by Rajen KumarDildaar or Daag-daag? Redefining Delhi's Tagline?
Rather than forward a mail, which disturbed me no ends, to the Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, I have thought it prudent that I share it with my readers. For, I am not sure if the mail...
Special ReportsMay 2013
According to, “The State of Food and Agriculture Report 2012”, “world agriculture needs to feed a projected population of more than 9 billion people by 2050, some 2 billion...
I.A. Modi: Inspiration for young Indian Entrepreneurs
Born in a tiny village of Hansot of Bharuch district of Gujarat on February 18, 1926, IA Modi belonged to a middle class family background. He lost his mother in his early childhood and was brought by his grandmother. But his penchant for risk-taking, steely determination, a focus approach, integrity and restless mind for innovation made him one of the pioneer industrialists in Indian Pharma sector.
CB Patel: Voice of Asia in United Kingdom
Ever alert by heart and mind, the Septuagenarian, Chandrakant Babubhai Patel, better known as CB Patel, looks a much younger than his age. Despite being an insulin dependent diabetic for over three decades, he is always on the run and can put to shame any gym-dependent executive half his age. Apart from his business interest in retail and real-estate sector, the NRI runs two newspapers – Asian Voice and Gujarat Samachar in London. He is associated with more than 30 social, cultural and human service organizations.
The Idea of a Gift is to convey the Feeling
How often do we feel lost trying to think of an appropriate gift to give our friends, family or acquaintances on occasions like birthdays or anniversary or some special achievement? Many people just about pick any item to carry with them for gifting. In most cases that gift gets dumped in some corner or handed away to someone just like that. People do not have infinite budget for the gifts but put lot of thought in selecting a particular gift. The receiver of the gift not only receives a phy
Human Hair Exports- Accident didn't Deter Him to Make it Big in Business
An unfortunate accident may have paralyzed him lower limbs but not his will to live a life with hope and aspiration. He zest for business never diminished. While in hospital, he made 'net' his companion and he started surfing hoping to get a breakthrough to start his business. He came across Alibaba.com on the internet. That's when he also spotted a business opportunity in the export of Indian human hair showing a substantial demand in the overseas markets.
Man with a Mission – Dr. Chukka Kondaiah
Dr. Kondaiah recently retired (2011) after serving as the Director General of National Institute of Micro and Small Enterprises (ni-msme) for eight long years. The institute was set up in 1960 with the aim of promoting entrepreneurship in the country. It has been making serious contribution to the development of MSMEs through academic schools and programs.
Finger on the Pulse - Mr. Jagat Shah
- Winner of appreciation award for promoting SMEs in India.
- 1st ever Indian magazine to penetrate tier II, III cities & the rural belt.
- Industry Partnerships include CII, FICCI, ASSOCHAM, PHDCC, AIMA, ITPO, SME Network, Federation of Indian Micro Small Enterprises (FISME)
- Official Magazine Partners for several national & international MSME events.
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