- Sep16By Amita Verma
The five-day drama ended in a shattering anti-climax in the Samajwadi Party on Friday with SP president Mulayam Singh Yadav proving, once again, that he is the boss and what’s
It seems an in-depth review of the situation in Kashmir has led the Centre to put an end to the environ of political permissiveness and appeasement of separatists that had
There is no hard and fast capstone for the Kashmir problem. The PM has promised a permanent solution within the confines of the constitution which includes one presumes
A part of my job is the communication with other stakeholders in the company. Many times it happens that while leaving the meeting rooms all parties (myself and
In the mid-1990’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) was beginning its unstoppable campaign of conquests in the corporate world. Germans were known for their manufacturing prowess but not for
India intends to remain as closely invested in Afghanistan as it has in the past decade. This is the message that Afghan president Ashraf Ghani took back from his
The one-and-a-half-year old Bihar government could be facing its sternest test to date. The release of RJD leader and gangster Mohammed Shahabuddin has set the cat amongst the pigeons
- Sep13By Anjaneya Gautam
Financial products have moved ahead from just being “return generation” vehicles. They are now being transformed into “solutions” as well
- Sep12By Neha Malhotra
The government aims to make India’s taxation regime transparent non-adversarial and taxpayer-friendly by bringing “certainty” and ending “tax terrorism”.
It has achieved various milestones in this direction
Unlike consumer product brands very few B2B product brands are well known to most of us. There are many reasons for this including lack of much mass media
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