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Latest Articles in magazine 17 october 2016

Facebook Groups Cross 80-million Mark

Facebook had set up Groups to make it easy for people to build a space for important groups of people in their life and bring like-minded people together to learn, support or rally around a common bond or interest. Members can comment and like posts, so it’s easy to discuss anything

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Erosion Of A Knowledge Medium

The offset to this is that all stations have the same substandard RJs who lack depth and vision, and only crave to be famous overnight

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Reforms Are Working, Apparently

People in the government seem confident that this positive signal will be reinforced in October when the World Bank releases rankings for ease of doing business

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Regulating Chaos In Direct Selling

Ministry officials say that in near future, the government could amend the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 suitably to include legitimate direct selling operators under its fold

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Derailing The Middle Class

Indian railways’ decision to introduce flexi fares has not gone down well with passengers. People who regularly travel in Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto — trains in which the scheme is already in effect are complaining of being cheated

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Ubiquitous Luxury

Luxury has been elitist. Luxury thrives on scarcity and pricing. Luxury creates exclusivity. Luxury is materialistic and experiential

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The Glitter In Luxe Stocks

Jewellery companies are making a splash with brands in the luxury space, but only those companies that are managing their rollouts well make the investment cut

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That Top Of The (Gadget) Game Is On

Finding that perfect gadget is like searching for Sasquatch. But here’s a list that will make it easier for you to relieve that bulging wallet. If you can afford any of these, there’s no excuse for living like its 1995…

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‘Dedicated To Building Our Business In India’

Sotheby’s auction sales of modern and contemporary Indian art saw an increase of 27 per cent in 2015, followed by strong results in 2016

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‘The USP Of Longchamp Is Its Versatility’

Radha Kapoor speaks about her foray into the luxury business, the challenges it entails and the lure of the Indian market size in an exclusive interview

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‘We Have To Bet Long On Emerging Markets’

New York-based accessory maker Coach thought twice before venturing into the Indian market. But barely months after it launched its first store, the company sees India as an ‘opportunity to build on’

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‘There Is A Gifting Heritage In India Like Nowhere Else’

Baume & Mercier has been in India for 165 years of its 186-year history. It re-entered India in 2003 and is chalking out a ‘long-term strategy’ tailoring its luxury watches and marketing tactics to Indian preferences. The Swiss watchmaker identifies India among its top five markets in the Asia-Pacific region

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‘India A Key Market With Demanding Customers’

Watches from the French half of Switzerland have always been coveted possessions in India. A brand from the German half now forays into that space

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Whiskies: Liquid Sunshine

If whisky is your drink of choice, have a dram from our pick of some of the rarest whiskies created by master distillers

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Restaurants: Gourmet Fare To Pine For

Restaurants and the food they serve are strictly a matter of choice. It’s all about your palate and what you look for when you are out for a meal. The restaurants that I have chosen for this list of my top five in India have all consistently wowed me with their food

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