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Rajgopal Nidamboor
The art of being present in the fleeting present The essence of time, along with space, holds the fulcrum to metaphysics. It finds representation in a multitude of things that exists in nature too. How?
Ritwik Mukherjee
Grid Logic Hotels on expansion spree Grid Logic Hotels And Resorts Private Limited, a Hyderabad-headquartered hospitality chain floated by an IIM Calcutta alumnus- Pariekshit Madishetty, is now on an expansion mode with its casual fine d
Ashwin J Punnen
Oil stocks rise on prospect of free pricing of auto fuel With the oil marketing companies (OMCs) making strong gains, the BSE oil & gas index hit a fresh 52-week high on Tuesday.
Michael Gonsalves
SUVs help boost passenger vehicle sales The passenger vehicle (PV) sales in India, Asia’s third biggest car mart, crossed the three million milestone for the first time in fiscal 17, driven largely by sales of sports utility vehicles (SUVs)
Michael Gonsalves
Merc cheers best ever sales Mercedes-Benz, the biggest luxury car maker by sales in the country, on Tuesday announced its best ever retail sales in January to March quarter selling over 1 per cent at 3,650 units in the fiercely
Subhash Narayan
Eye on demand growth, oil cos focus on creating refining hub Early last year, India announced plans to set up one of the world’s largest refineries in coastal Maharashtra with a capacity of processing 60 million tonnes (or 1.2 million barrels per day) of crude.
Sangeetha G.
Digital offline seeks to broaden customer base Despite fast growth in the e-commerce space, online is still a miniscule portion of the offline retail market.
Nirbhay Kumar
You may get boarding pass on mobile, Wipro in works Air-travellers will soon be on the digital road for a hassle-free flight.
Gautam Datt
The clarion call of Kashmir The outcome of bypolls is often not considered to be a reflection of larger public sentiment.
Zehra Naqvi
Unfamiliarity breeds contempt You’ve probably heard the phrase many times before — familiarity breeds contempt. But today we’ll invert this idea and talk about how, very often unfamiliarity breeds contempt.

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