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Highlights of Business Today March 16, 2014: Keeping up with the tradition of providing quality content, India\'s leading business magazine in its cover story focuses on the Indian pharma sector. The story \'Intensive Scare\' talks about how the US regulator\'s increased scrutiny of Indian drug exporters is giving the pharmaceutical industry the jitters. The magazine also features its eighth annual listing of the 25 best and brightest corporate performers under 40. The story \'Budgeted Economy\' analyses the Interim Budget presented by Finance Minister P Chidambaram ahead of Lok Sabha polls. It says Chidambaram may have met his fiscal deficit target, but he has narrowed options for the next finance minister. The feature \'Missing the mark\' talks about both Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi\'s economic vision and says neither has offered any pragmatic solutions to the most pressing problems facing the Indian economy. Raghuram Rajan has been mooting several radical ideas. How practical are they? The story \'Box of Surprises\' analyses. Cairn India\'s ambitious exploration project may make its oil block in Barmer the country\'s biggest in three years. Read the story \'The Great Oil Hunt\' to find out more. The magazine has many more features that you would enjoy reading: India\'s super-rich are using family firms and venture funds to grow, why does SEBI want brokers to acquire a second software vendor and more. For all this, subscribe to the latest edition of Business Today.

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