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The Midas Touch – Boon or Curse

Here is the story of Vandana and Pranav - how they have turned a fintech startup into a billion dollars unicorn.

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The Balloon Effect

A drug-free world is a far-fetched fairy tale which we all dream of. Seeing this become a reality would be a sign of immense improvement in the mindset of humans and would mark a milestone in the evolution of humans. Let us start today, by changing our own mindset, and our own approach to illicit drug abuse.

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The Era Of Borderless Boardrooms

Meeting rooms are becoming more and more interactive—a change that will also be reflected in boardrooms.

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Right To Information As A Tool To Strengthen Indian Democracy

We need to protect this sacred right, if we consider the right to democracy as a form of government among our cherished rights.

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India Needs Its GPs, For Healthier GDP…

A well-trained GP adds value, as they have the perspective and knowledge of a broad spectrum of diagnostic testing and medicine.

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Drones: The Human Ingenuity

Though drone technology is exciting and full of new promises, not everything is right about their use. They rapid adoption have raised several security concerns in the private space of our lives.

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Financial Literacy Among Rural Women: Foundation Of Economic Inclusion

With the financial inclusion of rural women and their unique hurdles taken into account, this potential can also be realised on a personal level with women moving out of the often-exploitative informal sector into more productive activities, enabling themselves and their families with financial stability.

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Improving The Policy Environment For A Booming Agrochemical Sector

Farmers need to produce 70% more food than today to feed the growing population by 2050. This can be achieved only by continuously improving the agrochemical policies that directly impact our agricultural process.

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Rethinking Security under A New World Order

Expenditures on security thus should not be restricted to arms and ammunition and deployment of troops but also building bureaucracies and infrastructure which effectively battle the shocks that emerge in difficult conflicts.

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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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In This Proxy Corporate War, Punit Goenka Is The Preserver

What lies behind the Invesco-Zee dispute? Why is an otherwise win-win partnership facing obstacles? What really should be the steps to consider? BW Businessworld’s Editor-in-Chief, a media observer for over two decades, takes on some of these questions in this column

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Dark Roast Double Shot: The Bedrock of Iconic Leadership

The strength of great leadership however comes from the depth of commitment of the followers.

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Devi On Board

Why then does it become so difficult for us, the worshippers of this Feminine Power to acknowledge the value and drive towards its inculcation into our professional spheres?

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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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The Air India Homecoming. And The Road Ahead

It is a homecoming for Tatas, and for the Government, for whom disinvestment is one of the core agendas, disinvestment of Air India would be a catalyst in the process.

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