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Why national flags don’t change

News from India - 11 hours 45 min ago
How does a nation-state build loyalty among its citizens? What can human resources professionals in various organizations learn from this?

One woman alone

News from India - 11 hours 47 min ago
Hundreds of thousands of teachers, like Chandrakala, in our country face similar circumstances and identical battles

A body blow for political transparency

News from India - 11 hours 53 min ago
There is a dramatic mismatch between what ails political finance in India and the government’s ‘reform’ measures

The dying embers of the old order in Asia

News from India - 12 hours 8 sec ago
Countries like India that have relied on the extant order for furthering their economic and security agendas will have to rethink their own roles and priorities

The Indian republic needs a strong state

News from India - 12 hours 7 min ago
Indian democracy has strengthened communities at the cost of the rights of the individual

5G and IoT: Ushering in a new era

News from India - 12 hours 7 min ago
5G is the foundation for realizing the full potential of IoT

Payment operations: A bouncing, turning wicket

News from India - 12 hours 9 min ago
On all grounds now, the pitch turns and the ball bounces, unpredictable as they are; however if you have the skill set to deal with it, you will do great

The Indian rupee: Flirting with overvaluation

News from India - 12 hours 15 min ago
Many of the current problems stem from the effects of demonetisation, especially the excess liquidity that it has created

Why Sebi’s silence in the NSE case is dangerous

News from India - 12 hours 22 min ago
The closure of the NSE algo-trading case is nowhere in sight

A prescription for successfully managing IoT data

News from India - 29. March 2017 - 23:53
More connected devices mean more data and hence a humongous need is arising to systemize and analyse this data

Intelligent adoption of artificial intelligence

News from India - 29. March 2017 - 23:50
AI has the potential to disrupt the core of business processes. However, blind adoption of technology and hype-based purchase may not lead to the desired results

Surviving digital disruption

News from India - 29. March 2017 - 23:45
Disruptions are driven by the Big D: Democratization of data and digital capabilities. It’s nothing less than a revolution on an industrial scale

How cloud, big data and AI can help hospitality business

News from India - 29. March 2017 - 23:38
Studying spending trends, competitor pricing, average market revenue per available room and other metrics allow revenue managers to take better pricing decisions

P.V. Sindhu: The rising star in brand endorsements

News from India - 29. March 2017 - 21:55
In a span of seven days, shuttler and Olympics silver medalist P.V. Sindhu has signed two brand endorsement deals with Gatorade and Panasonic Batteries

GST: The final countdown begins

News from India - 29. March 2017 - 21:27
GST will create a semblance of a common market where all goods and services will have a common treatment and a common rate

GST: Pooling sovereignty, promoting federalism

News from India - 29. March 2017 - 21:18
By passing the four GST bills, the Lok Sabha has, perhaps for the first time put limitations on its own powers, in the interest of federalism

The GST maze

News from India - 29. March 2017 - 20:16
We are now moving towards is a complex Goods and Services Tax (GST) with several slabs as well as relatively high tax rates

ISO Central Secretariat announces new Secretary-General

News from ISO - 29. March 2017 - 16:40
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is happy to announce that it has appointed Mr Sergio Mujica as its new Secretary-General, effective from July 2017. 

The Cost of Curbing Climate Change

New from UNFCCC - 29. March 2017 - 15:59
Source: US News & World Report - On average, every ton of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere imposes damages equal to about $40.

Slow carbon credit sales hinder Zimbabwe forest protection

New from UNFCCC - 29. March 2017 - 15:59
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation News - Villagers make money by selling carbon credits they earn for not cutting down trees, but most buyers are foreign companies and Zimbabwean companies show little interest


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