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Puja Mehra
April 2, 2009
Infrastructure is one sector where opportunities missed aren’t opportunities lost—not at least for the investors. BT presents a snapshot of prospects across a few key sectors.


Sanjiv Bhattacharya
March 19, 2009
Last year, the hype about the burgeoning luxury industry in India was hysterical. Since the slowdown and 26/ 11, things have calmed down somewhat. But, as a key luxury conference takes place in Delhi this month, we ask: Is luxury actually better off than it was last year? Sanjiv Bhattacharya finds out.


www.businesstoday.in
February 19, 2009
A global ranking of the world’s most ethical companies could be a source of worry for Asian firms.


Sourish Bhattacharyya
February 19, 2009
The controversial nightclub that spawned the Long Island Iced Tea may have faded away after its founder’s death in 2007, but the legacy promises to be around forever.


www.businesstoday.in
January 21, 2009
Poor literacy rate, bad infrastructure and lack of university-industry interaction has cost India dear in the 2008 Global Innovation Index rankings.


Mallika P. Rao
January 8, 2009
The BT-Aditya Birla Group Acumen 2008 finals saw managers of tomorrow engage in a doughty battle of wit, intellect and knowledge.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
BT’s Anniversary Specials? ?have not just been chronicling the travails and triumphs of India Inc. but also been guiding and setting the agenda for it. Here’s the proof:


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
Corruption is the biggest hurdle to the country’s progress. Can we begin to mend our ways in 2009?


Shalini S. Dagar
December 11, 2008
Terrorists find many sources of money—and, surprisingly, quite a lot of it is legitimate. Even as India plans to beef up its security and surveillance systems, it is equally important to choke the funding lines to the terror organisations. Shalini S. Dagar reports.


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
November 13, 2008
Neil White’s second novel Lost Souls deals with blood and gore and a lot more. This murder mystery is not for the faint-hearted.


www.businesstoday.in
September 18, 2008
With reference to your cover story India Inc. stuck (BT, September 21), the need of the hour is an overhaul of the Land Acquisition Act, which is horribly out of sync with the country’s modern needs.


www.businesstoday.in
September 4, 2008
The fortnight’s burning question. Will the proposed differential pricing of diesel lead to diversion of fuel and encourage black marketing?


www.businesstoday.in
August 21, 2008
The cover story, India@75— Prahalad’s Plan (BT, August 24), was a fitting tribute to those who believe in themselves, think differently and have leadership acumen.


Kapil Bajaj
August 21, 2008
Below the radar of the national media, Bhopal is industrialising rapidly and emerging as an increasingly important manufacturing hub.


Shalini S. Dagar
August 20, 2008
Despite negative perceptions about law and order and poor infrastructure, two cities from Uttar Pradesh—Kanpur and Lucknow—rise buoyed by positive consumer and investor sentiment. Do they denote a glimmer of hope for the rest of UP?


www.businesstoday.in
August 6, 2008
An India that's home to 30 of Fortune 100 companies, the world’s largest pool of technically-trained manpower, and Nobel Prize winners in arts, science and literature? That’s management guru C.K. Prahalad’s dream for India@75, and he’s got a plan how to get there. A Business Today exclusive.


Suman Layak
August 4, 2008
India Inc. loses crores of rupees to frauds, most of which are not even reported. But now, companies are belatedly waking up to this problem. Suman Layak reports. Fraud plagues World Bank aided health projects India Inc. draw up anti-fraud policies


www.businesstoday.in
July 24, 2008
While the grant and subsidy culture distorts markets (and disincentivises the small producers from standing on their own feet and becoming savvier), the government interventions have also done a bad job of linking the rural producers with markets.


Kapil Bajaj
July 23, 2008
Corrupt and hide-bound regulators are the bane of education in India. There’s a crying need to revamp the regulators.


Rohit Viswanath
July 8, 2008
The Manmohan Singh government’s performance can, at best, be labelled ‘middling’. With general elections due within the next 6-8 months, we take a look at the UPA's report card.


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