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WSJ Financial Inclusion Challenge 2015: Meet Winners

Recently, the Wall Street Journal invited nonprofit and for-profit enterprises around the world to submit short video proposals that showcased their solutions to the problems of financial access for the poor and after scrutinizing dozens of entries, an independent panel of judges assessed the entries in three categories: technology; education; and operational effectiveness. Here’s the full list of winners of ...

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WSJ Tech engineer Palani Kumanan shares Pulitzer Prize 2015

A Coimbatore native and software engineer at the Wall Street Journal shared this year’s Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting in growing recognition of the importance of using information technology tools for reporting as well as for presentation. Palani Kumanan, who is a software architect with Dow Jones that publishes the WSJ, was a part of the winning project’s graphics team, ...

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In His Own Words, Narendra Modi Spells out India Agenda Ahead of US Visit

In an Op-Ed published in the Wall Street Journal, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi reiterated “Make in India” slogan again in a country has 900 million mobile phones. Otherwise, written in a diplomatic lacklustre language, the op-ed reads what India is and what it wants, especially a roof on everybody’s head by 2022 and build more cities and make villages ...

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