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E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, January 9, 2020
Nilekani has clear ground rules for her writing: \"You have to be careful not to be overly moralistic\"


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By E. Kumar Sharma
Delhi, August 22, 2016
India's favourite home-grown toon character, Chhota Bheem, is evolving, gaining new powers and getting a new storyline. Can the mighty kid woo more viewers in a competitive market?


Sapna Nair Purohit
Delhi, July 9, 2016
Richard Charkin, Executive Director, Bloomsbury Publishing, talks to Sapna Nair Purohit about the changing publishing landscape globally.


PTI
New Delhi, September 2, 2015
Amazon will also allow consumers to sign up for six months for Rs 999 and Rs 1,799 for 12 months.


John Philip Jones
June 14, 2015
The main characteristics of the menagerie are that it is open, uncontrolled and uncensored. This may encourage vulgarity and personal abuse, but the general feeling about it is more favourable than unfavourable in a free society.


Ashish Dhawan
December 20, 2014
India will get trapped in 'middle-income', if we do not act with urgency now to transform the quality of education delivered in our country.


Sarika Malhotra
July 13, 2013
Kids' wear retailers are paying the price for reckless expansion, in the form of heavy debt, poor brand recall, high rent costs, and continued competition from mom-and-pop shops in a highly fragmented market.


Sunny Sen
March 7, 2013
Microsoft's Envisioning Centre is a prototype that shows what a modern house or state-of-the-art office would look like ten years down the line.


E. Kumar Sharma
December 10, 2010
Some 400 million kids below the age of 15 are India's most conspicuous consumers, lapping up not just toys, gadgets, phones and clothes but also counselling parents on big ticket purchases.


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