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Latest Articles in magazine 08 february 2016

For The Rugged Listener

The Altec Lansing Mini LifeJacket 2 speaker offers a tough design to withstand all sorts of weather, but disappoints in the sound department

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Inclusion: Insensitive Inc.

There’re as few jobs for the disabled in the country as disabled-friendly toilets. Inclusion initiatives are still few and far between

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A False Sense Of Security

India may not be fully isolated from the Chinese crisis as many in the country would like us to believe

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Case Study: An Unfit Fitness Plan

Pradeep Carvalho walked towards his car in the parking bay of Purple Global School. At the exit reception he was joined by Dr Ved Bhuller who had analysed his son, Naitik’s case and given the school some sound advise about their sports programme.

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Case Analysis: The Weekend Warrior

There are no quick fixes to getting fit. A consistent approach towards fitness is critical to good health, writes Dr Raju K. Parasher

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Case Analysis: Common Sins And Fitness

A sensible 360-degree schedule is critical to easing back into physical activity after a gap, writes Rahul S. Verghese

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Lifestyle: Dressing Up The CEO

Studies shows that a man who dresses as if he already has the higher position he wants, is much more likely to get it. People believe what they see, and if you look successful they believe you are.

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Raise The Flag Of Caution In Mid-caps

The mid- and small-cap space is showing signs of frenzied buying and small reverses could cause huge damage to portfolios

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The Pakistan Conundrum

Pakistan’s response to the Pathankot attack has not followed its traditional script of denial of any responsibility.

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Editor's Letter: Reaching Out

According to the FSR, state-run banks, which account for nearly 70 per cent of the banking assets, held a humongous 14.1 per cent as ‘stressed’ assets.

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Who Wants To Be A Banker?

The change in the economy will surely help, but a big worry for banks continues to be the dud-loan issue

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Bumps Ahead

Being perceived as relevant is only one of the challenges for payments banks, as bigger issues lie ahead

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Best Banks Survey: Rankings

The rankings continue to see churn but it’s not as pronounced as the year before. It’s a clear indication that banks opted to spot-jog rather than chase growth

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