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Book Review: Dignity And Life

The author, while explaining why health and disease are distributed unequally, carefully picks social causes across various communities

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Book Review: Right Vs Wrong

The author poignantly brings out key lessons that one can learn from our own rich heritage. The perspectives that the author brings to the table throughout this book are intriguing and force a debate in our minds

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Book Review: Driving Change

The book holds clarity in its approach to not spur research but guide towards action, providing concrete problems and countering situations faced by social entrepreneurs and the ways in which they have dealt with them, to bring forth forth innovations.

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Book Extract: Start With The CEO

Transforming an organisation’s culture starts with a CEO who is willing to think differently and think big

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Case Study: Trained For Wise Living

“Are we educated at all? Because you pass a few examinations, have a job, competing, struggling, brutalising ambition, is that education?” — J. Krishnamurti, The Collected Works, Volume VIII

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Case Analysis: Connect To The Real World

Students meet disappointment when the realisation dawns that his / her education did not prepare him for the real world, writes G. Gautama

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Case Analysis: Blame Or Build

We can all blame the world but we have to take charge of our own future if we have to make anything of ourselves, writes Kaushik Gopal

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Case Analysis: Transformation And Vision

Skills and attitudes such as creativity and flexible thinking are of greater value than acquiring static knowledge, writes Nisha Nair

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Apps: Lights & Action

Apps that can make pictures interesting and create graphics and logos and filters to make your pictures more interesting and an app to cater to your creative side

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Bollywood’s One Death Too Many

Has it become a hell hole of smashed dreams? Or, is the work and relationships so stressful that it pushes young people to the brink?

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