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Private Eyes & Arms For Protection

Over one billion Indians are protected by only 1.5 million armed police personnel. The huge mismatch in numbers has opened up opportunities for private companies offering security services

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PI TALKIES: The Escalator Moment

Leader’s duty is to point towards a better way, and help the team traverse that path. In most cases, the leader himself may have ‘been there, done that’

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IBM Thinks Watson In Cognitive Mode

The technology platform, Watson, does hold a lot of potential for solving customer problems through its advanced analytics capabilities. But it needs to work in tandem with end-user organisations and may be a long way from commercial success in India

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GM Crops: Hotbed Of Activism

Sutanu Guru analyses why the controversy surrounding genetically modified crops has erupted all over again

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Say What You May, Jio Has Merely Played Smart

With PM Modi as the brand’s leading face and product offers that many are struggling to make business sense of, Reliance Jio asserts that it is important for more reasons than just impact on industry

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Clean Hands, Clean India

With the familiar jingle ‘Dettol Dettol Ho’, the latest TVC makes an effort to reach out to millions in the country in order to create and increase awareness

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The Expense Ratio Fallacy

The expense ratio of a fund essentially encompasses the sum total of the costs that are incurred in distributing, managing and operating it

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Etailers Scramble To Fix Their Logistics

Presently, the country’s logistics industry is pegged at $300 billion. It is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 12.2 per cent by 2020

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Gandhis, Farmers And Politics

In 2010-11, the agricultural sector contributed 44 per cent of the incremental NPAs of banks. It’s also important to note that in the fiscal immediately preceding the farm loan waiver and in the three years after that, higher growth was seen in credit to the agricultural sector

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Jotting: The Inflexible Flexi Pricing

The railway ministry took all by surprise when on 7 September it introduced flexi ticket pricing, a concept borrowed from the aviation sector, for 142 trains like Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto

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