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Enhancing revenue in urban India

Enhancing revenue in urban India

India needs financially self-sufficient cities, which use data and technology to maximise revenue potential. This will help the development of smart cities.

Govt may ease FDI norms for insurance

Govt may ease FDI norms for insurance

“The last FDI limit hike from 26% to 49% did not generate the required inflow due to the lower rights [in managing a company’s affairs] to the foreign partner,” Nilaya Varma, co-founder and CEO of consulting firm Primus Partners, said.

Women empowerment is required for success of Aatmanirbhar Bharat.

Women empowerment is required for success of Aatmanirbhar Bharat.

There is an urgent need to step up advocacy so that women from cities to gram panchayats become aware of the benefits and safety nets that have been provided for them. In addition, it is important to advocate equal opportunities, non-discrimination, equal remuneration, judicial rights and the engagement of boys and men in eradicating gender-based discrimination, violence and segregation.

The writer is managing director and co-founder of Primus Partners.

Millennials and metros moving apart, thanks to WFH

Millennials and metros moving apart, thanks to WFH

Primus Partners and Guesture Co-living in a joint report on rental housing, released in September 2020, said for millennials, owning a house in not relevant anymore. They need greater flexibility, agility and prefer the plug and play model.

Development Of Pipeline Infrastructure Is Critical To Achieve The Ambitious Goal Of Energy Security For 1.3 Bn People Of The Country – ASSOCHAM

Development Of Pipeline Infrastructure Is Critical To Achieve The Ambitious Goal Of Energy Security For 1.3 Bn People Of The Country – ASSOCHAM

The development of pipeline infrastructure for oil and gas sector is driven by demand at present. There is a strong need to come up with long-term energy blueprint with defined milestones and timelines, which should serve as a guiding document for the industries for meeting energy requirement,’’ said Nilaya Varma, Co-Founder and CEO, Primus Partners.

Jarnail Singh Joins Primus Partners as a Senior Advisor

Jarnail Singh Joins Primus Partners as a Senior Advisor

Announcing his appointment, Nilaya Varma, Co-Founder & CEO, Primus Partners, said: “We are thrilled and privileged to have Mr Jarnail Singh advising us. We believe consulting is about experience and trust, two values that Mr Jarnail Singh represents better than most”.

Mr Jarnail Singh, on his joining Primus Partners commented, “I have always believed in the vision of India that is predicated on strong infrastructure, strong governance and strong commitment. This aligned well to the vision and plans of Primus Partners to support the development journey of India, making a compelling proposition for me to join”.

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