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Sulekha Nair

Jan 16, 2015

I wanted my ice creams to mimic my mother’s cooking, says R S Kamath of Natural's

“I don’t know English,” he says at the outset, adding, “I am a SSC fail and failed in the English language.” It is this honesty that he reveals throughout the interview that is engaging. Kamath's business has grown from Rs 14-15 lakh in 1986 to Rs 72 crore (March 2014) with a 15 percent year on year growth. In the approximately Rs 1,500 crore organized ice cream market, Natural has a 5-10 percent share #desert #Mumbai #Naturals ice-cream #Success Quotient
Vishwas Waghmode

Jan 15, 2015

Pawar takes on Centre, Maharashtra govt, demands funds for sugar factories

Supporting the lobby of sugar factories for their inability to give Fair and Remunerative Price (FRP) to sugarcane farmers, the NCP president Sharad Pawar on Thursday said that union and state government must take the issue seriously and provide the financial assistance to sugar factories for giving the FRP to farmers. #FRP #Maharashtra #Sharad Pawar #Sugar #Sugarcane #TheySaidIt
Mahesh Vijapurkar

Dec 19, 2014

How seats bought in private medical colleges make healthcare expensive in India

It can be argued that not all seats in private medical colleges are sold from quotas allowed by the authorities but when they start their practice, they set a benchmark in fees and ways for their peers who won their seats on pure merit. #ConnectTheDots #Education #Health #Healthcare #MBBS #Medical Council of India #Private medical college
Sunainaa Chadha

Dec 14, 2014

No acchey din: 10 Reasons why 2014 was Annus Horribilis for India's babus

Narendra Modi's acchey din might not be feeling so good to India's babudom. Long used to setting their own schedules and lording it over the public now they have a boss who is only to happy to crack the whip on them. 2014 saw some big changes in the babu's work culture. #2014 Year End #Lists Etc #Lutyens Delhi #Narendra Modi #PMO

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Mahesh Vijapurkar
Mahesh Vijapurkar likes to take a worm’s eye-view of issues – that is, from the common man’s perspective. He was a journalist with The Indian Express and then The Hindu and now potters around with human development and urban issues.
Arjun Parthasarathy
Arjun Parthasarathy has spent 20 years in the financial markets, having worked with Indian and multinational organisations. His last job was as head of fixed income at a mutual fund. An MBA from the University of Hull, he has managed portfolios independently and is currently the editor of . The website is for investors who want to invest in the right financial products at the right time.

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Firstpost Community

Jun 29, 2014

Hindi has put Indian culture on the world map

The primary aim of any language is to communicate. We can never imagine our lives without languages, can we? This is because we cannot live without communication. And this is precisely why languages have always played a dominant role in shaping our histories and have influenced the way we think and perceive things. #Hindi #Modi #Narendra Modi government
Firstpost Community

Jun 20, 2014

'Modi is reducing class divide by prioritising Hindi on social media.'

Don't misunderstand Modi's stress on Hindi. He is ensuring that people who speak their mother tongue are not inferior compared to the elite English class. #british #comment #Firstpost Community #Hindi #language #Narendra Modi #PM Modi #social media
Firstpost Community

Jun 16, 2014

'Govt should set up board to regulate NGO funding'

The government should either ban foreign funding of all NGOs altogether or allow this funding only when routed through a specially created autonomous Board. #Blogs #Civil society #comment #Greenpeace #IB #IB Report #India #InMyOpinion #Intelligence Bureau #leaked report #NGO funds #NGOs

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