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Himani Chandna

Himani Chandna is a Senior Special Correspondent at BW Businessworld covering issues around pharmaceuticals, healthcare, job market, talent acquisition and management of human resources

Latest Articles By Himani Chandna

Branching Out

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Lately, the pharma sector in India is focusing on OTC products besides working on its usual fare. A move that could be win-win for both businesses and consumers

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Jobs: No Perks Here

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Soothing policies aren’t adequate, given the measure of jobs crisis India is facing

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Pharma: Shrinking Fortunes

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Billionaire drug makers in India are experiencing a drop in revenue, largely due to tough market conditions in the US

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Action From The Hot Seat

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Re-appointed as the managing director of HCL recently, Nadar is spinning magic again

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The Fight Is On

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Sun Pharma’s Dilip Shanghvi is all set to conquer the new normal

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The Rise Of The Tycoon

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Gautam Adani earned his stripes the hard way and all his efforts are now paying off

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Recruiters Question Govt’s Claim Over Creation Of 70 Lakh Jobs

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“Formalisation of jobs from unorganized sector to organized sector should not be treated as job creation. Even in this budget, there appears no clear direction on expenditure for creating jobs and this might stay as a declaration only,” said Subramanyam, CEO of Ascent HR, a recruitment and staffing firm

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2 Lakh Job Openings To Come Up Immediately

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FM with his budget has once again reiterated that the creation of job opportunities has been at the core of policy-making

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Healthy Budget For Healthcare Industry

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One of the biggest reasons for individuals falling into poverty is a catastrophic episode of illness. Government, through the budget, has shown it cares

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70 Lakh Jobs To Be Created This Year: Arun Jaitley

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The government believes that the policy measures taken over the last three years have started showing results

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