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Export-Import Bank of India (Exim Bank)’s study entitled “Connecting Africa: Role of Transport Infrastructure” was released at the hands of Shri Suresh Prabhu, Hon’ble Minister of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, in the presence of H E Dr Saulos Klaus Chilima, Vice President, Republic of Malawi, H E Mr Edward Ssekandi, Vice President, Republic of Uganda, Hon Gen (Rtd) Dr. Constantino G.N.D. Chiwenga, Vice President, Republic of Zimbabwe, Mr. David Rasquinha, Managing Director, Export-Import Bank of India, Ms. Shobana Kamineni, President, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Mr. Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General, CII during the CII-EXIM BANK Conclave on India Africa Project Partnership held at New Delhi on March 25, 2018.
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A recent study conducted by Godrej Interio reveals that sleeping post 10pm clinically declared as the ideal time to go to sleep triggers a change in the sleeping pattern that leads to sleep deprivation. This is irrespective of the number of hours of sleep. The study was conducted across 8,000 Indians living across the metros in India. Godrej Interio , India’s leading furniture brand in both home and institutional segments, launched the sleep@10 campaign last year that focuses on addressing the rising concern over sleep deprivation in India. Over 93% of Indians are sleep deprived!
The study is based on the insights sourced from Indians that have taken their sleep test on the sleep-o-meter hosted on the sleep@10 website. Over 1.5 lacs Indians have taken the sleep test. Mumbai is found to be the most sleep deprived city in India. The survey also found that nine out of every ten respondents felt dull after they wake up. Around 64% of the respondents admitted that “screen time”, including television and phone, could be delaying their sleep time while 55% of the respondents said they slept after midnight while the ideal time would be around 10 pm. The study further revealed that the problem of not sleeping on time wasn’t only restricted to adults but kids as well wherein only 90% of respondents below 18 yearssleep after leading to sleep deprivation on a rampant rise among the next generation Read more