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For years, users of the internet have been plagued by something they detest – online ads.
Positioning Your Product: You Can’t Have It Both Ways
Ability to quickly get a customer on board, scale at will and deliver a performant system will determine how you set yourself apart from others, writes Rahul Joshi
National Tourism Policy On The Anvil But Is The Industry Ready For It?
K Yatish Rajawat on how lack of inter-state co-operation has hindered the growth of the tourism industry and how to solve the problem
There is an urgent need to curb increasing pollution levels in the country and government has taken steps in the right direction by introducing requisite provisions under the Road Transport Bil
  The P-note Factor: Fear Over The City
The dubious nature of the P-note investor cannot be ignored.
A Tale Of Two Speeches
Murthy's speech before IISC and Tharoor's speech at the Oxford Union Debate are instances of persuasive communication where the speakers tried to change the beliefs and attitudes of his audie
The Louis Berger World
The shift towards technical assistance means that foreign development consultancies will continue to prosper in developing countries such as India, says Vivan Sharan
These days, the technology that has made Internet possible reminds me of the Coca-Cola bottle that was thrown out of an airplane in the South African movie "Gods Must Be Crazy".
Abhay Kumar explains what leadership styles and skills successful CEOs need to possess to take their organizations into the next decade  
India has come through unscathed, surviving a balance of payments crisis in 1991, the east Asian contagion of 1997 and the 2008 global meltdown, writes Sandeep Bamzai
A few weeks ago, my driver made  the unfortunate mistake of taking himself off on leave. I objected: too many leaves, too long, who’s going to get my shopping done, etc.
Like many others, I too was taken in by the swanky exteriors and glib talk of many a foreign, private bank.
Iran’s landmark deal with the United States (together with its other UN Security Council partners and Germany) halts its nuclear weapons programme at least for a decade and ends Iran’s internatio
Whether it’s poorly run Greece or Air India, it’s always others who end up picking the tab, writes Ramesh Jude Thomas  
Just the title of this piece  will be enough to make many of you read it.
Bollywood collections of 2015 are all charioted by content instead of heavy dependence on film marketing gimmicks, Koral Dasgupta writes   
Vastu remedies are like large umbrella or a raincoat that prevent you from getting drenched in the rainy days.
The Indian online-classified industry will grow to Rs 31 Billion by 2016, writes Rupesh Kumar
Greek Crisis: One Ticking Bomb Replaces Another
With 180% of debt-GDP ratio, falling growth rates and a staggering unemployment of 40%, another default is due very soon, writes Sanjay Banerji  
Wide Angle | Modi And Competitive Federalism
Be it the on-going debate on land acquisition, or the formation of National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog, there is no trace of “co-operation” among states, points out
Future Now | Your Brain Is Your Password
If you’re not worried about someone getting into your email account or having a good look at your Whatsapp messages, opening up your work
IP Drain & After
If intellectual property drain continues unabated, this can impoverish India more than the East India Company did and in a much similar manner, says Harish HV
Bitter Pill | Don’t Kill DPCO
Decrease in sales of price controlled drugs and growth in non-controlled drug launches are unfair in nature and should be prevented, writes CH Unnikrishnan
 Corporates Need To Push Skill India
Besides, salary there is also an urgent need to upgrade skills and have a career path for skilled workers, says K. Yatish Rajawat
Ronin Pen| Etailers Bet On “Circle Of Shopping”
The 360 degree view on the consumers, is a billion dollar valuation game of etailers if they play the cards right, says Vishal Krishna
Pradeep Lankapalli provides some tips for influencing colleagues, customers and industry partners
Organisations around the globe are gradually adopting the concept of green building over traditional workspaces, writes Pradeep Misra
Using mobile devices, students can connect to any career counselors online and dig out information about prospective career options, writes Surabhi Dewra

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