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Gift Economy of India

Gift Economy – Not That Mug or T-Shirt Please!

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We have just strolled past the peak season of gifting. On the one hand,  advertisements served us a bouquet of options to pick gifts...
Diabetics of India

Diabetics Of India Need Serious Innovation

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Don't travel too much, said my doctor. The reason was unhealthy food and a disturbed eating schedule. Well, I can't disagree with her. It...
Pain of Dynamic Pricing

Persistent Pain of Dynamic Pricing

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Everyday groceries are what I carried for my friends in London every time I visited them from my small town outside the city limits...
Umemployment Moonlighting Quiet Quitting

Unemployment, Moonlighting, Quiet Quitting

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Unemployment always makes headlines in India. As a student, it mattered a lot as employability defined the life ahead for most of us. I...
Saga of Over Communication

The Saga of Over Communication

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Two books ordered from a local e-commerce portal started their journey from two different cities to my humble abode in Bengaluru. From the moment...
Where have all Indian Cotton Garments gone in New Indian Express

Where have all the Cotton Garments gone?

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At a shopping mall in Bengaluru, I was searching for cotton garments that I could wear every day. However, I returned home with barely...
Long-from content published in New Indian Express

Long-form content in the age of Reels and Shorts

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I have been creating digital content since 2004, from the time when blogging was a new tool and none of us knew what the...
Startup Premier League

Startup Premier League: Investors vs customers

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For various reasons, emails from start-up founders reach my mailbox. Some want to work with me as bloggers, some just want to bounce ideas,...
Indias Public Technology Leadership

India’s Sunshine Moment in Public Technology Leadership

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Why has India not produced a Google or Twitter or Amazon? It is a question that has been asked a million times, with no...
Opportunities in Silk

Abundant opportunities in silk to weave

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India is the biggest consumer of silk and the second-largest producer of it. The silk industry must thank the women of India for their...

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