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Brand You – Building And Sustaining Your Brand

While you are building your brand presence outlined above, remember that building a brand and sustaining it for the longevity of the brand is very important.

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Different Types Of Property Insurance That One Can Avail

Whether you are someone who owns a home or a commercial property, or you are a tenant living on rent, everyone irrespective of the geographical location can opt for a property insurance to safeguard their assets and belongings. Assess the policy benefits carefully and opt for a plan that best suits your needs.

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Inflation Taming. Need Both Monetary Intervention, Fiscal Action

Inflation, even if it’s temporary, needs taming and the finance ministry uses the abundant fiscal space to supplement the effort of the RBI.

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India’s Women Workers – Wither?

This belies data that shows that women are already choosing to get educated and delay marriage. The solution lies in the quality of work, wages, women’s safety, and less hostile work environments.

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Co-Working Spaces Emerging As Preferred Partners As Offices Gear To Reopen

One of the things that make co-working great is the flexibility of leasing options, customized as per the needs of each business. The lease can be short-term or longer, based on the requirement which can also be easily tailored as well

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Is Sense Of Disbelief Part Of Our Societal DNA?

Mere posturing and verbal diarrhoea won’t solve for anything. Let us start believing in ourselves, as a nation, about our capabilities and direct it with intent.

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Right To Free Movement: Domestic Movement, Travel Abroad, Leave Out & Come Back To The Country

The right to leave including travel abroad is an important basic human right for it nourishes the independent and self-determining creative character of the individual, not only by extending his freedoms of action but also by extending the scope of his experience.

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Re-imagining The Future Of Cities ‒ Dehradun

The bell is tolling for many cities and towns across the nation as they crumble inexorably. Today’s anything goes approach is a recipe for disaster as stretched infrastructure and facilities are not capable of expanding any further. Dehradun denizen Anoop Nautiyal pointed out that by 2025, there will be more vehicles on the roads of Dehradun than people, and each vehicle will have a daily wait of at least 90 minutes in traffic jams. That is not how a garden city wants to be seen

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Irresponsible Welfarism Hurts Beneficiaries, Creates Minimal Impact

Our policymakers and institutions are ambivalent about behavioural economics in the mistaken belief that behavioural economics neglects many macros, mass unemployment and others. Focusing on behaviours makes us understand why street vendors borrow at 60 per cent a year or why people buy extended warranties and drink and drive

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Measuring Sustainability

In this special edition, we have looked at several KPIs that together indicate a company’s sustainable performance.

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Sensitising The Young: Pathways To Better Politics

The youth therefore need to be encouraged to be sensitive, to treat all issues which affect people en masse on priority and make a difference in whatever ways they can.

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The Netflix Melt Down: A Reality Check In A Changing World

Technology leadership is not enough and is only one aspect of the strategic leadership the company desperately needs

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$1 Trillion Export Economy

The impact of India’s export surge will have several spin-off benefits for the Indian economy.

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Need For Corporates To Renew Action And Efforts To Prevent Climate Change

Earth Day 2022 underscores the urgent need to renew action to prevent climate change

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Healthcare Consumerism: A Future Of Empowering People

With consumer empowerment, greater healthcare development and social coverage, there is a good chance that healthcare seekers as agents shall serve themselves better

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