The founder of a leading social movement in India believes Global Indians can offer the perfect solution to India’s shortage of toilets.

The founder of Sulabh International, Bindeshwar Pathak, has called on Global Indians to invest in the Swachh Bharat mission to make India open defecation free by 2019.

Dr Pathak, who was recently in London to attend a conference on Smart Cities, said…

Pronita Saxena is founder & CEO of Citizengage, a start-up aimed at building technology for residential and commercial communities to self-manage their waste by connecting with waste collectors, processors, and recyclers. Here she explains what makes this Bengaluru-headquartered initiative work, how India has a better understanding of waste management than the West and why technology is the key.

A patent agent offers his take on India’s Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) legislation, measures being taken to combat infringement and how they tie in with the Make in India programme.

The 21st century belongs to entrepreneurs. Keeping that in mind the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), Government of India, announced The National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy on May 13, 2016.

The aim of the policy is to create awareness about…

The chief of Max India’s CSR initiatives explains why the Clean India mission is the perfect avenue for corporates to make a difference.

Prime Minister Modi’s Swachh Bharat Mission is a timely call for action which is urgently required. India seems to be sitting on a time bomb of garbage, which could explode into serious health hazards with far reaching repercussions. The ticking has started.

New Delhi develops innovative policy to support local economic regeneration through Clean Ganga initiative. The Indian government’s vision of a more integrated waste-water management policy got its first major boost with the launch of a new incentive-based corporate model.