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Article on April 30, 2016

Delhi’s Air Pollution Rose 23% During Second Odd-Even Phase

The odd-even scheme ends today, April 30, 2016, the data indicating that it likely cannot work in the long term without additional action, such as improving bus services, curbing factory and truck emissions and suppressing construction dust–which accounts for about half of Delhi’s air pollution

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Auction Fails As No Bidder Turns Up For Kingfisher Brands

Auction of brands and trademarks of Kingfisher Airlines turned out to be a damp squib on Saturday as lenders failed to attract a single bidder for sale of these pledged assets at a reserve price of Rs 366.70 crore in their efforts to recover unpaid loans from beleaguered Vijay Mallya

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Politics Of Policy | Saving Markets From Marketmen

Indian markets remain stunted because some players are exploiting exchanges for money laundering and tax evasion

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A Bright Future For India?

Some of the risks to develop solar power in India were palpably playing out in open for all of us to see for years but had been marginalised or totally ignored by the management of numerous exuberant domestic/international investors and lenders.

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Column: Woman In A Man’s World

A woman officer from the Indian Administrative Service had been posted as a district Collector-Magistrate but Maharashtra did not even have a woman Superintendent of Police till then. Thus, the pressure on me to succeed as SP Aurangabad was very high.

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Profile: Learning from Tough Times

For Meher Pudumjee, Non-Executive Chairperson of energy major Thermax, success and failure go hand in hand

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Profile: Making It In Management

Despite misfortunes in her formative years, Monika Sood not only made it as a respected professional but made a name in an area dominated by men

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Profile: From Diamond To Toilets

Namita Banka, founder of Banka BioLoo, left behind a glamorous world to solve sanitation problems in the country

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Profile: First Among Equals

Neetu Bhatia, CEO & co-founder, Kyazoonga, built a world-class ticketing company by refusing to be treated differently because of her gender

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Profile: Relentless Pursuit

Nidhi Agarwal, Founder and CEO of Kaaryah, created a brand of western formal wear designed to flatter the Indian woman’s figure

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