Organisational change is at the heart of this month’s issue. Fortune India spoke to Tata Consultancy Services, our most venerable IT services company’s chairman, N. Chandrasekaran (Chandra to the world) He has made it his mission to take the company into the digital world; “digital” covers a whole lot of stuff including analytics, social, robotics, and artificial intelligence. It’s also a way of thinking: responsive, autonomous, and out of the box. Read this and more on page 112 Nitin Gadkari, the BJP minister in charge of road transport, highways, and shipping, is steamrolling his way to improving transport infrastructure. Find out about the man who will get his way against all odds on page 74 On the other side of the world, there’s a different kind of change going on—a battle for drugstore domination in the U.S. Walgreens (if you remember, this was the chain that billionaire Stefano Pessina took control of with its own money) is going head to head with CVS. They are calling it Pharmageddon. That’s on page 58 Coming back to India, we train our sights once more on our doughty PSUs. This is the second year that we have ranked India’s most profitable PSUs in the Fortune India PSU 50 list. Apart from profitability, we also look at cash, asset, and employee efficiencies, and a whole lot of other parameters. Page 87 We also covered Mumbai’s iconic Mahalaxmi Race Course is trying to attract a different category of racegoers with its night races. A couple of these night races have already been held, and judging by their popularity, on page 132
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