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The Branding Of Education

The irony is that education in India hasn’t learnt any vital lessons and it’s time it did.

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Rise With The Tide

Investing insights from Lord Ganesha’s avatar – Mayureshwar to free you of your financial worries forever and accelerate your progress immediately.

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The Power Of Possibility: Democratising Governance Of Government Schools

Institutionalising democratic values beyond the papers of our nation’s constitution and into the hearts of our constituents is a behemoth challenge.

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Arrest of P. Chidarmaram

Since the night, former Financial Minister Mr Chidambaram was arrested, there has been a lot of debates, discussions and deliberations about the manner of his arrest by CBI, jumping his residence walls and entering his premises. What does it look like from a legal point of view?

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Digitization – Key Lever For Development Of Innovative Solutions

The digital revolution of air cargo industry includes the use of disruptive technologies that are changing the global business landscape. IoT, wireless technologies (sensors and data loggers), blockchain and artificial intelligence are the technologies in trend which aim to bring the much-needed transformation in the industry.

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Can Platforms Pave The Way To An Inclusive $5 Trillion Economy?

The country needs a concerted ecosystem-wide effort to create conditions where Persons with Disability have an equal opportunity for benefiting from the platform economy

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Making Most Of IoT By Moving To Edge

At the heart of IoT lies the idea of a self-configuring and adaptive network which connects real-world things to the Internet.

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Three Ways To Beat The Lifestyle Creep

Here are three simple ways in which you can buck the trend and avoid falling prey to this all too common malady.

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Gently Into The Night...

India has lost a former finance and defence minister. Our democracy is now bereft of one of the finest parliamentarians that has adorned its chambers. Justice weeps, for it has lost one of its fairest and most illustrious sons. Cricket is today much the poorer, its finest strategist having departed ...

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Behavioural Aspects Impacting Family Planning

Family Planning (FP) as a phrase is still a taboo and is typically treated with derision. We have made significant gains but these need to be sustained so that we do not lose what we have gained.

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India’s Food Processing Sector Against Traditional Challenges

Most of the jobs will be generated in rural parts of the country, which would lead to the overall development of the country and curtail distress migration.

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India’s Trade Policy: Looking To The Future

The short point is that one cannot look at trade policy in isolation but to recognise that it has three elements: trade in commodities (imports and exports), trade in services and FDI.

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Why Are Large Corporates Going the Co-Working Way?

Flexible, co-working spaces too will gradually evolve around the world with traditional workplace designs to co-exist as part of a more hybrid places for everyone to work from.

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How Co-Living Is Addressing The Challenges Of India’s Real Estate Space

India’s co-living players are combining technology with human expertise to provide tenants with end-to-end housing experience.

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Agility Is Key For Working In India’s Gig Economy

The gig economy is creating an agile work environment, with the much-needed stability supported by smart tech.

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