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Sustaining Development

Enlightened self-interest requires that the private sector must no longer shirk its responsibility with regard to the community or to the environment which sustains them

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Only Google Can Beat Uber

Why is Google best positioned to drive this project? Two important influences. One is the ability to generate realtime data on road traffic almost anywhere in the world.

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The Insomniac’s Guide

Check your B12 & magnesium: Lack of B-vitamins and magnesium in the body can lead to restlessness and insomnia.

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The Smart Way of Healing

Raising awareness about the high cost of poor hospital hygiene needs to be a major part of PM Modi’s cleanliness campaign

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Davos Diary | Ready For A New World?

Of the revolutions that the world will experience, some will be sharp, some short and some deep. Some revolutions will begin this year, some will peter out and some will gain momentum

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Surfers Take Advantage Of Big El Nino Waves, Snow

As per recent reports, the current El Nino is now ebbing and La Nina conditions are likely to emerge by second half of the year

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Disequilibrium | The Commodity Rout

A whole year of savings on imported oil and other commodities and consequent low inflation has gone by without any transformative decision making

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Decoding The PAN Puzzle

While opposing the new norms for quoting PAN numbers in high value transactions, the jewellery industry must also take the lead in evolving a framework for achieving greater transparency that takes into account its unique history, nature of the product and other specific features

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Disequilibrium | India's Stress Test

If India is to remain insulated from global volatility and currency fluctuations, then it has to build a moat around itself and act independently. Let us not obsess over legislation anymore

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Recharging The Economy

Getting India’s GDP growth trajectory back to 8 per cent a year is critical for three reasons: Creating jobs, driving consumption and boosting investment.

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