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Green Shoots or False Dawn?

India’s population is the youngest among all major world economies – its median age is 28 against 37 for China and 38 for the United States. This demographic advantage won’t last forever.

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The Rush For World-Class Tag

While some government B-schools, like first-generation IIMs, should strive to secure a position among the top 100 universities in the global ranking, private B-schools should first ponder on what ‘world-class’ mean?

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Future Of Education Is Global And Digital

Millennials are now the main target audience for MBAs, with Generation Z about to join the MBA market. The needs of these future leaders have shifted significantly compared to the needs of previous generations.

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Killing the Golden Goose

The telecom imbroglio has wider ramifications on India’s emerging digital ecosystem.

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Jaat Kahan Ho

Some day extraterrestrials will thrill to Raag Bhairavi in outer space.

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India’s Muscular Diplomacy

India’s assertive new diplomacy has been noticed in global capitals. And yet in key areas the country comes up short.

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Britain’s Brexit Moment

For Britain an FTA with the EU ironically holds the key: over 50 per cent of Britain’s exports go to the EU. The other key trade deals London wants to sign quickly are with the United States, China, Japan and India

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Grandeur Giving Way To Functionality

Considering the huge influx of migrants and a consistent rise in income levels, a comfortable residence is a necessity for working people.

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Secular Stagnation or Super Commodity Cycle – Will India Step Up To Help Save the World?

Whether India grows rapidly to $5 trillion by 2025 or thereabouts and possibly $10 trillion by 2035 will not only have a huge impact on the lives of 1.5 billion Indians - it will also have a huge impact on the roughly 9 billion citizens of the world.

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Nirmala’s 15 Per Cent Masterstroke

Foreign firms like Apple and Microsoft can now set up new manufacturing units registered in India to save on tax and take advantage of India’s low labour costs as well as a relatively high level of software skills.

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