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CNN-IBN partners with Infosys to 'Innovate for a Better Tomorrow'

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CNN-IBN partners with Infosys to 'Innovate for a Better Tomorrow'

CNN-IBN, in partnership with Infosys, is all set to bring to the fore exemplary innovations that have not only transformed the lives of millions of Indians, but have also left indelible impressions globally. The nine-episode series, titled ‘Innovating for a Better Tomorrow’, will showcase innovations with significant business and social impact.

One of the episodes will feature BrahMos Aerospace, which developed BrahMos, the world’s first supersonic cruise missile that can be manoeuvred while still in flight. The series will also feature Akshaya Patra, the NGO that runs school lunch programmes across India. The NGO distributes freshly cooked, healthy meals daily to almost 1.3 million underprivileged children in 9,000 government schools across 20 locations in nine states.

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