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Citizen, pull up your socks

We can argue that women add value running their homes. But aren’t they capable of adding more value to the economy and themselves if they spent some of their time doing work commensurate with their capabilities? From the special article on Citizen by R Seshasayee, Chairman-IndusInd Bank Such special articles by 25

Corporate News

Vistara comes to Chennai On 15 February Vistara inaugurated daily direct service between Delhi and Chennai. The airlines, a joint venture between Tata Sons (51 per cent) and Singapore Airlines, registered as Tata SIA Airlines Ltd, has arrived into Chennai after three years of commencing operations. In the initial weeks Vistara

Prathap C. Reddy continues to dream and dreams bolder…

When Apollo Hospitals commenced operations in 1983, it marked an important watershed: the first corporate hospital equipped with state-of-the art diagnostic equipment that are regularly updated. India is racing to become Number One in several non-communicable diseases; notably cardiac ailments, cancer, TB and diabetes. The incidence of these has been widespread

A biography of innovations from birth to maturity

R Gopalakrishnan (Gopal), worked for Hindustan Lever for thirty one years and rose to the position of vice chairman; subsequently, for close to two decades, he functioned as Director, Tata Sons. In these fifty years Gopal has had rich and varied experience to look at innovations and new products launched

Building global greats…

Emerging markets are slated to record much higher economic growth than the developed and less developed economies. 60 per cent of the growth is slated to come from emerging economies. China and India would be leading this.  This gratifying takeaway was provided at a serene celebration of the silver jubilee of


Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, in line with other Congress party critics like Mani Shankar Iyer and Randeep Surjewala, has been strident in criticism of any and every action of the BJP. While one can understand the dharma of the opposition party is to oppose the ruling party’s efforts, such