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Homing In On A Good Deal

Prime Minister Narendra Modi envisions 100 smart cities by 2020. To realise this vision, the government has undertaken a few encouraging steps such as relaxation of foreign direct investment (FDI) norms in the construction sector and issue of long-term infrastructure bonds to facilitate easier flow

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A Future Powered By Renewables

The Indian renewable energy industry is on the cusp of a major transition. The new government, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has charted a vision for clean and affordable energy with emphasis on renewables. Thus, renewables will play a significant role in achieving the energy security objectiv

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Light At The End Of The Tunnel

Come March, india Inc. will heave a collective sigh of relief. Twenty-three coal blocks are set to be auctioned, thus ending a stalemate that has lasted close to three years.

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Jinxed Power Deals

Over the past year, India’s power sector has witnessed an unusual trend: a slew of deals to acquire distressed assets has fallen through at the last minute.

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A Rail Budget Like No Other

Railway Minister Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu has a reputation for being a no-nonsense person. And his maiden railway budget on February 26 has lived up to that.

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What Really Matters!

When the Supreme Court decided to cancel 204 coal blocks, allocated since 1993, the underlying judgment was that in the absence of a competitive bidding mechanism for allocation of natural resources, the decisions to allocate coal blocks to private sector by the successive government were arbitrary.

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Case Study: Can I Speak Without My Face?

Anila Ishwar circled the quote in the brand equity, again and again, lost in one thought: Why did Madhav Walia say this?

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Analysis: Dropping The F-bomb

Go ahead, drop it, it is ‘effing’ satisfying. I will be damned if I lie. My fondness for profanity is in sync my consumption of it. From the Indian AIB roast to Martin Scorsese’s 2013 movie Wolf of Wall Street, it is the undisputed new cool, isn’t it? Who doesn’t love those John Oliver shows in the

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Analysis: The Absence Of Tameez

When a senior male manager in a media company was told by a woman colleague, gently yet firmly, that he was persistently using foul language and that she felt disrespected, his response was a very reluctant, almost offended acceptance. Offended acceptance is a peculiar thing and is very widespread.

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Future Ready

Most investors make their investment decisions purely on past performance, that is, returns. The trouble with such an approach is that it often fails to suggest how the fund will perform going forward. Analysts and fund trackers must consider factors beyond just performance and focus on more critica

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