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Ananta Godrej Ideas India is a niche dialogue platform that is fast emerging as a convening of choice for leaders who believe that a strong and open society makes space for critical discourse.

This is a Bajaj Fellows Initiative and brings together leaders from all walks of life for exchange of ideas and important conversations on critical issues facing the country. The intent is to generate actionable ideas that can be implemented in part or full by those attending the…

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Ananta Centre organized a discussion exploring the implications of the depreciation of the INR on the Economy, Trade and Energy Security and Dependency. As a topic of great contemporary significance, it was vital that a non-partisan and independent dialogue be held on this subject. The panel comprised of Mr. Ashok K Bhattacharya, Editorial Director, Business Standard, who was the moderator of the session. He was joined by Dr. Arunabha Ghosh, Founder CEO, Council on Energy, Environment and…
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In this era, digital technology, AI, robotics etc. have accelerated at an unprecedented rate. In order to succeed in this digital age, we must invest in human beings and ensure that our children and youth grow up to be more intelligent, creative, collaborative, and humane. These attributes, are the key drivers of education and skill development in the 21st Century.
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Fake News. Know it. Fight it.

The pattern of Fake News leading to mob lynching has regularized itself at an alarming rate into the social fabric of the country. A standard chain of events occurs: A random picture or video of a person committing a heinous crime is circulated to everyone in a local community accompanied by an incriminating text or audio warning people to beware of the “criminal” and follow a certain set of steps to ensure their safety.
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INDIA’S HOLISTIC-SECURITY IS A FUNCTION of two main features. The first comprises the policies, strategies, organisational-structures and the delivery mechanisms that guide and shape her internal politics and determine her internal stability as a coherent geopolitical entity. The second feature consists of elements that define and shape India’s interaction and interface with external structures — supranational and international organisations, nation-states, and, non-State entities, any of which…
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