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Bureaucracy Today (BT) is proud to be a leader in governance readership and is a window for the corporate world as to what is happening in the government. The BT, an authoritative magazine has a circulation of 1.25 lakh and a readership of 6 lakh. BT readers are influential, affluent and politically powerful.
By virtue of its unrivalled capability in delivering influential readers comprehensively and reaching out to over 6.0 lakh affluent readers from policy makers to entrepreneurs to top bureaucrats, PSU technocrats, to FIIs, diplomats, economists, CEOs, to small businessmen, stock investors and more, the Bureaucracy Today is one of Indias most comprehensive and influential consumer platform. Notably, the Bureaucracy Today readers are responsible for more than 70% of the Indias GDP. Bureaucracy Today publishes highly valuable content in a unique format so that its reader may utilize and benefit from the distinctive and useful information related to India INC and the government.
Profiles and interviews of individual top corporate leaders, bureaucrats and PSU technocrats are presented in a manner that brings out and reveals the state of mind of the top industry leaders so that related stakeholder may benefit from such useful information published in Bureaucracy Today magazine.

Minority Shareholders 'Short-Changed' At Bombay House

The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has turned down a request from Shapoorji Pallonji Group (SPG) vide its investment outfits, viz, Sterling Investment Corporation and Cyrus Investments, to initiate action against Tata Sons for the “oppression of minority interest and mismanagement”. It was done on the ground that the petitioner does not have the required minimum shareholding of 10%.

Minority Shareholders 'Short-Changed' At Bombay House

3 mins

The Kashmir Crisis Through The Lens Of RSS

The ongoing events in Jammu and Kashmir present an extremely confusing, disturbing and challenging scenario. More and more youths are taking to the streets in protest against the Government. Hundreds of people are being injured in confrontations between stone-pelters and members of the security forces. Armed attacks on the security forces are growing. Against this backdrop, top RSS leader Indresh Kumar in an exclusive interaction with Bureaucracy Today puts forth his views on the evolving scenario in J&K and suggests ways to deal with the situation in a manner that could restore normalcy, peace and stability in the strife-torn State. The RSS Core Committee Member also takes a dig at the BJP alliance partner, PDP, in J&K saying that it has failed to deliver the goods at a critical time. Mincing no words, he says that the PDP must deal with separatists with iron hand. Warning Pakistan against sponsoring nefarious activities in J&K, the Sangh leader says that the option of another surgical strike is always open for India. Excerpts:

The Kashmir Crisis Through The Lens Of RSS

9 mins

Bridge Between Hunger & Food Security

It is a matter of pride for all of us that India has become the fifth largest exporter of agricultural commodities. But it is home to 1,946 lakh crore undernourished people too, the highest in the world, according to the annual report by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. This translates into over 15 per cent of India’s population, exceeding China in both absolute numbers and proportion of malnourished people in the country’s population. India’s gross domestic product grew 7.6 per cent in 2015-16 but this higher economic growth has not been fully translated into higher food consumption. 

Bridge Between Hunger & Food Security

4 mins

Can Fintech Companies Replace Traditional Banking In India?

This is one of the most exciting times for Indian banking and financial services industries. FinTech or financial technology companies have emerged as a new crop of firms which have a high growth potential and many opportunities for disruptive innovation. They can complement the traditional banking services and help in financial inclusion. In some quarters, they are seen as competition to the classical banks also. FinTech, a very trendy industry for start-ups, has the potential to take away 4.7 billion dollar of revenue from traditional financial services, according to a US-based Finance firm, Goldman Sachs. FinTech has evolved from startups that want to take on and compete with incumbents to a broader ecosystem of different businesses that are, in many cases, looking for partnerships. Bureaucracy Today analyses the pros and cons of this new financial phenomenon. 

Can Fintech Companies Replace Traditional Banking In India?

7 mins

Didn't We Collectively Mess Up India's Growth Story?

India cannot be complacent. Despite many flagship programmes for years and now followed by the Digital India, Skill India and Make in India, debottlenecking laws, creating more ease of doing business, Smart Cities, towns and villages with a vision of having round the clock power, broadband Internet connectivity, launching the infrastructure project AMRUT and the Swachh Bharat Mission to end the open defecation practice nationwide and cleaning up the Ganga, the available statistical data on socioeconomic development in India shows that India cannot blame anymore colonial rulers and their administration, exploitation and divide and rule policy or their educational system for being what we are today. 

