Bobbi Brown's top tip for being successful: Be nice to everyone you meet
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View: Why an interest rate cut by MPC is more than necessary
Fourth quarter GDP numbers show the economy in even poorer shape than most observers had feared.
Now, over to Mary Poppins
MPC is meeting to wrestle with issue of right monetary fix to address macro-economic issues.
A warranted rate hike may seem harsh, but Reserve Bank can take some of the sting away
The Monetary Policy Committee may have a key role in determining the cost of credit. But when it comes to availability, the ball is in the bank’s court.
View: Do these Budget 2017 numbers add up?
The FM exceeded his revenue targets and overshot projected expenditure, and yet managed to adhere to the fiscal deficit target of 3.5% of GDP.
UNSC: India's permanent membership should be key but not pre-eminent foreign policy goal
The UN today, with 193 member countries, faces vastly different challenges than it did when it started 70 years ago with 51 members.
So what if Indians have a 56-inch waist. At least, yoga comes naturally to us
The aim of yoga is to be able to control and discipline the mind through the movements of the body. On this all yogis are agreed.
European debt crisis is not over, says Satyajit Das
Greece, Ireland or Portugal may need additional funding to meet maturing debt and also to finance budget deficits as their economies remain weak.
Fly away into the sunset like a 'Pigeon'
Always bid adieu - in sport or management - at the summit, at your peak. Like Glenn McGrath.
How Indian & Western CEOs differ
Wharton's Peter Cappelli on how the Indian CEO's way is different from his Western counterpart.
Stagflation fear spurs TIPS demand
Rising oil prices, Mideast conflicts and a US president perceived as ineffective contributed to the stagflation of the 1970s.
A new sun rises on Shanghvi's profit strategy
Dilip Shanghvi, the chairman and managing director of Sun Pharmaceuticals, has little in common with Yogi Berra.
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