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Safecity Founder & CEO- Elsa Marie D’Silva discusses women safety and why it’s the need of the hour

While attempting to increase sexual harassment awareness, Elsa Marie D’Silva is changing lives in India and several other countries.

Making digitized policies mandatory will give e-insurance a boost: Subbarao Mukkavilli, Karvy Insurance Repository

The Insurance Repository System was formally launched in India by IRDA on 16th September 2013 to provide better services to policyholders as well as to enhance insurance penetration. Currently five entities have been licensed by the regulator to act as insurance repositories.

Voice of the common man, Faye D'Souza wants citizens to discuss social issues at the dinner table

Women's rights, women's safety, women's financial freedom imperative: Faye D'Souza

“I don’t think India has enough minds thinking ahead"

See what Mileha Soneji, a strategic product designer has to say about the need for long-term strategic thinking, simplicity in design and her human-centric approach.

There are very limited options for investors in retirement plans - Hemant Contractor, Chairman of PFRDA

In a candid chat with ET, Hemant Contractor, Chairman of PFRDA, shares his views on retirement plans available in the market.

“Businesses today need to invest more in women workforce,” says YES BANK’s Namita Vikas

A well-known leader in business and financial sustainability, Namita Vikas feels women have a superior emotional quotient that makes them better leaders.

I foresee a trend of specialized products in health insurance continuing: Antony Jacob

The health insurance market in India has been growing at around 20% per annum and has the potential to grow significantly over the next few years. However, challenges remain, says Antony Jacob, Chief Executive Officer, Apollo Munich Health Insurance, in an exclusive interview with Sanjeev Sinha.

Industry today needs simple de-jargonized products: Tapan Singhel, Bajaj Allianz General Insurance

As technology has changed the way consumers make a purchase, insurers are now looking at creating products that are simple, involve minimal documentation and are more transparent, says Tapan Singhel, MD & CEO, Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Co Ltd.