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Latest Articles in Opinion

Is Autonomy A Panacea?

True autonomy blossoms when the mind is unshackled, the academic environment is facilitating and adequate external links exist for support

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DeMo: How May We Have Done It Better

Balanced execution or not, the opposition would have found issues one-way, or the other

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A Make In India Success Story Long Before The Push

As the government of India emphasises on businesses and individuals to adopt a ‘Make in India’ strategy, a success story of the past stands out for its sheer nerve…

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Electric Vehicles And Financial Services Hot For Investments

Digital payments market size in the country is expected to touch $500 billion by 2020, accounting for about 15 per cent of GDP

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Tech Trends: Snapchat For Grownups

Apple’s new Clips app for iOS allows businesses and individuals to add a dash of polish to their social videos

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The Deadly D: Demotivation

You can buy everything in the world but some things can never be bought - Character, Respect, Loyalty and Trust

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When PR Guides Journalists On How To ‘Write’

Journalists today know what they are up against and so do the PR people. To ensure the longevity of this ‘bond’, the lines are more or less drawn and people try to play within it

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"Make In India" - A Creative Mentation

An egalitarian society can lead a resurgent nation if it is focussed on social reform, economic growth of the downtrodden and protection of cultural diversity. This is truly possible, only when every child in the country is educated and eventually finds a meaningful job leading the country to an unparalleled self-belief

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Online Video Marketing Will Have A Phenomenal 2017

The good thing about online content is that the audience will find the content. Whatever be the quantum of content or crazy data points, your audience will flock around the content as long as it has superb storytelling. Why?

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The Margin Of Error For Brands Is Diminishing

Marketers are truly living in interesting times. The recent experiences of Pepsi, Nivea and the airline wars are all proof that the consumer is watching, and in many instances, not forgiving…

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Technology In The Life Of A Farmer: Can It Mitigate Suicides?

"Farmer suicides rise 15% to 235, opposition raises pitch for loan waiver" screams the TOI of March 19th 2017, 36,359 Cr farm loans waived off in UP, screams another head line, a mad scramble to waive off farmer loans seems to be the order of the day. Are these sustainable propositions? Does the farmer really benefit?

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India Can Lead Again, If It Acts Now

We need to address each segment differently, and re-energise employers to lead skill development efforts. India could once again leverage this opportunity and be the skill capital of the world

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Education Needs To Be More Than Just A Degree

Higher education in India is in deep crisis. Lack of practical orientation, industry focus and commitment to develop skills among students has led to education that is irrelevant, apathetic and irresponsible

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Skills Conundrum Or Skills Denouement

Skills only, or skills and education through various certification levels can easily be conducted under the provisions of the university and award of a degree or a diploma would be legally tenable for those who wish to progress through higher certification levels

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Challenges For The Government In Healthcare

With about 50 million migratory population which is 'intra-state', mainly residing in the metros & another 20-25 million 'inter-state' migratory population, the threat of 'health concerns raised by migration' looms large & a govt. intervention in an organised way only seems to be the solution in sight

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