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How to Deal with Your Boss?

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Spread the love6          6SharesOur bosses were at our levels in the past. They have also grown to this level through a lot of hard work. Once at that position they probably do not change, it is our perception of them that changes. In this write-up, Preeyan touches upon those areas, which we, as subordinates, need to […]


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In Defence of Social Media

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Spread the love           Ruchira celebrates the influx of social media sites that have made like enchantingly interesting. Read more in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. To see a World in a Grain of Sand  And a Heaven in a Wild Flower  Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand  And Eternity in an hour […]


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Fiscal Federalism Yes, But No Tangible Results: Danger of Vacuum in Planning Process

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Spread the love           A major decision of Modi as Prime Minister was to dismantle the 65-year old and well-oiled institution of Planning Commission and replace it with Niti Aayog, through an executive order. A major reason for this action was to provide more fiscal autonomy to states and to decentralise developmental activities. Three years down the […]


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Unpredictable Trump Puts World Diplomacy in Disarray: Policy Rift with the USA Pushing India Closer to Russia, China

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Spread the love           India told the WTO that it proposes to raise duties by up to 100 percent on 20 products such as almonds, apple and specific motorcycles imported from the US if Washington does not roll back high tariffs on certain steel and aluminium items. The US has moved the World Trade Organisation (WTO) against […]


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Artificial Intelligence to Trigger Second Industrial Revolution

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Spread the love           Technology optimists do not deny that automation will prove disruptive in the short run. They point out, however, that historically periods of rapid technological change have created more jobs than they have destroyed and have raised wages and per capita income in rough proportion. The AI revolution may be different, but there are […]


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Reetwika Banerjee: Five Books, Three Films, 13 Awards makes her a Young Achiever

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Spread the love           Reetwika Banerjee, a columnist with Different Truths, is a young achiever. She has won 13 awards for her five books and three films. T Mukherjee interviews her, exclusively for Different Truths. TM: Tell us about yourself, Reetwika Banerjee. RB: I am a professional Cyber Security expert and I aim to be a face of […]


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Challenges in Indian Economy this Fiscal: Corruption Continues to Eat into Vitals

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Spread the love           The road ahead is bumpy for India’s growth story. Though India has been in a sweet spot umpteen times in the last couple of decades, its economy never grows to its full potential despite economic reforms, which are happening incrementally since 1991 and are irreversible. China, South Korea, and South East Asian countries, […]


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Aesthetics, Politics, Pedagogy and Tagore

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Spread the love            Tagore rested on his desire for a far-off planet, listened to the invitation of a dream and did not allow the spaceship to rust. His journeys and envisagements, however, repeatedly narrated a new order without losing their connection with the world outside. Tagore’s projects – primarily his ashram school, the university and […]


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Program Management: Key in Every Role

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Spread the love            There are a few key things that we as managers forget and most times get hooked on to the day to day issues, which makes us miss the long-term plans more often than not. Any program has to be planned to the T that means that there cannot be any short-term ideas […]


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Farm Crisis: Solution Lies in Raising Farm Income, Technology-Driven Smart Agriculture

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Spread the love           Where we have gone wrong and why is it agrarian crisis keeps recurring in India. The answer is simple: Despite big strides in farming, India is yet to develop smart agriculture. While we have projects for smart cities, smart banking and so on, no attempt has been made to make farming smart using […]


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