Among all the news publications, The Economic Times is a leading player which stands out because of its well-rounded, in-depth, and unbiased coverage of news.

The Economic Times newspaper, its website, and the app are some of the first platforms that people turn to when it comes to getting important updates. Moreover, its digital platforms also feature the ET Play podcasts which are extremely popular because of their well-researched and nuanced view of the most important daily news items.

Due to its mammoth size and the influence that it wields, The Economic Times has an interesting and robust repertoire of journalists and editors. Among them, journalist Dia Rekhi stands out because of her work as she writes on a series of interesting topics, ranging from technology to digital media and finance.

Who is Dia Rekhi of The Economic Times?

Dia Rekhi is a senior correspondent of The Economic Times. Based in Tamil Nadu, Rekhi has been associated with The Economic Times for over seven years now.

During this period, she has worked on a series of interesting stories on technology, media, business, and finance. She has written extensively on these topics, offering brilliant insights into complex subjects.

Rekhi holds a BA in sociology from Stella Maris College and a postgraduate diploma in print journalism from the Asian College of Journalism. She completed her PG diploma in 2015, after which she joined The Economic Times.

Dia Rekhi’s stories for The Economic Times:

Rekhi has written extensively on a range of topics, starting from YouTube shorts to the WhatsApp ban on over 23 million Indian accounts, cybersecurity, and India’s tech policy. Her stories stand out because of their well-rounded approach. They also reflect the extensive research that Rekhi puts in while doing the groundwork for her stories.

The best thing about Rekhi’s stories is that they offer a 360-degree view of all topics, approaching subjects from all possible sides. Every opinion is balanced by a counter-opinion, every quote from an influential person has another balancing quote. It is reflective of the essence of the unbiased approach of The Economic Times. This also highlights the oft-repeated cliché—there is always another side to a story.

Reporting with courage and precision:

As evident from her author profile in The Economic Times, Rekhi does not shy away from any topic, offering robust and exhaustive coverage of her beats. Her stories are precise and to the point while providing brilliant explanations that elucidate complicated subjects

Rekhi also appears on episodes of the ET Play podcasts which are extremely popular because of their well-researched and conversational approach. Because of their wide-ranging and exhaustive approach, reading Rekhi’s stories in The Economic Times is a great way to keep yourself updated on the latest developments in the fields of technology, digital media, and finance.

For more interesting news updates and in-depth discussions on current affairs, you can log on to The Economic Times website or app to start reading! You can also subscribe to The Economic Times paper to stay updated on all the latest news.

For the first time, the Nigerian Kano State Government launch “Doing Business in Kano” a monthly TV series that showcase the Nigerian state government transformation to ease doing business and support entrepreneurship climate in the state.

Doing business in Kano” TV series would be interviewing entrepreneurs and business people on the various initiatives of the state government to support entrepreneurship. The TV series would be streaming live exclusively on Neur TV Channel 109 on Entertale.

“Doing Business in Kano” Is an initiative of Mr. Salihu Tank Yakasai, The Special Adviser to Kano State Government on New Media “We are thrilled to partner with Entertale, to showcase business and investment opportunities and our rich cultural heritage of Kano state to international
investors and African audience around the world.”

The “Doing business in Kano” would show potential international investors the peaceful business environment, different reforms and the
the readiness of the state government to grant land and tax incentives to would-be investors in the state to revolutionize agriculture and promote investments in various sectors.

The Kano State Governor Abdullahi Ganduje said “We have decided to make land acquisition very easy and speedy. A lot of red-tapisms and a lot of bureaucracies and we decided to replace that ministry with the Bureau for Land Management. Kano is working to boost both the Nigerian
economy and the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP)”.

Gaia Giordani, Head of Strategic Partnerships at Entertale “Our Partnership with Kano state government to showcase the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises sector and an estimated 1.6 million businesses and enterprises across all economic activities in the state is at the core of Entertale mission of promoting African business and investment opportunities around the world”.

As at 2017, Kano state has the second largest population in Nigeria with an estimation of 16 million inhabitants that are mostly young, agile and sustainable workforce with 50 percent of the population between 15 years and 64 years, and 47 percent under 15 years. The total state GDP is put at $12.393 billion, per capital is $1.288.