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Over 150 executives and 20 professionals gave it their all at the grand finale of the 19th edition of the BT Lloyd Pro-Am of Champions in Gurgaon recently.
Top HR executives in Delhi-NCR discuss ways to handle industrial relations, and the need to groom young leaders.
The awards ceremony of the Most Powerful Women in Indian Business 2014 brought together the very best in the country.
Mumbai's top HR executives discuss their role in developing future leaders and keeping employees engaged.
"India can do everything, but we're not manufacturing the basic goods", said VIP Industries Chairman Dilip Piramal.
Seven top industry honchos at BT's lunch meet in New Delhi discuss 'India's FDI Stance: Free or Calibrated Approach to Opening Up?'.
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