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The Balance Sheet
The Balance Sheet: Measuring social returns: Why the double bottom line matters

This article is part of an ongoing series of articles by EPG in India Incorporated, entitled The Balance Sheet – Taking Stock of India. This article was first published here. Two weeks ago, India's Supreme Court dismissed Swiss drugmaker Novartis AG's attempt to win patent protection for…

The Balance Sheet
The Balance Sheet: The amble, trot and gallop: India’s education growth story

This article is part of an ongoing series of articles by EPG in India Incorporated, entitled The Balance Sheet – Taking Stock of India. This article was first published here. Two weeks ago, India's Supreme Court dismissed Swiss drugmaker Novartis AG's attempt to win patent protection for…

The Balance Sheet
The Balance Sheet – We are the 99% – Women that make India

This article is part of an ongoing series of articles by EPG in India Incorporated, entitled The Balance Sheet – Taking Stock of India. This article was first published here. Two weeks ago, India's Supreme Court dismissed Swiss drugmaker Novartis AG's attempt to win patent protection for…

The Balance Sheet
The Balance Sheet: Morality wins, profit loses, but what happens to IP?

This article is part of an ongoing series of articles by EPG in India Incorporated, entitled The Balance Sheet – Taking Stock of India. This article was first published here. Two weeks ago, India's Supreme Court dismissed Swiss drugmaker Novartis AG's attempt to win patent protection for…

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Henry Jackson Society- Which faith views least represented in media?

A major new research report by the Henry Jackson Society (HJS), a cross-partisan British think-tank, says that Hindus are under-represented in the media. The reason appears to be a lack of media-trained, articulate and savvy Hindu representatives, as well as a lack of Hindu civic…

The Balance Sheet
The Balance Sheet: Indian philanthropy takes a turn

This article is part of an ongoing series of articles by EPG in India Incorporated, entitled The Balance Sheet – Taking Stock of India. This article was first published here. I wrote in an earlier column (here) about how ultra high net worth individuals (HNIs) in India…

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Spear’s Magazine: Philanth-Rupee (featuring interview with EPG)

India's wealthiest citizens may be rising forces in the new world, but their charitable giving is lagging behind. Sophie McBain from Spear's Magazine looks at the measured being taken to end this subcontinental drift. It features an interview with EPG's Managing Director on motivating factors…

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The Guardian: The right impact measurement tool depends on the objectives concerned

Pratik Dattani explains the difference between SROI and social accounting, and the factors in deciding the best approach [caption id="attachment_1154" align="alignnone" width="460"] Which impact measurement tool would best suit your charity? Photograph: Catherine Shaw[/caption] This article first appeared in The Guardian on 4th March 2013. According…

The Balance Sheet
The Balance Sheet: The next stage of Indian real estate growth

This article is part of an ongoing series of articles by EPG in India Incorporated, entitled The Balance Sheet – Taking Stock of India. This article was first published here. The Indian Parliament is likely to discuss the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill in its upcoming…

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The Guardian: Pakistan’s social entrepreneurs eager to unlock innovation potential

[caption id="attachment_1105" align="alignnone" width="460"] A new report looks at how the social innovation movement in Pakistan can become more dynamic. Photograph: Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images[/caption] This article first appeared in The Guardian on 7 February 2013. The social enterprise landscape in Pakistan is nascent but fast-growing.…

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