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Priyanka Salve

Priyanka Salve

1 Senior Staff Writer ET Prime

I started my career in financial journalism in 2012 and I have been covering the infrastructure sector since. My first assignment was with Cogencis Information Services followed by Mergermarket, where I tracked mergers and acquisitions in healthcare and infrastructure. When not working, I enjoy the outdoors and long road trips. I did my MA in international Journalism from City University London and bachelor’s from St Xavier’s College Mumbai.

I started my career in financial journalism in 2012 and I have been covering the infrastructure sector since. My first assignment was with Cogencis Information Services followed by Mergermarket, where I tracked mergers and acquisitions in healthcare and infrastructure. When not working, I enjoy the outdoors and long road trips. I did my MA in international Journalism from City University London and bachelor’s from St Xavier’s College Mumbai.

Healthcare

A startup with its heart in the right place: Tricog wants to save lives, but can it build scale too?

The time taken to rush a heart attack patient to a hospital in India is five to six hours. In most cases, patients don’t get treatment in the first 60 minutes, the crucial period that determines the chances of survival. A startup wants to change that through an algorithm-focused approach. Under Tricog’s model, generating an ECG report and getting it vetted by a team of cardiologists takes less than six minutes.

11 Oct 20190 comment
Construction

The hidden cracks in L&T

The construction and engineering giant’s robust balance sheet conceals a vital concern: that its dream run might grind to a halt if it doesn’t address overdependence on domestic contracts and a sluggish order book.

31 Aug 20180 comment
Financials

Can Dilip Buildcon ride out the storm?

The dream run of the stock suffered a sudden jolt in May-end, when it corrected over 25% in the span of two days. The company has a unique strategy to execute projects, but the latest turn of events has prompted investors to put its financials under scrutiny.

7 Jun 20180 comment
Economy

Bharatmala heads for a bumpy ride

The government's showpiece infrastructure project aims to build 34,000 km of roads at a mammoth capital outlay. But three big hurdles are set to make the journey a tough one.

24 May 20180 comment
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