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What’s Trending? Fake News!

Develop awareness as to which websites are known for spreading “fake news”

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How To Change A Political Mind…

A process does exist that can change the political mind of someone else, but that process comes with one simple condition: When it comes to changing another person's political mind, you must first be willing, truly willing, to have your mind changed as well

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Are Dynasties Doomed?

What is important to note is that the India of 2017 has moved way beyond dynasty

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Your New Board Member

Don’t forget that dirty laundry on a board prospect can prove a problem even if you and an activist agree on a nominee

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Trouble With "Secret" Ballot

UPA and NDA have logged horns again with the president and vice president elections in fray. Harish Gupta analysis this sub ultimate test of Indian Polity

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1,095 Days Each Of Political History

An analysis of three-year report cards of prime ministers from Jawaharlal Nehru to Narendra Modi

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“Railways To Help Create 1.5 Cr Jobs In 5 Years”

In an exclusive interview with BW Businessworld, Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu outlines his priorities, even as he talks about the job potential of the sector

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Shalini Yadav On Why She Joined Aam Aadmi Party

If politics is a dirty business, then someone should clean it…more women should join politics to be the change they want to see, says Shalini Yadav of Aam Aadmi Party at the Women Economic Forum 2017

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The Revival Of The Ancient Elephant

The synergy being created by the Modi government, for private enterprise to prosper are extremely innovative and efficient, especially when you compare it to the track record of his predecessor

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Delhi MCD 2017 | 5 Important PR Lessons To Be Learnt

A fresh vision may be all the solution you need to tackle market and competitors. Also, adopting a right PR strategy is always an important key in troubled times

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Who Gets The Most And Why? New Lessons In Pork-Barrel Politics From India

Musgrave assumed that governments are benevolent. This led him to articulate an activist view of government. His ‘theory of public finance’, popular during the 1960s and 70s, provided intellectual support to central governments with monopolistic powers

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Delay In GST Led To 12 Lakh Crore Loss: Congress leader Moily

Moily pointed out that it was the previous Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government which brought in the GST bill

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Air India Hardens Stand On Gaikwad, Cancels Two Tickets

Both these bookings were made on open tickets which were issued to Gaikwad, who has been declared persona non grata by domestic airlines, before the ban was imposed on him

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