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Lok Sabha poll purse

Of the Rs 30,000 cr, the exchequer is likely to spend about Rs 7,000 cr to hold the electoral exercise.

From Rs 10.45 cr spent by the Centre in the 1952 Lok Sabha elections to about Rs 846.67 cr in 2009.....

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A special food delivery
Foodbury offers food items catering to special needs, such as food allergies, diabetics and organic ...

Cotton conundrum

It’s not easy to be a cotton farmer in India. You spend R30,000 per hectare, stake your sweat, blood...

The eco-tourism trail

On April 25, the Uttarakhand government, acting on the orders of the high court, imposed a blanket b...

Insuring the poor

Swabhimaanya offers financial services to the underprivileged sections of society with insurance pre...

‘The devil is in the detail’

Even though private players, mainly accommodation owners, feel it is imperative and need of the hour...
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Politics on wheels
With Lok Sabha elections around the corner, specialised mobile homes or caravans are touted to be th...
Straight from the art
What makes art collectors tick? We delve into the psyches of a few big names in the country to under...
Value for money
If the huge amounts spent on some high-profile players went against their worth, there were a few pu...
IPL7: Prize catch
Big money moves at IPL auctions where franchise owners splash the cash to bag the best players for t...
The Reel Women
The fair sex is having its fair share of memorable moments in the Indian film and television industr...
AAPcoming Leaders
After capturing the imagination and mandate of the masses, the common man’s party is now on a new ...
Narayana Murthy 2.0
In his second innings, Murthy is looking younger with the energy and passion of a younger himself ci...
Flying off the shelves
Retail at airports is an exciting segment for the industry, which is showing good traction in India ...
What’s cooking
The foam on the plate has fizzled out; the fare is without fuss, wholesome and hearty. The focus is ...
Operation township
Major real estate players are all planning or building townships, touted as the way of the future.
Bitcoins: Currency catch-up
Bitcoins are a way of the future, say users. But how far can the world go to cash in on a virtual mo...
The singular malts
India lovingly embraces single malts, while Scottish distillers ramp up their marketing strategy
Premium rush
A growing tribe of ‘white-collared’ riders—who are shelling out a few extra thousands, and in some c...
It’s a cell-out!
'Our innovative pricing also helped us achieve a reasonable degree of success'
Cold comfort
A multi-million-dollar pharmaceutical company draws on ancient Indian yogic practices to develop the...
Harley-Davidson: Wheels of fortune
'It’s not always the growth charts that high-flying corporate executives prefer to chase.'
Precious moments
InHot picks by jewellery designer Nirav Modi
Dress Circle
The ‘new-age’ bride is bolder and experimental, and nothing but the best of both worlds will do
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