This refers to Kanika Datta's column "The ascent of luxury" (Swot, November 21). During my childhood, when stainless steel utensils made their appearance, they were considered a status symbol. People used brass vessels for cooking, on which kalai (a ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
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The real talent for purveyors of luxury goods and services will lie in training Indians to serve them email this article Message: Your Email: Send me a copy: Recipients' Email: Type address separated by commas Enter the characters shown in the image. Send ...Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
Raghuram Rajan did not have to hold up for public scrutiny his passport proving his Indian citizenship the way half-Kenyan US President Barack Obama had to display his birth certificate to prove to persistent doubters that he was born in the US. The ...Business Standard, 4 weeks ago Of Raghuram Rajan and a few natural-born biases Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
The vortex of indignation from the business community after the CBI filed a first information report (FIR) against Kumar Mangalam Birla was no surpriseBusiness Standard, 1 month ago
Apropos Kanika Datta's column "Women's rights? Who cares!" (Swot, September 12), not only politicians and the government but the society at large is also oblivious of its responsibility towards women in India. This is evident by how the laws enacted ...Business Standard, 2 months ago Kanika Datta: Women's rights? Who cares! Business Standard, 2 months ago
Jack Trout and Vikram Pandit may not have a great deal in common but they enjoy the felicity of appearing on the same page of Tuesday's edition of Business Standard and for roughly the same reason. Mr Trout, the guru who gave the world of marketing ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
The audience at Srinagar's Shalimar Bagh clearly did not know that clapping in between movements of a piece of music seriously disrupts musicians' concentrationBusiness Standard, 2 months ago
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Bangalore: Earlier Indians were happy with whatever they had and were happy with the products they owned. As time passed, the way people looked at life changed drastically. In modern times people are more concerned about their image in the society, ...Silicon India, 1 week ago
It is worth noting that the business fraternity has been complaining about the poor 'doing business' climate for ages -- ever since, in fact, Jairam Ramesh’s controversial 'no go' policy on coal mining, the retrospective amendments to tax laws, the transfer pricing cases against multinationals in court, the list is long, writes Kanika Datta The vortex of indignation from the business community after the Central Bureau of Investigation filed a first information report against Kumar ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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