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Finding Life’s Purpose In Empowering Young Students To Innovate

"The more challenges we face in life, the stronger we believe that we shall be successful in life," said Dr. Dhanajay Pandey, a teacher-coach-mentor

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Kofi Annan: A Stubborn Optimist

Kofi Annan, the Ghanaian diplomat and former United Nations secretary-general, passed away at age 80 at a hospital in Bern, Switzerland after a short illness

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UK Confirms Nirav Modi In Its Territory, CBI Moves Extradition Request

Interpol had issued a Red Corner Notice against Modi, one of the masterminds in over USD 2 billion fraud in the Punjab National Bank

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Krishi India 2018 Expo Kicks Off Tomorrow In New Delhi

Krishi India (Wellness India) respond to India’s challenges to drive inclusive, sustainable economic growth that ensures a prosperous and healthy society.

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Cut Losses In Laggards And Give Time For Winners To Run

The US has been the standout developed market and India has also done well amongst emerging markets over the last few months. These are also our highest conviction markets for now

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Vajpayee - A master Orator, A Master Teacher

Very early in life, Vajpayee knew that in order to be a good communicator one has to be a good listener first. The former prime minister had mastered the art of listening to all viewpoint

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You Were Wrong Mr. Shakespeare

A true statesman, Atalji was an icon of this era and that icon has left us today, leaving behind a legacy that is as inspirational as it is admirable

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Atal Ji Was A Master At Reconciling Diverse Views: Murli Manohar Joshi

Murli Manohar Joshi, Former BJP president, a Cabinet Minister in the Vajpayee Cabinet, spoke to Prabodh Krishna of BW Businessworld

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Vajpayee Was 'Quintessential Gentleman', A Product Of Democracy: Jaitley

Atalji was a democrat. His political style was liberal. He accepted criticism. He was a product of parliamentary democracy and, therefore, valued consensus. He bore no malice.

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Antim Yatra: A Pictorial Look At Funeral Procession Of Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Sea of humanity at the last rites of Bharat Ratna, former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee

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A Relatively Unknown Story About Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Atal Bihari Vajpayee died at the AIIMS hospital, Delhi on August 16 at the age of 93 following prolonged illness

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When Atal Took Care That Sheila Dikshit Was Served Her Favourite Snack

Sheila Dikshit, Former Chief Minister of Delhi and Senior Congress Leader spoke to Prabodh Krishna of BW Businessworld

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Yet To Find Someone Who Was Not Awestruck By Atal Ji: Lalji Tandon

Lalji Tandon, former BJP MP from Lucknow, and a long-time associate of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, spoke to Prabodh Krishna of BW Businessworld

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Highways To Overseas Oilfield Acquisition: Vajpayee A Bellwether Policy Reformer

He built India's most famous highway project, started privatisation to cut government's role in running businesses and made big-ticket overseas acquisitions to secure energy supplies - former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was truly a bellwether policy reformer of modern India.

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Why BJP Needed Vajpayee, The Statesman, More Than Ever Before

With the passing away of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, India has lost its tallest statesman, a voice of reconciliation, much needed in these polarizing times.

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