Dr. Mayank Dhaundiyal (for Info only, not official)

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Dr. Mayank Dhaundiyal

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    ...Maybe a dear sweet thing of beauty she’d become, Waiting for her promised tomorrow to come. But on the ground she laid All still with a wilted heart and broken will. And how she prayed for them to let her sing, Begging to the gods, men and kings. No saviour ever rushed, no warmth ever touched And her tiny soul left this earth in a rush. Bust she was just a rose Wanting to be loved So far as that goes. But not while you’ve been counting the thorns And waiting for a boy to be your firstborn.” Only a few weeks ago, the media reported a new-born girl having been rescued from a “lavatory bowl” in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh; the mother having accidentally “delivered” the girl child into the toilet! ...

    TOI on Aug. 30, 2017, 10:55 p.m.

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    ...A majority of these people are fairly young, uneducated and from very weak financial backgrounds. They also face steep odds while trying to earn their livelihoods. The work these labourers get is not guaranteed every day, the wages are not fixed and they are prone to abuse by their short-term employers. This daily scenario gives a peek into one of India’s principal opportunity as well as problem area, wherein millions of our nationals, a majority of whom are young, do not earn a respectable livelihood due to a variety of reasons, including lack of skills, education, jobs or a combination of these. India’s population is roughly 1.25 billion or 125 crore. About two thirds of our population is below the age of 35 years, an age limit that is generally considered to be the boundary of youth. ...

    TOI on May 16, 2017, 12:30 p.m.

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    ...Only a few years ago, such statement would have sounded completely hollow. But times have and changed and how. As Prime Minister Modi visited Patanjali Yogpeeth on 3rd May to inaugurate an Ayurvedic research centre, Patanjali Ayurved Ltd. (PAL) is on course to make history. The company has come very far from its humble origins in Haridwar and is on a roller-coaster ride. Sample this. PAL sells roughly 500 products including toothpaste, hair oil, noodles, ghee, gooseberry juice and many more making its product portfolio one of the largest among FMCG companies in India. Going forward, PAL has plans to enter the apparels segment along with academics where the group is looking to open Acharyakulam schools along with a sports focused University. In terms of revenues, PAL’s revenues have jumped from Rs. 2006 crores in FY 2014-15 to roughly Rs. 4800 crores in FY 15-16. ...

    TOI on May 5, 2017, 10:40 a.m.

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    ...Not only the rules of the game are getting altered frequently, new competitors often start a new game altogether. Disruption has become a norm rather than the exception. Consider this: OYO is India’s largest branded hotel chain with about 6500 hotels spread across 167 cities in the country. It started its operations only three years ago. Similarly, Ola is India’s biggest player in the taxi industry. It started operations only six years ago. So how did they do it? Well for starters, these firms questioned the well accepted logic of their respected industry, that is, the need for owning the assets for running their businesses and not only rapidly gained market share from the competition but created new market. ...

    TOI on Feb. 8, 2017, 5:05 p.m.