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The business of governance

What Modi basically seems to be pushing for is a variation on Keynesian economics with a dash of pra...

Bathing in disruptive aspiration
Real examples on design perversity form the basis of my learning in the five countries...

Golf in exile

Khao Yai National Park, a Unesco World Heritage site and a few hours’ drive out of Bangkok, is golf-...

A golden sunset

Mahela Jayawardene’s farewell to Test cricket is the end of an era in Sri Lankan cricket. Although h...

Perversity sells design

Being customer-friendly is what Leonardo da Vinci taught marketers through all his engineering desig...

The end of solitude

Two books show us what we are missing with our headlong plunge into the digital domain, and what it ...
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Diametrically different
I’m making a provocative comparison between Indian and German engineering...
3 fundamentals that change behaviour
Behaviour change comes in two ways: at the basic level, enterprises follow the same route...
Cooky refuses to crumble
With England losing seven of their last nine Tests under his charge, it would have been easy for Ala...
Baptism of fire
With the Premier League starting in a week’s time, Manchester United’s new manager Louis van Gaal, w...
World-class MSME India
“Your article last week on Customer Value touched the core of my heart as I am constantly fighting f...
Larger than life
The 12-course Mission Hills resort is the biggest golf facility in the world.
Open to innovation
The ‘open innovation’ concept is not new but has received increasing attention in recent years as mo...
Up and down in Ranikhet
The Kumaon Regiment Environment Park & Training Area in Ranikhet is not a classic layout comparable ...
Ingenuity to transform habits
Changing the behaviour of a product’s end-user does not happen by chance
Cars and the consumer
Why are attitudes of car owners in India different from those in the advanced automobile markets?
Higher ground
Nestled amongst the highest mountains in Thailand, the ancient city of Chiang Mai in the north is an...
Changing behaviour
Hooking up gadgets to the Web promises huge benefits. But security must not be an afterthought
Brazil’s silver lining
The Selecao’s crushing World Cup rout presents an exciting opportunity to rebuild. To rise from the ...
From the discomfort Zone: Escort’s taximeter
My conversation with the concierge of hotels I stay in during different work travels to Europe lays ...
The fast lane: Wife, mother, working woman
There was a surreality in reading last Thursday’s newspapers.
Over the top: Mirror, mirror on the wall…
Swing analysis is not for the faint-hearted, but you will learn a fair bit from it
Colouring football
Brazil, Pele and football comprised the thrilling peaks of my childhood in football-crazy Bengal. Go...
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