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Highlights of Business Today November 8, 2015, issue: Your favourite business magazine is back with its most popular survey of top 500 companies. BT500 is an annual exercise to rank companies by the average market capitalisation they have enjoyed over the past six months. Find out who made it to the top of the list this time in our latest special issue. Tax collections are falling short of expectations. This may force the government to cut expenditure. Read more about it in Missing the Target. TRAI-ing Hard tells you why the move to penalise telecom companies for call drops is unlikely to make things better. As Facebook tests its reactions buttons, many predict that non-verbal communication is the future of social networks. Read more on this trending topic in the feature Who Needs Words? You will also get to know about virtual reality and the new sense of enthusiasm among tech giants promising a veritable new world in the story Magic Realism. RBI has taken action against two PSU banks for deteriorating asset quality. There might be more in queue. Find out in The Cracks Are Showing. The November 8 issue of Business Today also carries an exclusive interview with Union Cabinet Minister of MSME Kalraj Mishra who explains why this sector remains at the core of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Make In India drive and how it could change the employment landscape of India. All this and the regulars like quick takes on major events, your feedback on the previous issue in the latest issue of Business Today. So buy now!

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