By Mudar Patherya The next time you see someone who might have overdone the shaadi make-up, don't screw your nose and snort in condescension. There could a nice story of how that plastered face might have helped transform the life of an unseen ... Mumbai Mirror, 12 hours ago
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By Mudar Patherya Meet Sampurn(e)arth, a novel business idea that addresses India's burning problem of waste management. The most wasted subject in India is of waste. For a simple reason: With great prosperity comes great spending; with great ...Mumbai Mirror, 1 week ago An issue that can't be rubbished Bangalore Mirror, 1 week ago
Mudar Patherya There is an e-commerce and online revolution underway when an Indian School of Business graduate (a relative) is proud to have been offered a job by a Bengaluru-based online major that is some quarters away from profit. There is ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago Vaibhav Global: Success story of an online jewellery retailer Rediff.com, 1 week ago
By Mudar Patherya This is the story of Maydi of Hirkray village, Madhya Pradesh. Daughter from a tribal farmer's family. Polio-afflicted. Unable to walk. Neighbours suffixed her name with one word. Bojh. The result was a perpetual writing-off ...Mumbai Mirror, 3 weeks ago
By Mudar Patherya Each time someone mentions Lupin, you could well think of Rs 77,000 crore in mar ket capitalisation. But each time some whispers "Lupin" to me, I think of bees first. Yes, bees. The story goes back more than a couple of decades ...Mumbai Mirror, 1 month ago
By: Mudar Patherya Kansai Nerolac decided to focus on the health of a group of people often ignored: painters Each time you get someone to paint at home or office or factory, the asthmatics temporarily shift to other places. There is growing ...Bangalore Mirror, 1 month ago
By: Mudar Patherya L'Oreal India's Beautiful Beginnings programme has helped thousands of women lead independent lives The next time you see someone who might have overdone the shaadi make-up, don't screw your nose and snort in condescension.Bangalore Mirror, 1 month ago
In three decades of stock picking, I have rarely come across a company as exciting as Hyderabad-based Mytrah Energy Limited, notes Mudar Patherya. If you haven’t heard of it, this is possibly because the company works anonymously from Gachibowli, is unlisted, engages business-to-business and keeps a low profile. Its chairman sits in London (so never shows up for local photo ops). Mytrah Energy is a corporate watcher’s orgasm. One, the company, engaged in wind ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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