One of Indian TV's most famous faces tells Kanika Datta why and how she hopes to reinvent herself in the uncharted territories of multimedia and think tanks The first thing Barkha Dutt wants to clarify is that she's not signing off from NDTV, her professional alma mater of 20 years. Not yet, anyway, though she frankly admits she couldn't say if things will change five years from now. That future hinges on how well she is able to reinvent herself as an entrepreneur in the brave new worlds ... Rediff.com, 6 hours ago
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The Indian Railways website says: "India has some of the most spectacular and unforgettable rail journeys in the world … .There's no better way to enjoy India's outback, cities, coastal towns and regional areas in comfort." Even the most ...Smart Investor, 4 days ago Is Indian Railways for the people? Rediff.com, 4 days ago India's Republic Day tamasha awaits Obama Business Standard India, 1 month ago
In the months immediately after the Lok Sabha elections, TV pundits, the chatterati and corporate India sagely portrayed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)'s stunning victory as the triumph of its star Narendra Modi's "development" (that is: ...Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
This refers to Kanika Datta's column "'West Bengal still on decline'" (Swot, January 15). After independence, Bengal was gifted with a bright chief minister, Bidhan Chandra Roy, who used to address the state as his "mother". He dedicated his life to ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Kanika Datta: 'West Bengal still on decline' Business Standard, 1 month ago Mamata Banerjee is the last word in West Bengal, says Madan Mitra 24Dunia, 1 month ago Mamata's superficial ideas fail to revive Bengal Rediff.com, 1 month ago
United States President Barack Obama's statement about enabling a young woman in rural India to start a business with a partner in America that will change both their lives attracted loud applause at the US-India Business Council. It's the kind of ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Rural 'beti' as businesswoman? A tough battle Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Business sense and sensibilities Kanika Datta | New Delhi January 23, 2015 Last Updated at 22:32 IST The prospect of lunch with a certified etiquette and protocol consultant leaves me so anxious to not be late that I arrive half an hour early at Diva, ...Business Standard, 1 month ago
Kanika Datta's column "Hares and tortoises" (Swot, December 4) induced me to think about the needed reforms in India for achieving accelerated growth. It is clear that there is a need for structural reforms, but are they needed in fiscal policies or ...Business Standard, 2 months ago Letters: India, China's growth race Business Standard, 2 months ago Kanika Datta: Hares and tortoises Business Standard, 2 months ago
A small memento of Indian business history sits on an occasional table in the drawing room. It is a shiny round metal ashtray, the product of copper mined from Ghatshila, once one of Asia's oldest copper mines, situated in what is now Jharkhand but ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
Sweet Rebellion - Reclaiming India's Streets with Raahgiri Day" runs one headline. It's a wonderful idea, of course, giving the people the run of the city every weekend in place of the various forms of motorised transport that choke the roads and citizens on ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
Most governments, including the United Front of the mid-1990s, enjoy a one-year honeymoon of goodwill from the intelligentsia and the chatterati before the sheer ungovernability of India causes disenchantment and the urge for change. In that sense, ...Sify, 2 months ago
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