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Latest Articles in Magazine 31 March 2018

Keeping Your Word

When promises are missing or unclear, there is unproductive action and dissatisfaction

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Brooms Are A Passé

A Dyson technician comes over for a thorough run-down of the tech, how each of the attachments function and how to set up the docking station — right to the way it is built, you get a distinct feeling the money has been spent well.

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Check Out: Sennheiser Ambeo

Ambeo is a rather unique product, one that adds an extra dimension to the videos you capture. Binaural audio may not itself be a new thing, but kudos to Sennheiser for making it far more accessible and mainstream

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For The Serious Players

Microsoft's Xbox One X scores high on all counts, but for the size of the hard disk

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All Lit Up

Walking through the grounds admiring the lanterns, the mood was festive with people chatting, laughing and enjoying the sites

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Where Sun, Moon Are Home

Taiwan is a hidden gem in the heart of Asia, discovers Smita Tripathi

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Right Every Wrong, Don’t Defend Wrongs!

Johnson & Johnson, which lost 30 per cent market share and over $125 million in recalling stock, won praise for its quick and appropriate action

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When Numbers Don’t Say Anything

India strives to bring 50 per cent of the gross cropped area within the ambit of insurance by FY19 to shield farmers from the whimsies of nature. The evident progress of the PMFBY notwithstanding, the Economic Survey looks wistfully towards Kenya’s crop insurance scheme. What is the Indian administration stumbling on? BW Businessworld investigates

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The Power Of FinTech

India’s fintech market is forecast to double by 2020, from $1.2 billion at present

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Will India Too Lose Its Lifeline?

The drought in Cape Town has set alarm bells ringing across the world, especially in India, where depletion of ground water is rampant. Are Indian cities in peril, asks Avishek Banerjee

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‘MSMEs, Textiles To Be Future Job Generators’

In an interview with Suman K. Jha, Giriraj Singh lists his priorities and concerns

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The Great Construction Boom

Pan-India construction of roads, highways, houses, airports and ports is helping allied industries such as infra financing, construction equipment, steel and cement makers perform well

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He Said, They Said

Rahul Gandhi, the new Congress president, has several new ideas to change India, except the ideas are not entirely novel and many are already work-in-progess

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The Second Coming Of Corporates

In this issue of BW Businessworld, we look at a conglomerate that has been in India for more than 20 years and made its dominance known in many spheres. Samsung is known for the Korean enterprise

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Aspirations For The Indian Economy!

Achieving the 10 per cent growth in ten years that India aspires for, will require synchronised efforts from the government and the private sector

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