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C H Unnikrishnan

Unnikrishnan is currently Senior Associate Editor with BW Businessworld at its Mumbai Bureau. During his two decades long journalistic career, he has received several media awards and recognitions. His articles on healthcare, life sciences and intellectual property rights (IPR) have been republished by several international blogs and journals. 

Latest Articles By C H Unnikrishnan

BW Real 500: Focus On Loan Book

State Bank of India (SBI) takes the lead yet again this year in announcing rate cuts and systemic restructuring

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BW Real 500: Spots Of Brilliance

After weathering a few storms, Mahindra & Mahindra, is all set for a phase of rapid growth and investments

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BW Real 500: At An Alltime High

The corporation, with its asset base touching Rs 93,241 crore, and its sales and profit at Rs 1,88,651 crore and Rs 8,463 crore respectively, is in the top 10 of BW Real 500 again

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Family Businesses: Winds Of Change

Family run businesses still dominate corporate India, but many are now opting to let professionals run the show

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Healthcare: Personal Healing

Different bodies have different needs — from nutrients to medicines. That’s where the future of healthcare is

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Sun Pharma Buys Novartis’ Anti-cancer Brand Odomzo For $175 Million

Reason for selling this new anti-cancer drug by Novartis, which consolidated its global oncology business by acquiring the entire cancer drug portfolio of GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) in a $16 billion global deal in March 2015, is not disclosed

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PSUs: Power Of A Collective

The Indian government by virtue of its majority ownership in public sector companies, including banks and oil marketers, has become richer by Rs 1,44,637 crore in 2016 compared to the previous year

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Refuse Of Tax Evaders?

Curbs on exchange of old currency and the ‘black money haven’ tag have stalled the cooperative banking sector

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Tata Sons: A Bitter Pill

The Tata-Mistry battle has now percolated down to the boardrooms of group companies, portending mayhem

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‘India Is A Potential Market For Alcohol’

Diageo, the world’s largest spirit and alcoholic beverages company, wants to transform the practices in Indian market

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