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A Decade of BRICS: Indian Perspectives for the Future

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  On the occasion of BRICS 2017, India’s leading think tank -Observer Research Foundation (ORF) releases a collection of essays …

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Consumer-Centric Communication: Strategy Lessons from India’s Oldest FMCG Company – Hindustan Unilever

By Dr Shashank Shah In my previous post on consumer delight at HUL, I had identified the trinity of challenges that …

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EGG Special Feature: Can China and India Collaborate in Global Governance?

By Kishore Mahbubani  Kishore Mahbubani explores the prospects of a joint Chinese-Indian defence of globalisation. The biggest contradiction in global …

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How Does India’s Largest FMCG Company Delight Crores of Consumers, Everyday?

Image: The HUL Brand Basket By Dr Shashank Shah The Indian FMCG Sector is agog with regular news and developments. …

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Is India sharing the Ganga’s water fairly?

Officially, India and Bangladesh share 54 rivers, but that number is currently under review. Between 10 to 16 additional rivers …

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As a ‘Muslim’, Do I Have to Always React?

Image: BBC By Mosarrap H Khan With the Sangh Parivar and the BJP’s new-found (not exactly new, if we consider that …

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Social Life of Malaria

Image: Wikipedia   By Nibedita Bayen “What kind of a country we are living in. This has not happened in the …

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Dollar Hegemony

By Amar Diwakar The projection of military, economic and monetary power is a defining characteristic of hegemonic states, with each …

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Reason why astute Nitish Kumar Left the Mahagathbandhan

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Nobody else can occupy the PMs post Now nobody has the strength to beat Modi, No one can beat Modi …

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Nonlegislative Strategies Still Key to Modi’s Governance Agenda

By Kartikeya Singh In what journalists and political pundits in India are calling a “saffron wave,” election results from five …

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