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Latest Articles in magazine 13 june 2016

The Things People Share

Much is made of sharing on social networks even though it’s bringing to the surface disturbing facets of human behaviour

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Editor's Letter: The Coming Star Wars

The bad news for Sony is that it has the rights for only one more year. After the curtains fall on this season’s matches, the bidding process for the next IPL term will begin

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How Not To Burn Yourself

Don’t eat roadside foods. Unless you trust the source, avoid fresh juices, junk foods like paani puri, cut fruits or salads outside

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India’s Education Deficit

The country is unable to educate its youth students fast enough to keep pace with the demands of the economy

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Book Extract: The IPL World

IPL Viewership Reaches 335 Million | Kanpur to host IPL for the first time | Apple CEO Tim Cook enjoys IPL experience in Kanpur

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The A-B-C Of Ban-O-Nomics

The ban is taking India nowhere. Rather than using it for political mileage, the Centre should reverse its stand as it will retard investment

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The Coming IPL War

IPL’s fast-paced format is not only very popular and entertaining, it also means big bucks for all stakeholders. As its telecast rights come up for renewal, no wonder there is such a scramble

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‘Despite Credibility Dent, IPL Is On Growth Path’

BW Businessworld spoke to Farokh Balsara, leader, Media & Entertainment (M&E) sector, at Ernst & Young (EY), was one of the founding members of FICCI-Frames, on IPL and its future

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Economy: No Ifs, No Butts

The tobacco industry is putting up a strong defence against graphic warnings. But its claims do not hold up to scrutiny

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Workplace: The Couch To Glory

Candidates for top jobs in large organisations now not only have to clear rounds with the board but with the couch doctor too

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Making ‘The Complete Man’ And More

Raymond, a perfect guide to a well-dressed man, will soon be one to women too, with more brands up its sleeve

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‘Our Quality Kept Us Alive’

Gautam Singhania, Chairman and managing director, Raymond, spoke to BW Businessworld about textile industry and its secret of survival

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The Nitty-gritty Of Education Loans

A good foreign education could cost several lakh; hence, students must opt for those courses that could guarantee employment

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Governance: Snags And The City

Bangalore is more infamous for its traffic snarls than it is popular for its spectacular IT revolution. Growing population and poor infrastructure are choking it

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An Economic Renaissance?

In the next one year, during which he will cross the midpoint of his prime ministership, Modi must hunker down to execute schemes already in place: Make in India, Digital India, Smart Cities and many others

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