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Highlights of Business Today June 21, 2015, issue: The start-ups ecosystem in India has been buzzing with activity these past few years. Business Today's latest cover feature, 'Big Dreams', lists the coolest start-ups in the country right now and why going global from day one is becoming the norm for young tech start-ups. Read detailed profiles of ShopClues, Linkstreet Learning, LimeRoad and many others to find out what makes them a success. The IIM Bill 2015 is causing consternation among other B-schools. 'Degree of Discontent' finds out if the management institutes should really be worried or not. VIP Industries continues to be the market leader in the luggage category but 'Identity Crisis' tells you how the company is grappling with a serious perception issue. Another feature read in the latest issue is 'Battle Royale', which looks at the trouble that is brewing at the century-old Chettinad Group as the tussle between father and son goes public. The Narendra Modi government is celebrating its one year in office. BT met with former finance minister Yashwant Sinha on the occassion and finds out why he says 'there's still a lot that remains to be done'. Insuring your handheld gadgets is almost becoming a norm. 'Secure your Gadget' tells you how the one-time investment can save you from exorbitant repair costs. In 'The Atlas of Strategy Traps', BCG Strategy Institute identifies 10 traps that companies can fall into as they explore new opportunities. There's much more in the latest issue of Business Today. Subscribe now!

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