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A New Chord

The book is packed with examples, case studies and stories from India and a great many from the author’s own experience, which bring the underlying principles alive.

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Opium Buster

Lal in his book has addressed certain key issues regarding the youth getting involved in the operations and the dynamics of the drug mafia.

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It Takes Two To Tango

Government schemes and private sector aspiration need a common rallying point for quality and affordable healthcare to reach the masses.

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Why Former PM Chandra Shekhar Was The Last Icon Of Ideological Politics

It is one of the rare moments in Indian politics when one rose directly to become PM. But then, Chandra Shekhar was a rarity. He was a decisive leader. Had he got the mandate, he would have proved to be one of the best-ever PMs

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Slippery Situation

For now, the risk of rising oil prices due to US-Iran tensions may have receded, but India needs to do more for its energy security.

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Will Agriculture Shine in 2020?

Two years away from the target date for doubling farmers’ incomes, food prices are rising but driven by supply-side glitches. How well is agriculture doing?

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Oasis In The Desert

From timely delivery of projects to generating cash flows, Puravankara is among the few developers that have bucked the trend

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A Booming Business

The Make in India initiative is trying to boost the medical devices industry but MNCs have already cornered significant market share.

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Convert Input Subsidy To Direct Income Support For Farmers: Anil Ghanwat

Anil Ghanwat, President, Shetkari Sangathna, talks to BW Businessworld’s Prabodh Krishna about his expectations from the Union Budget FY 20-21. Excerpts:

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Solving The Issues Of Macro Environment: Krishna Kumar Karwa, MD, Emkay Global Financial Services

The government’s capacity to spend more is seriously dented by its already high borrowing programme and likely fiscal slippages.

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