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Latest Articles in Opinion

Smokeless Tobacco Use In Work And Public Places Must Be Prohibited, Akin To Smoking Ban

To achieve the Indian health target that aims to reduce tobacco use by 15% by 2020 and by 30% by 2025, culture- and context-specific strategies addressing the inequalities in tobacco use must be devised, accompanied by strict implementation of tobacco control policies pertaining to SLT. By Sachi Satapathy & Balasubramanian Gopalan

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Strategizing For Taking Indian PSUs On A Higher Growth Path

There is need to have an inclusive approach towards state PSUs to transfer new ideas, technology and knowledge in the public sector space to them also, to increase the net contribution of the PSU eco system towards the GDP of the country.

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Greed Makes You Bleed In Negotiation

It is always easy to negotiate with a person who likes you as compared with the one who does not like you. Greed has all the ingredients to make a person dislike you.

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The Work On The Ground

Our cover story in this issue is on Techtors, which is an exclusive BW Businessworld property. In this segment we flash the spotlight on the most promising and innovative entrepreneurs who are driving their business on new and state-of-the-art technology.

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Digital – Taking The Form Of Water

The importance of consumer touchpoints to brands is growing at a good pace and this could be due to the below forces of transformation.

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Covid & Chaos: India #Withstood!

Critique is a piece of writing that describes the good and bad points of somebody/something; Criticism is an expression of what one thinks is bad about somebody / something. This is a critique about the Covid handling in the Indian “Black month”. Yet #IndiaWithstood

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IBC Needs Amendments, Not Postponement

The need of the hour is a series of quick amendments in the IBC so that stressed enterprises can take this route for an orderly resolution.

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Different Pandemics, Similar Lessons

Let us have faith in the experts and listen to them rather than argue with them. Let us learn from our past mistakes and failures and come out of this situation victorious as ever.

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The Butterfly Effect & Shooting The Messenger

It's the butterfly effect and rather than remain embroiled in that spiral of sparring and only lend centripetal force to the tornado, the powers that be need to elevate that narrative to escape getting sucked into its vortex.

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Different Ways In Which Technology Is Changing The Future Of Content

Take a look below and see what kind of content format is most effective now and the types one need to be involved in.

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India’s Government Is Big, And Bulging. Governance Suffers

In a global economic setting where both capital and jobs migrate, the reward for good governance is greater than ever before. Penalty is equally severe.

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Five Reasons Why Your Health Insurance Claims May Get Rejected

Below we discuss the possible reasons that a claim is rejected so that one can avoid it:

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Weekly Horoscope: 31 May - 6 Jun 2021

What does the next week have in store for you? Carrying forward the late Bejan Daruwala’s legacy, the authors guide you to make the most of what life has to offer

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Banking In A Planned & Organized Deficit Spending (PODS) Economy

All equity can be converted to debt by issuing deposits in Banks which will earn 10% p.a. tax free interest, but these monies can be used digitally only, and cannot be used for speculative purposes.

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Transcending The Urban: Incubating Rural Innovation

There is no national development without keeping everyone on board and a holistic and inclusive approach towards the same has to do justice to grassroots entrepreneurs and rural endeavour and talent.

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