anfield hoodoo haunts Man City in top-of-table clash Billions of pounds of investment from Manchester City's Abu Dhabi owners over the past decade has reaped three Premier League titles and transformed the blue half of Manchester from "noisy neighbours" into the dominant side in the city.
Disease fears as more bodies found in Indonesia disaster Rescuers picking through the grim aftermath of Indonesia's quake-tsunami issued a fresh public health warning Saturday as more decaying corpses were unearthed from beneath the ruined city of Palu. Embattled Ronaldo presents selection headache for Juventus Cristiano Ronaldo is ready to play for Juventus against Udinese on Saturday, despite rape claims made against him, although his coach Massimiliano Allegri admits he may be tempted to rest the embattled star.
UK seeks 'urgent explanation' as Hong Kong bans journalist Hong Kong's decision to effectively blacklist a senior Financial Times journalist required an "urgent explanation", the UK said Saturday, as foreign governments sounded the alarm over eroding freedoms in the former British colony.
Ronaldo is more than a footballer, he's a multi-national business With huge revenues, a colossal audience on social media, sponsors queuing up, and his brand on products from hotels to underwear, Cristiano Ronaldo has long been more than just a football player.
Mourinho facing end of United reign: Russia's hackers long tied to military, secret services During the Soviet era, the country's top computer scientists and programmers largely worked for the secret services. Man charged after toxic letters sent to Trump, other leaders A Navy veteran was charged with threatening to use a biological toxin as a weapon by sending letters to President Donald Trump and other leaders containing ground castor beans, the substance from which the poison ricin is derived.
Mexican police find couple accused of killing 10 women Police said they have detained a couple on the outskirts of Mexico City on suspicion they may have killed as many as 10 women and sold a dead woman's baby.
Supporters of missing Saudi journalist rally for his 'release A Saudi columnist remained missing as supporters rallied outside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul calling for his "release" despite Riyadh's denials that he was being held there. Four dead as Angolan police move against foreign diamond smugglers Four people were killed and seven injured in northeastern Angola on the margins of a police operation targeting foreign nationals suspected of diamond smuggling, media said. Aggressive Chinese industrial policy impacting American defense industry, says Pentagon report The aggressive Chinese industrial policies has adversely impacted some of the critical American capabilities and its defense manufacturing base, the Pentagon said in a report.
US senators denounce human rights abuses in China A bipartisan group of 18 powerful American lawmakers has condemned China's alleged persecution of religious minorities and actions to limit free expression and practice of faith.
Opposition forms coalition ahead of Cameroon vote Two Cameroonian opposition parties agreed a coalition to jointly contest this weekend's presidential polls, a spokesman said, in an effort to dislodge six-term President Paul Biya. Kavanaugh poised for confirmation to Supreme Court Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the US Supreme Court appeared all but assured after two key lawmakers who had wavered on his controversial nomination signaled their support.
White US cop convicted of murder for shooting dead black teen A white Chicago police officer was found guilty of murder Friday for fatally shooting a black teen, in a political-fraught case that left the city bracing for its outcome.
Heavy rain on Costa Rica's Pacific coast forces evacuations Nearly 1, people were evacuated from their homes on Costa Rica's northern and central Pacific coast due to flooding caused by heavy rain, officials said Friday. Kazakhstan denies asylum to China 're-education camp' whistleblower Ex-Soviet Kazakhstan has refused asylum to an escaped Chinese national whose court testimony helped expose a secretive network of re-education camps in China's restive Xinjiang region, her lawyer said Friday.
French air strike in Burkina Faso kills rebels: Army French warplanes killed around 10 rebels in northern Burkina Faso following a deadly raid on a gendarmerie, the Burkinabe military command announced Friday. Ethiopia ruling party backs PM Abiy at key meeting Ethiopia's ruling party on Friday re-elected Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed as chairman in a near-unanimous vote that underscored official support for his reform agenda, state-affiliated media reported.
Tortured Zimbabwe activist awarded USDdamages A Zimbabwe court has ordered the government to pay USDin damages to a rights activist who was abducted and tortured a decade ago over accusations of plotting to overthrow then president Robert Mugabe, a rights group said Friday.
Two Palestinians killed in clashes with Israeli army: Gaza ministry Two Palestinians including a year-old boy were killed by Israeli fire on Friday on the Gaza border, as clashes erupted with security forces during protests, the enclave's health ministry said.
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