Right to privacy can't be a fundamental right, centre tells SC
Right to privacy cannot be elevated to the level of a fundamental right and it cannot be equated with right to life and liberty, the centre has maintained while defending the Aadhar issue before the Supreme Court
Flipkart agrees to $900-950-bn acquisition of Snapdeal
The merger deal does not include FreeCharge and Vulcan Express - the two subsidiaries of Jasper Infotech that owns Snapdeal
Sri Lanka to sell 70% stake in Hambantota Port to Chinese consortium
Sri Lanka's cabinet on Tuesday approved a revised deal for the Chinese-built port in Hambantota, wherein it would sell 70 per cent stake in the southern port to the state-run China Merchants Port Holdings for $1.12 billion
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  Bullying in organisations begets whining: study
  It has been said that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Now new research suggests that such a dynamic can play out in organisations, where bullying within decision-making groups appears to go hand in hand with whining.
  From the camera to the coffee table
  Pradeep Chandra, photo journalist and writer,  in conversation with Swetha Amit about his journey as a photographer and author of four coffee table books.
  Is 'doing good' bad for a company's bottom line? Yes, says study

Empirical analyses using a large sample of firms for the period 1992 to 2014, found that CSR reduces a firm's overall performance and investment efficiency

  Disconnect and be human

Mainak Dhar, managing director, General Mills,and the author of over a dozen books, some of which have been on the bestsellers list in India and abroad in conversation with Swetha Amit on his book 03:02

  To think 'outside the box', first see what's inside the box

Before hiring external consultants for any and every aspects of your business, first see what you can learn by applying common sense to available data, says Manoj Agarwal, co-founder of lifestyle events curator Xoxoday

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