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Counterfeit tales. Don't buy a fake online!
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Counterfeit tales. Don't buy a fake online!

Fighting fake brand peddlers: How the complex web of counterfeit goods threatens to trip e-commerce giants in the country. IMAGE: Pirated DVDs and software like this at a streetside hawker's shop in Mumbai is available nearly anywhere. Photograph: Arko Datta/Reuters. Last month, when global footwear brand Skechers filed a case against Flipkart, and four sellers on its platform, for fake goods being sold under its label, it cracked open the lid on one of the most persistent problems in Indian ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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10 books to look forward to in 2018

There are several books that Aakar Patel wishes were being written but aren't. Fortunately, there's plenty coming up this year that he's eagerly awaiting. Photograph: Kind courtesy Judit Klein/Flickr The period in South Asian history best documented by important actors is 1970s Pakistan, the most important decade in that nation's history. The division of the country, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto's rise and then Zia-ul Haq's takeover: all these are laid out superbly by writers like Iqbal Akhund, Rafi ...
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India has talent, but no innovation ecosystem

India has no idiosyncratic innovation ecosystem, distinctively its own. Our VCs will not rush to fund brilliant ideas, says R Gopalakrishnan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The two ends of the innovation journey are rich with literature: the early stage, associated with start-ups, emphasises creativity and cleverness, and the late stage, associated with large companies, emphasises scaling and discipline.   The in-between pathway is scantier in literature-richness. I have ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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PM Modi the 'most tweeted about world leader' after Trump

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emerged as the “most tweeted about world leader” after United States President Donald Trump in 2017, microblogging site Twitter said. Twitter said Trump with 44.1 million followers and Modi with 37.5 million followers are respectively the first and second “most tweeted about world leaders” for the year 2017.   Other world leaders to figure in the top 10 list are Nicolas Maduro from Venezuela, Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Oil India attempts to improve fate with black gold

Oil India has failed to find oil in Rajasthan for years and now it is dreaming to make its fate with black gold in the sand dunes. After twenty-six years, it will again try to extract oil with the help of German technology in Jaisalmer’s Baghewala oil ...
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