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Latest Articles in magazine 27 June 2016

BJP Wins The Media War

In the perception war the BJP was able to put the embarrassing drubbing it got from the Nitish-Lalu alliance in Bihar and the legal defeat in Uttarakhand behind immediate recall, and prepare itself for the all-important UP elections next year

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The Tea Of The Future

With the idea of delivering fresh tea within the days of production, rather than months, to consumers worldwide, Dugar started what he firmly believed was a viable business, which was initially called Darjeeling Tea Express

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Luxury Travel: Tour De Adventure

The average age group of most luxury travellers in India is 35-44 years. For the young and the young-at-heart, luxury is no longer only about comforts

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Verbatim: Quotable Quotes

Smartphones that are working there (in India) are low end, primarily because of the network and the economics, the market potential has not been as great there: Tim Cook

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The Social Circuit: Simpler, Yet Richer

Social analytics provider Quintly, after analysing 180,000 brand profiles on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter throughout 2015, found that daily post frequency rose 36 per cent on FB and 14 per cent on Instagram, while slipping by 2 per cent on Twitter

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Globescan: Summer Sense

Software maker Microsoft is selling about 1,500 of its patents to Chinese device maker Xiaomi, a rare departure for the US company and part of what the two companies say is the start of a long-term partnership

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Column: The Changing Face of Travel

The object of travel is not to leave carbon footprints. It is, to quote T.S. Eliot, to ‘return where we began and see the place for the first time’. Yatras hold out just that promise, of the journey and the quest becoming one

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‘Our Focus Is On Tier-III And -IV Cities’

George Zhu, global president of China’s Transsion Holdings, talks about his new venture in India and on delivering low-cost mobile phones

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M&A: Celebrating Not Just Mothers

This Mother’s Day, the brand wants people to take note of the mother figures — aunts, grandmothers, neighbours or even friends’ mothers— in their life who have always been there

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Time To Address Critical Gaps

By 2027, India will need more than 450 fighters and other aircraft, and over 200 warships to acquire some serious blue water naval punch

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Startups: The Harmony

Startups in India believe in hand-holding to grow faster, but some motives for sticking together are not as innocent as they seem

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Seven Tips To Ace Social Media

The standout metrics to focus on are the growth rates. Internet access, active social usage and active users of social via mobile devices grew by double digits in 2015

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Gadgets & Gizmos: It’s Sheer Simplicity

The iconic e-paper screen Pebble smartwatches are finally in India and the Pebble Time Round is especially pretty, light and minimalistic

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