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How Do You Train? Get A Coach!

How Do You Train? Get A Coach!

2 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February, 1-15, 2018

Sabka saath; sabka vikas'

Modi’s inclusive growth agenda needs more reforms to succeed

7 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February, 1-15, 2018

Posta– A Documentation of Several Unheard Stories

Posta– A Documentation of Several Unheard Stories

2 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February, 1-15, 2018

Budget Expectations From The Stock Market

Budget Expectations From The Stock Market

5 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February, 1-15, 2018

Automobile Industry Seems Promising

Automobile Industry Seems Promising

3 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February, 1-15, 2018

Media Need To Evolve Along The Golden Mean

Media Need To Evolve Along The Golden Mean

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February, 1-15, 2018

Organ Transplant

Organ Transplant

6 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February, 1-15, 2018

Commander Is Not Bound To Obey The Illegal Order Of His Superior

Commander Is Not Bound To Obey The Illegal Order Of His Superior

3 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February, 1-15, 2018

Gujarat Model: A Huge Miss At Davos

Gujarat Model: A Huge Miss At Davos

2 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February, 1-15, 2018

Water ATMs In Delhi

63.4 million living without access to clean water in India

3 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January, 16 - 31, 2018

Why 'Make In India?

Why 'Make In India?

3 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January, 16 - 31, 2018

No Dichotomy Between Vedic Chanting And Dhrupad

Achintya Bhattacharya is a promising Pakhawaj player of the present generation who has received global accolades for his outstanding performances. He is also a graded artiste of All India Radio in both Pakhawaj and Tabla. Kaushik Chattapadhyay caught up with him at the sidelines of his performance at the Vivekananda Society Hall on December 23, and spoke to him. According to Bhattacharya, Dhrupad evolved from Vedic Chanting and thus it is the purest form of chanting Mantras.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January, 16 - 31, 2018

The Progress Of Brexit

Recent reports suggest that Brexit will open up a vast €10.2billion (£8.99bn) hole in the European Union’s coffers when Britain permanently quits the bloc in 2021 – leaving bigger bills for other European Union nations.Richard L. Gosling, a prominent UK-based businessman, spoke to BE’s Shahana Banerjee on how far the process of Brexit has been realised and sheds light on the challenges that lie ahead.

3 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January, 16 - 31, 2018

The Spirit of Indianness

The Spirit of Indianness

4 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January, 16 - 31, 2018

'Make In India' - How Far Is India's Indigenous Capital Ready To Open Up?

'Make In India' - How Far Is India's Indigenous Capital Ready To Open Up?

5 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January, 16 - 31, 2018

Is RBI's Prompt Corrective Action A Panacea?

Is RBI's Prompt Corrective Action A Panacea?

3 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January, 16 - 31, 2018

Xenotransplantation

Xenotransplantation

5 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January, 16 - 31, 2018

Is There An Indian Media?

Is There An Indian Media?

2 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January, 16 - 31, 2018

Origin Of 'Make in India'

Origin Of 'Make in India'

3 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January, 16 - 31, 2018

Would I Choose To Be A Doctor Again?

A doctor's life is extremely satisfying despite the stress of performance and uncertainty of treatment outcome.

1 min read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January 1 - 15, 2018

The Linga Bhairavi Mata

On December 17, 2017 the Sadguru graced The Westin hotel with his presence for witnessing the worship of Linga Bhairavi Mata.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January 1 - 15, 2018

Social Media Is Changing India, But Not Fully

A recent report published by the Reuters Foundation in collaboration with Oxford University reveals that India has emerged as one of the fastest-growing markets for US based technology companies like Facebook, Google, and Twitter. India’s Twitter users currently number at 26.7 million, and as of July 2017, Facebook reported that India overtook the United States to become the platform’s largest audience by country with a userbase of 241 million active users.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January 1 - 15, 2018

Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread, Or Cake!

Bakery breads, a product, once synonymous with the European breakfast, set root in the Madras of yore during the heydayof the British and other Europeans who invaded, settled and did various kinds of businesses in the port city.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January 1 - 15, 2018

Diet And Sperm Count

In a country like India, it is odd that we should have so many couples going to doctors complaining about their inability to have children.

5 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January 1 - 15, 2018

Create Your Destiny

Recently, FICCI FLO, Kolkata chapter organised an event with Brahmakumari Sister Shivani and to mark a remarkable ending to the year 2017. The event was held at Kalamandir, Kolkata on December 16, and the topic of the evening was ‘Create your Destiny.’

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January 1 - 15, 2018

Artificial Intelligence To Complement, Not Compete With Humans In The Indian Legal System

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has gained great momentum in various sectors. In the Indian legal field, AI is yet to reach its full potential. Yet, Indian firms are looking into this potential treasure trove of innovative assistance.

3 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January 1 - 15, 2018

Apart From MNREGA, The Rural Economy Needs Skilling And Entrepreneurship Incentives

India’s growth story cannot be complete without a truthful representation of its rural economy.

3 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January 1 - 15, 2018

A Day With Science

The city of Kolkata is incomplete without Science City.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January 1 - 15, 2018

'Government Has Taken Steps To Contain Food Price Rise'

Agriculture is a key sector in India and it employs around 52% of our population. The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare implements the rules, regulations, and laws related to the agricultural sector in India. The department’s ambit covers agriculture, food processing, and cooperation. BE’s Madhu Raina spoke to Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Minister of State for Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare on the agricultural sector and his department’s policies related to the sector.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
January 1 - 15, 2018

Univercell Founder Director, D. Sathish Babu Games Up For A New Venture

Thirty years ago, when Sathish Babu started his corporate sales career as a trainee sales officer with Eureka Forbes, it was almost initiation by fire. Within a few weeks of on-the-job training, he was thrown into the deep end of the pool and given a dictum – sell or perish!

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
December 16-31, 2017