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Dark Roast Double Shot: The Language Dividend

The government’s move to impart all education in native language till the fifth grade is based on this understanding and will give a fillip to bring back the focus on what is considered to be the first marker of identity.

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How To Invest In Foreign Stocks

Investors can also look at global indices; overseas index funds can provide good opportunity for investors. Investors must certainly evaluate the return given by domestic indices as compared to foreign indices. The investor may also decide to diversity to mitigate risks.

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Driving Improved Outcomes In IBC Through Better Engagement

There are some obvious reasons for the same – lack of defined timelines, abrupt change of process by lenders due to their inherent nature, post closing challenges despite the law providing for reliefs and very limited financing available for such bids.

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Dark Roast Double Shot: Traversing Beyond Problem-Solving

The thought that problem-solving and opportunity-optimising are entirely different ways of growing businesses stayed with me. Over the years, I have realised its wisdom and powerful influence.

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Dark Roast Double Shot: Laugh, So That You May Not Cry

Light-heartedness is not a manifestation of irresponsibility; it is an antidote to the sarcoma of anxiety.

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Retirement: Today’s 60 Is Yesterday’s 40

It is my belief our new life ahead can be the adventure of a lifetime. It doesn't have to be a permanent rest. Ask yourself whether your negative beliefs about retirement are getting in the way of how you really want to live the "third half" of your life.

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Indian Assets Command Confidence

The Rs 25,000 crore that both overseas and domestic investment funds have poured into Indian companies demonstrates their confidence in Indian business models. These investments over the past 24-30 months, indicate that more is yet to come

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Education – Should It Be A Commercial Enterprise?

Government may want to regulate the fee/pricing or at least provide a broad blue print of pricing – given the basic need of education – the pricing power of the providers is immense. However, what can and should be avoided is the sudden change in regulations as India cannot afford $100bn loss in a

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Dark Roast Double Shot: Edifying Leaders

It is a known fact that across the world huge sum of money is spent by corporates to teach and train leadership with very little lasting effect on incumbents going through the process.

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Despite Lockdown Constraints, Issues At NCLT, India Saw Significant Investment

Domestic as well as international funds have been active in the market specifically distressed space. Despite the constraints of NCLT and lockdown India has witnessed lot of interest.

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