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Latest Articles in Magazine 4 Feb 2021

Nation on Course of a Robust Economic Revival

The Budget certainly covers an extra mile in carrying forward the momentum on the policy front, aligned to the vision of ‘Atma Nirbharta’

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Union Budget Strengthens the Focus on Growth

Overall, the budget retained the focus on growth while moving towards fiscal consolidation in a phased manner

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Budget 21-22: Prioritising Health for all Citizens

Roping in private healthcare providers can help create sustainable models in hospital and critical care

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Budget 21-22: A Blueprint For Growth

The Budget, while laying out a national blueprint for overall growth, reiterates its focus on Housing for All and affordable housing

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Budget 21-22: A Growth Budget For Tough Times

The Budget walks the tightrope between high government spending due to the pandemic and the need for raising greater resources for development

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Budget 21-22: Much Left Unanswered

Against the backdrop of the NEP 2020, there were expectations of significant announcements in the Budget for the education sector

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Budget 20-21: Healthcare Via Healthy Living

This year’s Union Budget promotes the concept of holistic healthcare based on an understanding that the best investment in healthcare is prevention of disease, and it is also considerably cheaper than tackling disease and treatment

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Budget 20-21: Pushing For Growth

The first budget of the new decade goes for a big push in government spending, privatisation of PSUs, disinvestment and strategic sale and lays a much greater emphasis on health, education, skilling and select structural reforms. For the salaried class, there are no sweeteners though

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Editor's letter: May It Trickle Down

In this issue of BW Businessworld, we bring you a list of the 40 most influential young leaders of the year

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Fifty-Fifty: New Presidency: New Themes, New Memes

Will President Biden’s tenure be all dull and boring? The red button, the stutter and the mittens only indicate that despite ‘old’ Biden being somewhat colourless and unexcitable, there is a good fifty-fifty chance that the next four years will still give us our share of lighter moments and uplifting narratives.

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Dark Roast Double Shot: Navigating Disruption

Be it a disruption in our professional lives or personal the questions are similar. The pain and anxiety are alike. The sense of vulnerability congenerous.

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Immunizing Our Businesses

Here are some lessons I have learnt on immunizing my businesses

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Battles Of This Century Will Be Won On The ‘Power Of Ideas’

Our policymakers must be on the watch nevertheless, rethink and prepare. The government needs to create, stimulate and vitalize the enabling ecosystem.

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The Comforts Of Herding

Every consumer decision is essentially a spontaneous, emotional, unthinking, impulsive decision. The process leading to it may be interspersed by a logical, rational, measured, comparative input but nevertheless, it is the servant, not the master.

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