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Whose Truth Is It Anyway?

I think Versions of Truth are more about what is left out than what is told. And sometimes, just leaving out one thing can change an entire story. Who wants the truth anyway?

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Benefits Of Strong Rupee

A weak rupee is an easy way of boosting export earnings. But as a 67-rupee-to-adollar rate in 2015 showed, exports can plunge even (SO)

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The Dog’s Tail

There is no loophole that has not met an Indian taxpayer. A Hindi proverb says you can never straighten a dog’s tail (kutte ki poonch…).

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Do You Need Google Maps For Heaven?

But why should finding God need an MBA or a Google Map? If that was the case how would an illiterate farmer’s hand working in a field in Madhya Pradesh find God or Heaven?

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Why FDI Covets India

For foreign investors though, India remains the holy grail: The last big business opportunity in an underdeveloped but booming consumer market

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Feelin’ Good

Optimism is good for everyone, but let’s not be foolhardy

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Creating Strategic Balance In Asia

At Davos, PM Modi delivered his message convincingly, with confidence, with sobriety and without partisanship

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India At Davos, Business World At Davos

In contrast India appears more stable, steady and secure economy for most investors. Mr Modi’s timing to participate in Davos and invite investors could not have been better.

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Growing With New Skills

WEF and global tech cos prepare for an expanding technology market in countries like India

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'Import For India In This India's Outreach, As Led By PM Modi'

Modi's performance at Davos was brilliant indeed. He delivered his message convincingly, with confidence, with sobriety and without partisanship. One should wait to hear president Trump at the closing plenary!

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