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Teaching the children well
Bangalore Mirror

Teaching the children well

By Mudar Patherya What is that big idea that can transform this country the quickest? There is a growing consensus that the biggest transformative idea is not the land bill, nor the right-of-centre policy reforms or Make in India. Instead, the big ... Mumbai Mirror, 1 week ago

Going beyond caring

By MUDAR PATHERYA One of the most remarkable CSR engagements currently unfolding is in Calcutta -Tata Medical Centre and Premashraya. This CSR engagement of the Tata Group is ironic for two reasons. Its Tata Medical Centre shares the same ...
 Mumbai Mirror3 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror

Not just skin deep

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 Mirror4 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

You can't rubbish this

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 Mirror1 month ago An issue that can't be rubbished  Bangalore Mirror1 month ago
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Vaibhav Global: India's successful e-tail model

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 India1 month ago Vaibhav Global: Success story of an online jewellery retailer  Rediff.com1 month ago

From bojh to inspiration

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 Mirror1 month ago
Bangalore Mirror

Colouring a better future

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 Mirror2 months ago

More turmoil at FTII

Clearly, the stakes are leaning towards anarchy at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII). Monday's vandalism, reported in the article, 'Vandals, right-wing protests in the fray' (PM, July 21), and the lack of police action — with cops ...
 Pune Mirror1 week ago

IPL - the Indian Problem League?

The Indian Premier League has changed cricket forever but it is a tournament that is rarely out of the news. It has helped turn the sport into a billion-dollar business and has been a huge hit with India's cricket-mad fans. But with two of its ...
 BBC2 weeks ago

Kumar Birla has to wait for BK Birla empire takeover

The nonagenarian industrialist has offered to get reappointed in the boards of at least three group companies, Century Textile, Century Enka and Jay Shree Tea Scuttling speculation, Basant Kumar Birla has decided not to hang up his boots during ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago
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