Business Today Archive Sep 15, 2013 Issue

Edition: Sep 15, 2013

Cover Story

Indian economy may take years to recover

Indian economy may take years to recover

The economy is unlikely to shake off its sluggishness in the medium term - until 2015/16 or even later. The impact of the depreciating rupee will blow a hole in India's finances.
Special
As in previous years, our tenth annual listing, celebrates the triumphs of women who have succeeded in living their dreams. More than half the women featured this year are debutants.
Editors note
The "dog days of summer" in July and August are commonly identified with stagnation. No better term can be found for our situation, with our politicians in denial about its gravity.
Book
A detailed analysis of MPLADS, the scheme which disburses funds to MPs for public use.
People
Starring: Niklas Frisk, Rohit Bhatia, Santosh B. Nayar, Snehdeep Aggarwal,  Moorthy K. Uppaluri and Michael Ault
Leadership Spotlight
MapmyIndia MD Rakesh Verma shares many first of in his professional life.
Features
Three start-ups now cater to the connoisseur seeking freshly roasted and ground coffee.
BT More
The Thai Pavilion at Vivanta by Taj provides for a truly rewarding experience.
Columns
Glenn Levine, Senior Economist at Moody's Analytics (Australia), spoke to Business Today Editor Chaitanya Kalbag about why the onus of resurrecting the Indian economy lies on the government and what it can do now.
Letters
Thanks to Business Today for creating awareness of the competition even in the luxury segment (Money Can Buy You Luxe, September 1).
Event
Globally renowned as an outsourcing hub, Bangalore has its share of problems too. Business Today brought together a dozen CEOs to brainstorm solutions to the city's problems.
Technology
A Facebook page can provide an instant mobile marketing strategy with a visually rich experience across screens, even those of feature phones.  You also have Android and iOS apps that let you manage pages and create posts even on the move.
Focus
Today the BRIC pack too is struggling against the macro-economic headwinds. Among them, India appears to be the worst affected, hit by triple whammy of high current account deficit, inflation and weakening currency.
Chiaroscuro
Scams and the sinking rupee may be worrying factors, but so are soaring onion prices, and their political fallout for the ruling regime.

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