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How CEOs can seek advice: Avoid internal advisors, surround themselves with diverse ideas
The sole job of the CEO is sifting through heaps of advice.
The cost of protests at campuses
Educationists and marketing pundits concur that expressing dissent on campuses by students through protests ...
Anant National University launches fellowship for climate action
“It shifts the focus from the unprecedented level of climate anxiety we see ...
View: It's time to scrutinise the link between poverty and income inequality
Why does the rise of crorepatis cause poverty to increase? Much of their wealth gains are due to property and stock market booms, which do not translate into greater employment opportunities. Worse, these gains accrue at the expense of those at the bottom of the wealth ladder. The distributions of wealth and power also affect the allocation of investment opportunities.
Worker becoming president is speciality of BJP: JP Nadda
BJP's newly-elected president JP Nadda on Monday said it is only possible in BJP that a worker like him, coming from a village in Himachal P...
Don't wait for the symptoms, new blood test can predict onset of TB six months in advance
This test can help treat the disease better, and save countless lives.
Nadda, an affable but firm leader
Former environment, health and law minister from Himachal Pradesh, which has just four of the Lok Sabha's 543 seats, Nadda has tried to carve out his own space in national politics with his low profile and astute organisational skills, believe his party leaders.
Collaboration key to realise India's 'Smart City' dream
In order to fast create better smart cities in India, joint research between universities assumes significance as it makes it more relevant to people owing to its immediate applicability, a senior government official said on Monday.
JNU students' union to move high court on Monday for quashing new hostel manual
Early this month, the university had witnessed tussle between student groups over the issue of registration. Amid the stir, masked men had gone on a rampage on January 5 in the campus assaulting students and teachers and storming hostels, drawing widespread outrage.
NITI Aayog member justifies internet ban in J&K
NITI Aayog member V K Saraswat asseted that internet services were suspended in Jammu and Kashmir to prevent certain elements from "misusing" information that could affect law and order situation there. On recent protests in Delhi's JNU, he said the institution has become a "political battleground" with half of the teachers being "hardcore Leftists".
Welcome to ‘peak decade,’ from globalization to central banks
Ian Bremmer, founder of Eurasia Group, describes this year as a “tipping point.”
Yogendra Yadav lashes out at Modi govt over CAA
He said the ongoing protests across the country against some decisions of the Centre were a way for people to vent out their "suffocation". The politician-activist was addressing a rally in Bhiwandi town here on Saturday night to oppose CAA, the proposed nationwide National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the National Population Register (NPR).
Priya Serrao: Miss Immigrant
Growing up in Melbourne, Hyderabad-born Priya Serrao felt like an outsider. Then one day, the lawyer was chosen Miss Universe Australia.
Why does vegan tag bag better profits?
It sounds better than fake leather and assuages hang-ups about ethical fashion.
Citizenship isn't just about rights, but also about duties: CJI
Speaking at the 107th convocation of the Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) here, he lamented that some educational institutes have become "extremely commercially-minded" and said developing intelligence and character was the true goal of education.
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