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Governance: Snags And The City

Bangalore is more infamous for its traffic snarls than it is popular for its spectacular IT revolution. Growing population and poor infrastructure are choking it

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Bobby Ghosh: From BW BusinessWorld To Global Editor Back In India At Hindustan Times

The new editor of HT Digital Streams comes after successful stints in BW Businessworld, Far Eastern Economic Review, Time and Quartz

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Another Vain Act

In Gurgaon’s case, the city is contemporary. So at best one could have left it alone or renamed it to something that evoked a brand new image, more in line with the business ethos of the city.

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Tech Mahindra: The Big Fish

Tech Mahindra is a $3.9-billion IT company with 1,05,200 plus professionals across 90 countries, serving over 788 global customers including Fortune 500 companies

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Sun Pharma: Strong Biz Acumen

Shanghvi’s “patient approach” in fighting the odds helped Sun Pharma to scale up to the current level

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2015 Marks Mixed Trend For Pharma Sector

The Rs 1,50,000 crore worth drugs pharmaceuticals industry is currently one of the most robust sectors in India

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'Qualification Packs & Job Roles Being Developed Under The Skill Assesment'

Mradul Sharma, Head (Assessments) of CoCubes Technologies discusses how skill assessment can be the first step towards making India a skilled nation

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The Data Route To Millions

While graduating from the College of Business Studies, Delhi University, in 1990, Dhirendra Kumar discovered he had free time after classes. An avid collector of newspapers and magazines for nearly five years, Kumar used that time to put the publicly available information and data he had accumulated into neat Excel tables. After all, in a world before the Internet, mobile telephony and cable TV became the norm, access to information and data was primarily from the printed word.

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