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Latest Articles in magazine 27 Sep 2021

We All Need An ‘Alteration Tailor’ In Our Lives: Prakash Iyer

When we go clothes shopping, we often need an alteration tailor who fixes the small details to fit to size. What if we get such an alteration tailor in our lives who can point out our flaws and make our lives more effective? In a conversation with BW Businessworld, Prakash Iyer talks about his recent book, ‘How Come No One Told Me That?’ and shares some personal moments and instances that eventually became life changing lessons

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Newer Medications Available Now Are More Effective With Lower adverse Effects: Dr Naval K. Vikram

Dr Naval K. Vikram, Professor, Metablic Research Group of the Department of Medicine at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) talks at length of the cures, precautions and new research findings on diabetes in a conversation with BW Businessworld’s Manish Kumar Jha

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Brands Girdle Up to Woo Revenge Shoppers

Marketers plan a slew of multi-media campaigns, big-ticket events, robust gift-pack promotions and new product launches for the festive season ahead

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Building The Future of Audio

Relevance, familiarity and popularity promise a high growth trajectory and a shining future for audio ventures

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We Are the Fastest Growing Country as Far as Energy Transition is Concerned: Raj Kumar Singh

Union Minister of Power, New and Renewable Energy, Raj Kumar Singh, charts out the blueprint for this transition toward green energy in an exclusive interview with BW Businessworld and Exchange4Media Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Annurag Batra and BW Disrupt Editorial Lead Urvi Shrivastav

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‘Every Redeveloped Station has Unique Characteristics, Complexities and Scale’

Spearheading it is S.K. Lohia, MD & CEO, IRSDC who shares with Ashish Sinha of BW Businessworld an overview of the projects that have been completed, or are nearing completion and the overall vision of this mega project.

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Infrastructure: Mega Monetisation Drive

The redevelopment of Indian Railways’ stations as well as airports are among the lowest hanging fruits in the ambitious National Monetisation Pipeline provided it’s executed well — that is, attracting well-meaning private investors

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Editor's Letter: Maharajah Comes Home

In this issue, we have looked at all aspects of the deal and our editorial commentary brings in perspectives and international comparisons that hopefully open up new perspectives from which to view the return of Air India to the Tatas.

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Right Time To Begin Is The Key: Matthew Brennan

In a conversation with BW Businessworld’s Chairman & Editor-in-Chief, Annurag Batra, Matthew Brennan, author and international speaker speaks on this book ‘Attention Factory: The Story of TikTok and China’s ByteDance’ and discusses who exactly is Zhang Yiming

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Tata’s Air India Challenge

So, 68 years later, has Air India finally come back home? And what are the challenges that lie ahead?

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Air India Brand Journey: Of Pride, Prudence, Panache

Brand Air India created for itself the identity of an airline of high repute, offering the experience of a palace in the sky really. Harish Bijoor, brand guru & founder, Harish Bijoor Consults discusses Air India’s brand journey

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A Red Carpet For The Maharajah

This time the Government of India’s disinvestment plan is focused on a quicker deal closure and on making the transaction fructify. If announced over the next few days, this deal could see closure in a few months (this financial year itself).

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Long Live The Maharajah

...all angles are examined. transfer of ownership, whether between two private entities or between a government-owned entity and a private party takes time

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Returning To The Tatas

“Tatas, one of India’s biggest business houses, deserve better — can’t be content with operating airlines commanding 5 per cent market share. Air India will catapult it to the league of mega carriers”

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Air India: Will it Finally Find Its Wings?

The Air India business model, post the disastrous decision in 2011 to amalgamate it with Indian Airlines, was simply unsustainable and this was the Modi government’s only viable option to untangle the mess it had inherited.

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