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Dhoni has been in the spotlight since he made his ODI debut against Bangladesh in 2004, writes Haider Ali Khan  
Only 6% of Mumbai Families Never Cook On Weekdays, Says IKEA Study
When it came to their kitchens, Mumbaikars along with the Shanghaians, were found to be the least interested in its appearance, reports Simar Singh
Most people  understand how decisions are made in a hierarchy. You don’t have to know the specific people in the organisation. All you have to see is the organisation chart.
Grazer could have done much better making this a book of anecdotes, maybe like Robert Fulghum, says Vinu Syriac
Komarraju starts with the origins of money, where money comes from, money in its various forms and the script we follow in life with respect to money, says Suresh Sadagopan
Dodd’s book offers significant insights by looking at routine economic events and policy responses through a non-economic lens, says Shankar Jagannathan
Clubs need to evolve with the times to continue enjoying their special status as a state of mind between work and homeby Sandip Ghose
Inside IRCTC’s Amazing Central Kitchen in Noida
Simar Singh visits Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation’s Central Kitchen in Noida
Don't Over-promise And Under-achieve
The route to reaching a new India was the theme of the session that struck a patriotic chord with everyone in the audience.   
Brand Engagement Holds Key To Marketing In India: Ashok Venkatramani
Brands are quickly catching up with the phenomenon where brand placement is taking place with content, said Ashok Venkatramani, Chief Executive Officer of ABP News.
Do Good While Building A Category, Advises RB’s Nitish Kapoor
Like all other media, digital will also face the test of cost, reach and efficiency, says Regional Director for Reckitt Benckiser South Asia, Nitish Kapoor.
Marketing Will Take A Quantitative Turn, Predicts Nielsen’s Piyush Mathur
 Nielsen India President Piyush Mathur says have to craft newer strategies just to stay in pace with the consumers. Noor Fathima Warsia reports
Spotlight On ‘Connected Consumers’ In 11th Edition Of BW Marketing Whitebook
BW Businessworld on Wednesday (1 July)  unveiled its marquee property, BW Businessworld Marketing Whitebook 2015-16, presented by ABP Live, in association with Nielsen, and powered by ZEEL.
Understanding Marketers, Mobile and the Indian Middle Class
How are the marketers speaking to these different types of consumers? Shubhi Tandon reports as the 11th edition of Marketing White Book is launched  
Leveraging Data For Predictive Computing In Modern Retail
What are the changing trends in retail? Hita Gupta reports on what experts have to say at the launch of the 11th edition of the Marketing White Book 
Turn On The Lights For The Pink Ball
Australia and New Zealand have decided to play a day and night test match at the Adelaide and you may see the pink ball again, writes Manish Kumar Pathak
Sriram was born and brought up in Chennai in a Tamil Brahmin family. His father, an engineer by profession, had strong literary interests. Thus, Sriram grew up in a very scholarly environment.
Match-fixing brings disrepute to the gentleman's game, writes Arshad Khan  
Spearheaded by Delhi Development Authority, the plan aims to increase the accessibility of gyms for Delhi residents, writes Simar Singh  
Travel and tourism have illustrated how e-commerce may change the structure of an industry, and in the process create new business opportunities, says Gyanesh Kumar and Devesh Kumar Tha
North Campus is once again embroiled in its annual ritual, as students from all over the country flock to its tree-shaded lanes and college buildings seeking a collegiate experience.
The flow of the Kaveri, the great river of South India, is arrested at Tiruchirappalli in the state of Tamil Nadu by a stone dam built by the Chola kings in the second century ce.
Industry body Nasscom  in its recent report on startups says that India will see nearly 11,500 startups by 2020.
Failure fascinates and intrigues me” - Thus begins possibly the most compelling book on entrepreneurship to come out of India.
Kapur recounts how every constraint on NTPC’s growth was taken as an opportunity to learn something that NTPC had not done before, says Arun Maira
Rahul Narvekar, former co-founder of Fashionandyou, talks about the NDTV-backed Indian fashion portal Indianroots, his new venture.
Fever and cough can be treated easily, but there is no remedy for stress.  
The monsoons are finally here and it's time to pack your bags and explore some of the most beautiful destinations by Vikram Malhi
UN's decision to commemorate the International Day of Yoga underlines the appreciation for India and its growing soft power, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has said.  

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