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Rural Gain Is Urban India's Loss

The Ministry of Urban Development got an allocation of Rs 34,212 crore, marginally up from the last fiscal year

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RCSI Seeks Closer Links With Indian Healthcare Sector

With more than 15,500 graduates worldwide, many of them leaders in key organisations globally, the RCSI alumni network empowers at every career stage, says CEO Cathal Kelly

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Sinha Calls For Planned Development Of Urban Clusters

Sinha says development of airports in the country will drive urbanisation and development and make urban clusters a better experience

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Jallikattu Protesters Keep Up Pressure, Govt Mulls Options

Chief Minister Panneerselvam, who met Modi at his residence in Delhi, told reporters later that the state government in conjunction with the Centre would take steps for holding the event

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To Pay Or Not To Pay

This year, consider migrating your portfolio to a fee-based advisor; but do so with a hint of caution. It is still early days for the fiduciary model in India

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Mahindra Lifespace To Set Up Industrial Park Near Ahmedabad

The company has signed an MoU with Gujarat to establish a 350-acre, multi-product industrial park with an investment of Rs 3,000 crore

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Why Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn Is Upbeat On Intelligent Mobility

Ghosn announces several technologies and partnerships as part of the Nissan Intelligent Mobility blueprint for transforming how cars are driven, powered, and integrated into wider society

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Demonetisation Effect: Degrowth In Two-Wheeler Sector Continues

India’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer Hero MotoCorp posted a negative growth of 33.9 per cent in December 2016. The company could sell only 3,30,202 units in December 2016 as against 4,99,665 units in the corresponding month of the previous year

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Their Worlds Came Crashing Down

Suddenly there was no money, no buyers and so, no sales. Soon there were no profits, no wages and soon after – no jobs...

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Looking Back: Women Of Substance

Some have dominated politics; many have done exceptionally well in banking and quite a few have made a difference to poor lives. They are women of substance.

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'LEED's Journey In India Has Been Incredible'

The success of today's green building movement is largely based on economics, says Mahesh Ramanujam, President and CEO of the US Green Building Council

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It’s None Too Good Until It’s Second To None

No. 2 in passenger car segment in India, Hyundai is determined to surpass the longstanding leader Maruti

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It’s Only The Beginning...

For Michael S. Dell, chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies, a successful Dell EMC merger is only the beginning of a long road ahead

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Era Of The Woman Enterpriser

Talk barriers, and you will find women surmounting them at ease. The 21st century may belong to India, but it most certainly does belong to women entrepreneurs from India

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Startups Hubs: Starting Point

The startup story is a 21st Century fairytale that began in Bengaluru. BW Businessworld does a reality check on the hubs that now offer the most promising ecosystem

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