There’s a reason many more Indians might want to read the works of Clarice Lispector

There’s a reason many more Indians might want to read the works of Clarice Lispector

It was in the year 1943, at the age of 23, that Clarice Lispector published her first novel, and on the suggestion of Lúcio Cardoso, whom she was in love with, titled with a line from Joyce: Near to the Wild...
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Stocks Off To A Cautious Start, IT Stocks Advance

Stocks Off To A Cautious Start, IT Stocks Advance

The stock market made a sedate cautious today as the benchmark Sensex rose marginally, led by buying in realty, IT and healthcare stocks. Positive Asian cues also supported the markets. The 30-share index traded higher by another 45.15 points, or...
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Linking Aadhaar to real estate transactions could be a game changer. Here’s why.

Linking Aadhaar to real estate transactions could be a game changer. Here’s why.

A whopping 60 per cent of the black money in the country is pumped into immovable assets in the form of both residential and commercial properties, according to news reports. And everyone is in on the game, from individuals to family-managed trusts...
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Making marketing a career option for people from socially diverse backgrounds

Making marketing a career option for people from socially diverse backgrounds

Among the many diversity challenges marketing faces, social diversity is seldom discussed. It’s safe to say in many cases the majority of marketers do not share the social class of many of their customers. The Marketing Academy Foundation wants to...
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A Small Business Owner Who Appeared With Trump At A Healthcare Event Says He Was “Duped” And An “Idiot”

A Small Business Owner Who Appeared With Trump At A Healthcare Event Says He Was “Duped” And An “Idiot”

Last Thursday, Donald Trump signed an executive order on healthcare, surrounded by Republicans and business leaders. Evan Vucci / AP The White House said the order is “promoting healthcare choice and competition,” but many saw it as an attempt t...
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Loan default: Listed companies get a breather from Sebi

Loan default: Listed companies get a breather from Sebi

Markets regulator Sebi has put off implementation of its directive “until further notice” that required listed firms to inform exchanges if they default on loan payments to banks and financial institutions. In a circular, the Securities and Exchange Board ...
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