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Apurva Purohit

The author is President of the Jagran Group

Latest Articles By Apurva Purohit

Immunizing Our Businesses

Apurva Purohit

Here are some lessons I have learnt on immunizing my businesses

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India Amalgamated – Life in Government Service

Apurva Purohit

Having been brought up to believe that the only caste that exists is that of humankind, it seemed to me a peculiarly strange thing to say. Now I do wish the parents who go around ostracising their progeny because they have married out of the sub-caste, and political parties who ratify this ... would realise this too!

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Selling Is Transient, Relationships Forever

Apurva Purohit

There are certain subject matters which take time to build and grow, and one has to put in the slog-overs to nurture and foster them. Plants, businesses and relationships all come to mind.

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It's Time We Pay For That Housework!

Apurva Purohit

As we extend our helping hand to them, fuelled equally by a sense of guilt and equally by our innate sense of humanity, we need to look around us and see in which other spheres can we help balance out the scales.

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That Old Fable Of Ants And Grasshoppers

Apurva Purohit

"Vade ad formicam …" - "Go to the ant, you sluggard; consider its ways and be wise!"

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The King Is Dead, Long Live The King

Apurva Purohit

Make an exhaustive list of everything you want to change in that initial period, but then lock it away in a drawer.

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More Cake, Anyone?

Apurva Purohit

Here is to more cake meetings, synchronized coffee breaks and the perfect martini!

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Unlearn Fast, Pause Never!

Apurva Purohit

With more and more capital flowing into PE funds, investors are seeking higher returns, better service, and fund managers are working in an environment with increased pressure and higher stakes.

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Not A Drop To Drink Anymore

Apurva Purohit

By 2030, India’s water demand is projected to be twice the available supply, implying severe water scarcity for a majority of the population and an eventual six per cent loss in the country’s GDP.

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The Skill Of The Future

Apurva Purohit

Forcing an individual to be creative, against pay, deadlines, and without breaks, leads to anxiety and performance issues

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