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Latest Articles in magazine 06 February 2017

"Cycling Should Be A Peoples’ Movement"

In an interview with BW Businessworld, Pankaj Munjal, chairman and managing director, Hero Cycles, talks about the relevance of cycling, safety, environment and more

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Legal: The Competition Stiffens

A small tweak in the SEZ rules will open the gates to foreign law firms in India, which some fear will threaten Indian firms in the absence of a level playing field

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E-tailer Snapdeal Snaps Out

Will the Indian e-commerce giant manage to recover or succumb to testing times? The war has only just begun. And one of the first ones to bear its brunt has been India’s 3rd largest e-commerce giant, Snapdeal

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The Mega Tech Centre

Digital technology brings with it many operational requirements and data centres is one of them. CtrlS promises to fulfil these tech needs

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Global Finance Comes To India

With the new India INX, India joins an elite group of countries that trade in global financial instruments

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Defence: Riding The Growth

The Modi government’s ‘Make In India’ initiative in defence production is more significant now than ever

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Infosys: Boardroom Feuds

The IT major is facing the crisis at a time when the company is trying hard to set itself on a growth path with the aim of becoming a $20 billion company by 2020

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Blindside: The Indian Ambassador To Nostalgia

We must keep in mind that it was an opportunistic product that was the child of a closed economy. Its origins had little to do with customer needs, product design, manufacturing standards, fuel efficiency or after- sales experience

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Tax Terror Or Transparency?

Sutanu Guru ponders on whether some provisions of the Union Budget could bring back the era of Inspector Raj and Raid Raj

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Jobs: Making Indian Youth Job Ready

The Union Budget focuses on maximising the employability potential of the country’s young population

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Personal Finance: The Blunt Cut

Budget 2017 fails to make any sharp moves in the personal finance section from home-makers to homeowners

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Big Push To Infrastructure

Money begets money. Will the Rs 4 trillion budgetary push to infrastructure attract global investors?

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No Feast For Farmers

There are several good proposals that may uplift the agriculture sector, but no significant reform measures, says Sutanu Guru

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Oil & Gas: Mega Merger

The proposal to merge state-owned oil & gas companies to create a single, unified giant has raised many eyebrows, and hackles

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The Post-Truth Budget

There are two arrows left in the finance minister’s quiver... the huge amount of black money deposited... (and) the goods and services tax

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