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Himani Chandna

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

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Kiosks Providing Safe Drinking Water

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More than 25 million people in India lack access to safe drinking water, leading to 1,600 daily deaths caused by diarrhea

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Women Who Dared To Defy The Norms

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These ‘Sheroes’ took the unconventional path and marked their roaring presence in male bastions

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Retailers Think Digital: Samir Modi-led Twenty Four Seven Plans Agressive Marketing

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The Twenty Four Seven chain of convenience stores is all set to change its marketing strategy to take on online behemoths

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Conduent India Plans To Increase Focus On Domestic Market

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The company plans to grow its presence in India, specifically by growing the 10,000-employee workforce across six cities, including Bangalore, Kochi, Gurgaon, Noida, Indore and Chennai

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Yuvraj, The Donor Bull, Is For Sale For Little Less Than Rs 100 Million

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Karamvir Singh spends about Rs 6.5 lakh per month on his 25 animals. On Yuvraj, he spends over Rs 1.50 lakh per month

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Implementation May Remain Biggest Challenge For National Health Policy

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The draft proposals are well articulated but the challenge lies in the implementation of the policy, says Sujay Shetty, leader of pharmaceuticals and life sciences at consultancy PwC India

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Radhika Piramal: The Real VIP

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An MBA from Harvard Business School, she is known for infusing fresh blood into the aging luggage maker, VIP Industries, & giving it a new direction

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Foreign Firms Reluctant To Launch New Drugs In India, Says GIPC

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The executive director of international intellectual property at GIPC is in India to talk about the simmering discontent over IPR infrastructure

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Now Men Can Also Enjoy Paternity Leave After Government's Decision On Maternity Benefits

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The Indian parliament raised paid maternity leave from 12 weeks to 26 weeks on Friday, thus benefiting 1.8 million women working in the organized sector

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Private Sector Not Enthusiastic About Longer Maternity Leave

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While the government's move to extend maternity leave period to 26 weeks has been widely hailed, human resource experts said the bill might discourage private companies from hiring women

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