Didn't We Collectively Mess Up India's Growth Story?

3 mins

Indianising The Bureaucracy

The subjects listed in the Civil Services Examination are colonial. Their syllabus was mostly suitable to the British regime to make an in-depth study and research to deal with various sections of Indians in different geographical zones.

Indianising The Bureaucracy

2 mins

Loopholes In India's Education Policy And The Way Ahead

The Indian education system today is all about studying and not learning. The question one can ask is, are we doing what we intend to? 

Loopholes In India's Education Policy And The Way Ahead

3 mins

Should You Buy Your Dream Home Now?

The RERA or the Real Estate Regulation Act has finally become a reality. Though there are still plenty of hiccups and it will obviously take some time for the industry to absorb all the facets of the Act, it should be kept in mind that the RERA is a process, not an event. Meanwhile, the foremost question in property buyers’ minds is - should they wait until the RERA process is streamlined, or can they go in for home purchase now? 

Should You Buy Your Dream Home Now?

3 mins

Cement Sector Best To Bet On In 2017

Boosted by India’s overall economic growth, the demand for cement is expected to reach 550-600 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) by 2025. It does not end here. This robust growth rate will further be boosted by the likely introduction of Goods and Services Tax in our country. It will certainly benefit the Indian cement industry. 

Cement Sector Best To Bet On In 2017

3 mins

Why The Black And White View In Banning Ilmenite Exports?

Any picture depicting India would have hues of Holi and vibrant colours of the bazaar. So it is surprising that the ban of ilmenite exports has been done with a black and white view thereby robbing the Indian paint industry of its sheen.

Why The Black And White View In Banning Ilmenite Exports?

3 mins

When Wearables Meet Data Analysis, Things Get Interesting

Wearables are nearly everywhere. What happens when the data these devices collect is analyzed? What are the benefits? What are the potential problems? 

When Wearables Meet Data Analysis, Things Get Interesting

2 mins

Helping Students Choose Career

While conducting research on employment in India, a career counselling company, Mindler, has identified that students don’t know more than eight careers; they don’t have a solution to their problems; there is no scalable platform which is affordable in the country; and most importantly, the country lacks an adequate number of career counsellors. The company recognised the need to provide students with a tool to help them in their career options and developed an online tool in areas of their interest. Its initiative has already created a lot of buzz in industry – not only in India but in Global market too. Launched in July 2016, the company has already entered into seven alliances and three strategic partnerships with large companies, and has tied up with 20 marquee schools. In an interaction with Bureaucracy Today, Prateek Bhargava, CEO of Mindler, speaks about how his company is helping students to choose the right career option.

Helping Students Choose Career

2 mins

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About Bureaucracy Today (BT) Magazine :
Bureaucracy Today (BT) is proud to be a leader in governance readership and is a ‘window for the corporate world’ as to what is happening in the government. The BT, an authoritative magazine has a circulation of 1.25 lakh and a readership of 6 lakh. BT readers are influential, affluent and politically powerful.

By virtue of its unrivalled capability in delivering influential readers comprehensively and reaching out to over 6.0 lakh affluent readers – from policy makers to entrepreneurs to top bureaucrats, PSU technocrats, to FIIs, diplomats, economists, CEOs, to small businessmen, stock investors and more, the Bureaucracy Today is one of India’s most comprehensive and influential consumer platform. Notably, the Bureaucracy Today readers are responsible for more than 70% of the India’s GDP. Bureaucracy Today publishes highly valuable content in a unique format so that its reader may utilize and benefit from the distinctive and useful information related to India INC and the government.

Profiles and interviews of individual top corporate leaders, bureaucrats and PSU technocrats are presented in a manner that brings out and reveals the state of mind of the top industry leaders so that related stakeholder may benefit from such useful information published in Bureaucracy Today magazine.
Each section is valuable and unique- The sections like Bureaucracy Scan provide crisp information about the latest and impending transfers and movement of important bureaucrats, technocrats in India and the world. Sections like Executive Digest, PSU market watch, Corporate Watch, State Watch, District Watch and The Bank, provides functional and exclusive content to its readers.

BT is a must read for senior corporate executives (CMDs, CEOs, COOs, Directors, Presidents and senior VPs), lobbyists, diplomats, students and more who are interested in the government affairs. Bureaucracy Today (BT) is a must read for senior corporate executives as it is a ‘window’ for the corporate world as to what is happening in the government.

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