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Conning isn’t Marketing

Conning isn’t Marketing

OpenEd by U. Mahesh Prabhu Today a great many people find it hard to distinguish between a “con-man” and “marketer”.  The statements like “Oh, he’s...

 
Understanding ISIS

Understanding ISIS

By U. Mahesh Prabhu ISIS is a terror group consisting of a few thousand radically nurtured Islamic militants headed by shadowy figureheads. Its ability to crush...

 
A novel approach for providing tertiary care in Public health system

A novel approach for providing tertiary care in Public health system

By Dr. Prof. B. S. Baliga  There have been difficulties experienced to deliver tertiary care in the public health system due to various road blocks. The road blocks...

 
Reliance’s TV18 deal: Wise or otherwise?

Reliance’s TV18 deal: Wise or otherwise?

The following column was first published by Exchange4Media.Com A day after TV 18 Broadcast Ltd announced its PAT (profit after tax) of INR 104 crores owing to 11...