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ITC Hotels: Putting The Customer First

The company continuously identifies key talent and then assigns development plans for them. Meritocracy is the biggest driver

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Precious Metals Unlikely To See Significant Change In 2016

All four of the precious metals registered double digit price declines in 2015 and the current global scenario does not appear conducive for a significant recovery in 2016

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Politics Of Policy | For Passion, Not Profit

Innovation and enterprise in India is being led by the young and the daring. As large organizations struggle to transform, young entrepreneurs will lead the way in being smart and responsible

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Disequilibrium | Hoping For A Better Year

While untangling of knots left behind by the UPA has taken its toll, but the time has come for the Modi Government to show resolve, stomach and steel to go in for metamorphic reforms

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Problem With Weather Forecasts In India And Way Ahead

In spite of everything, the experience of Indian users with respect to weather forecasts is on a correction path, riding on evolutionary changes ignited by private enterprise.

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A Year That Failed To Sparkle

Moody’s estimates that prices of rough fell by 18 per cent since the beginning of 2015, while Bain & Co said that there had been a decline of nearly 23 per cent since mid 2014. Both analysts believe that further cuts will be required to restore equilibrium in the pipeline

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Bold Tax Reform: PM's Silver Bullet

Tax all those with a taxable income below Rs 20 lakh at a flat rate of 10 per cent. Tax those with a taxable income above Rs 20 lakh at a flat rate of 20 per cent

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Climate For Development

It is important to note that past emissions, which have led to the present global crisis, have overwhelmingly come from developed countries. This historical responsibility cannot be wished away

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Japan, India's 'Swing' Power

Following the festering dispute over the Senkaku islands in the East China Sea, Tokyo's long-term vision is to develop India as a manufacturing hub for its industries. India's low-wage economy and skilled workforce fit neatly into this vision

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Disequilibrium | How Sloth And Greed Have Tripped India’s Roads & Highway Plan

The catatonic state of our road and highway network needs an urgent dose of an alchemic preparation to revitalise it. Given the state of disarray and disrepair that the UPA left the NHAI in, it requires significant attention to mend things

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