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Sarika Malhotra
May 24, 2015
Cut to Kailash Nagar in East Delhi where some 50,000 children are engaged in thread cutting of jeans. They get 40 paisa per piece for thread cutting and 75 paisa for packing. These children don't work in any factory or production unit, neither do they go to fetch work.

Yoshita Singh
New York, April 14, 2015
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal have been voted among the 100 most influential people in the world in an online poll by readers of Time magazine.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, March 30, 2015
Central Board of Direct Taxes chairperson Anita Kapur has directed top officials of the I-T department to tackle grievances of taxpayers.

Shamni Pande
March 29, 2015
Muhammad Yunus, the founder of Grameen Bank, is dismissive about some recent innovations in the microfinance sector in this exclusive interview with Business Today.

BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, December 4, 2014
Currently, Narendra Modi is leading the poll with 13.2%, followed by Ferguson protesters (10.1%) and Hong Kong leader Joshua Wong (7.4% votes).

Shamni Pande
November 29, 2014
Docker conducted a more than two-hour session that was intended to make leaders aware of how the brain works and how to engage in Right-to-Left thinking.

Yoshita Singh
New York, November 20, 2014
Other contenders for the top honour include Russian President Vladimir Putin, teenage Pakistani Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai and Ebola doctors and nurses.

Balazs Koranyi, Alister Doyle and Gwladys Fouche
Oslo, October 10, 2014
\"It's an honour to all those children still suffering in slavery, bonded labour and trafficking,\" Satyarthi told CNN-IBN after learning he won the prize.

Yoshita Singh
New York, March 21, 2014
The list of leaders, which includes Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, the Dalai Lama and Pope Francis, through their leadership are \"energizing\" their followers and making the world better,  Fortune magazine said.

New York, February 21, 2014
Pandit's new firm - called TGG - aims at helping companies improve their cultures and use of technology, and is promoting \"a novel approach to address the challenges that large complex organizations face in compliance, fraud, corruption, and culture and reputation.\"

E. Kumar Sharma
August 5, 2013
We profile some of the children of industry stalwarts who have gone beyond the conventional corporate career they were pre-ordained for, to either work for the underprivileged or for a better environment.
October 21, 2012
It is very difficult for RBI to cut interest rates ... because (inflation) numbers don't justify reduction, says Deepak Parekh, Chairman, HDFC, in Business Standard.

Sanjiv Shankaran
August 29, 2011
The wrenching churn of global equity markets may just be the perfect setting to usher in India's next growth wave: reforms of its institutions that have played an important role in its high growth. However, the key question remains - whether India's institutions are up to dealing with an economy on the threshold of touching $2 trillion.

Shashi Tharoor
July 21, 2011
Henry Kissinger's world view is mandarin-tinted, says Shashi Tharoor.

E. Kumar Sharma
June 9, 2011
With its reputation at risk, its business model under a cloud, the microfinance sector is struggling to survive.

Somnath Dasgupta & Anika Gupta
New Delhi, March 29, 2011
The Egyptian presidential candidate and former UN nuclear chief opens up about his plans for Egypt and the need for a global nuclear safety review.

Puja Mehra
December 10, 2009
The decade created unprecedented prosperity and the next decade will be even better. Government can influence just how much better it will be.
August 19, 2009
Google’s process for placing ads is revolutionising the online advertising industry. Here’s how it determines both price and ad slots on its website.
January 8, 2009
“(Indian IT companies) need to move ahead and think of innovation. The need to draw better returns is built on cost efficiencies in the short-term, but primarily obtained through innovation”
November 27, 2008
Named one of the most powerful women in the world, Nancy M. Barry, 59, the Founder and President of Enterprise Solutions to Poverty and former President of the New York-based Women’s World Banking, is no stranger to the limelight.

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