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Latest Articles in magazine 30 november 2015

Why India Isn’t Buying US And European Nuclear Plants

Until 2005 India was a pariah in the international nuclear community. For decades, it could not import nuclear technology, equipment, technical services or uranium for its civil nuclear programme.

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The Entire Protein Thing

Lack of enough protein in diet is a common worry among vegetarians. And if you’re one of them, you need to consider how to boost your protein intake

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Brand Modi: Sharp But too Niche?

Many years ago as a young consumer researcher, I had the opportunity to work on the revitalisation of a well-reputed but shrinking business. A baby oil from a much-loved MNC.

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Bihar Poll: Pollsters, Media Falter Again

The one exit poll that got it right, Axis Ad-Print Media which forecast 169-183 for the Grand Alliance, was never aired as its channel partner, CNN-IBN, was too mortified to broadcast results so severely slanted against the BJP

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Time To Focus On Exports

The political logjam in the country will only serve to erode the significance of the ‘Make in India’ pitch, and the investors will be disillusioned

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Book Extract: Culture Calls

Multinational is the statement of the owner, the statement of the speaker, to say that the company has a presence in so many countries. Multicultural is the statement of a receiver to say somebody understands his or her culture.

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Checks & Balances

The author talks about the scale of defence spending, how different professions have influenced the Indian society over the years and the current state of education system in the country.

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Seeing The Wider Context

In his introduction, the author writes, “My job is to live in the future and treat tomorrow as history.” True to his word, Dixon writes on energy, environment, healthcare, retail, supermarkets, pharma, media, e-commerce — you name it and he has put the scenarios in this book.

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Tata Group Chronicles

The book chronicles Tata Group’s journey from being a $5.8-billion enterprise in 1992 to its transformation into a $103-billion giant by 2014, writes Giraj S. Sharma

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Life Lessons

The book features celebrities and professionals from from all streams who have overcome all odds and pursued their passion.

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Don’t Lose The Plot

Through a series of anecdotes, Witzel raises a total of 50 warning flags of symptoms leading to managers going daft, losing the plot and destroying value, writes Subin Subiah

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BW Event: Designing The Future

BW Smart Cities held its 4th Enabling Smart Cities conference in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, on 14 October 2015. K. Phanindra Reddy, principal secretary, Municipal Administration and Water Supply, Government of Tamil Nadu, delivering the inaugural address, set the tone by stressing the need to address key gaps in the journey towards a 'full-blown smart city' by strengthening the institutional mechanism in cities and the state, especially in Tamil Nadu that has the distinction of being the most urbanised state with 48.5 per cent urban population.

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The Global Indian

It isn’t so much about Indian or foreign anymore, so much as whether you are part of the global set or not, writes Venkatagiri Rao

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Get Your Own House

Don’t miss the bus waiting for the home loan rates to come down further. There are ways to bring down the interest burden!

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Missing Passengers

Railway minister Suresh Prabhu must be a worried man. The passenger traffic is shrinking, and so are the chances of meeting the revenue targets for the fisc. Between April and September of the current financial year, Indian Railways saw a shortfall of 142 million passengers compared to the corresponding period last year. In percentage terms, it amounted to a 5 per cent drop in passenger traffic and nearly 7 per cent fall in passenger revenue, compared to the Budget targets. In real terms, passenger earnings in the six-month period stood at Rs 23,108.38 crore as against the Budget target of Rs 24,814.48 crore. The cumulative passenger traffic for the same period stood at 4,110 million against projections of 4,327 million.

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