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Welspun fiasco shows Indian companies have a blind spot on quality

What is the cost for a business of tripping up on quality standards? For Welspun India Ltd, that number could be in excess of the Rs.6,000 crore that …

A man who spent 5 years studying millionaires found one of their most important wealth-building habits starts first thing in the morning

They also wake up really early.<p>Take Richard Branson, self-made billionaire and founder of the Virgin Group, who wakes up at 5:45 a.m. to exercise before starting his work day. Or Square CEO Jack Dorsey, who wakes up at 5:30 a.m. to meditate and go for a 6-mile jog.<p>Branson and Dorsey aren't the only …

Self-improvement

Political wrap: The week gone by

<b>Aadhar and Real Estate Bills passed</b><p>After days of disruption over a range of issues, Parliament finally saw some legislative business being conducted …

CNN-News18 Breaking News India, Latest News Headlines, Live News Updates

reaching outKumaraswamy, Siddaramaiah Patch up After Yeddyurappa's Call to Rebel JDS-Cong MLAs<p>new face<p>Indian-American Appointed CEO of US Democratic …

Narendra Modi targets 100 smart villages by end of 2016

<b>New Delhi:</b> After the smart cities mission, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched the Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission (SPMRM) aimed at …

Linking India’s rivers: critics rally to protest ‘illegal and unnecessary’ plans

Plans to connect 37 rivers in India to prevent flooding and drought have been criticised for large-scale displacement and environmental destruction<p>After four decades of debate, India’s plans to connect its rivers finally got underway last September. Drums were played, bright yellow flowers were …

India

Indians are so troubled by the idea of free healthcare, they’d rather pay anything than nothing at all

Once, a farmer from a village in Bihar was diagnosed with colon cancer. He came to Patna, the capital city, to have the tumor removed. Because he was poor, my father recommended a young surgeon who trained in the UK. The surgeon was competent and idealistic. He was a Fellow of the Royal College of …