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Latest Articles in Opinion

Dark Roast Double Shot: Is Business of Artisans Bad Business?

For me, it left me wondering if the ends of business could only be achieved to the exclusion of everything else, or was it just the obsession of the generation of leaders who veered so sharply to the lure of lucre that other avenues to them were always a cul-de-sac.

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Tackling Problematic Content Online, At Scale

Disinformation campaigns are always created with a specific objective: to manipulate perceptions and sow discord in a way that benefits its proponents.

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Wide Scope Of Innovation For Fintech Sector

“No other country offers the depth, width and length of issues faced in the banking and financial services sectors

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Investors Eye Uniqueness, Reasonable Market Share

Indian start-ups have attracted capital in the form of equity, provided largely by venture capitals, high net worth individuals and private equity firms.

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‘‘Need to Reform Agri-Credit System”

Streamlining the agri-credit system to facilitate higher crop loans to farmer-producer organisations of small farmers against commodity stocks can be a win-win model

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Future Of Energy

The volatility around the price of oil and gas, and coal, is a result of uncertainty around the future of fossil fuels as a part of our lives in the future to come.

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Editor's Letter: Workplace Role Models

In this issue, we carried a study of the best places to work in across IT and IT- BPM organisations, FinTech and other stories

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A Fair Shot For Women Entrepreneurs

A major shift in mindsets along with interventions from the government and industry are needed to build thriving conditions that facilitate and empower women entrepreneurs

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Re-imagining Governance With Aspirational Districts Programme

Despite the rising GDP growth rates, the country cannot ignore its developmental challenges.

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Right, Left and Centre: and the Pun

Acceptance of rules, public faith in system, free speech and association, equal access to voting, accuracy in counting votes and enforceable election laws are all important.

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Learning: The Winner’s Mantra

Every day, every interaction, every individual, whether in personal or professional lives, can enable learning. It is for those who live in the quest to grab the opportunity to learn, and imbibe what each of life’s experience teaches, to reap the benefits!

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Budget for Atmanirbhar Communities

With a little philanthropy, some drops of stakeholder capitalism, and the vast experience of organisations like the UNESCO, community media can be made into a very powerful tool for building self-reliant communities.

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Will Crypto Bubble Grow Or Burst Amidst The Bitcoin Rise?

One should be aware that some online shops do not accept any cryptocurrencies yet. Those that do might require you to pay an additional fee whenever you’re making a transaction with Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.

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Does Change Empower Or Disempower You?

When you embrace courage to change, you will consciously choose wisely and respond to external situations by choice. Or else you will react, thereby losing control, stability, and confidence.

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Red-alert for India Inc. : ‘Boredom’...

While boredom isn’t depression, the feeling of boredom isn’t to be ignored. In fact, boredom deserves attention and working towards getting out of that feeling.

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