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Cover Story
The stock market has run ahead of economic realities in anticipation of a Narendra Modi-led government. But, as history shows, the momentum can’t be sustained
STOCK MARKET
No Defence
Whether you assume an economic revival or a slump post-election, one thing is certain: defensives will disappoint
Chaitanya Dalmia
Feature
ELECTION
389 news channels and 815 million voters is an irresistible combination for political parties — and broadcasters and outdoor media firms are only too happy
Photo feature
Different Shades Of India’s Biggest Political Fest
Elections are usually full of colour and drama and the 16th general election is no different
Enterprise
Just started
Brothers Shyam and Karthik Balakrishnan launched indoor football arena chain Dribble Football with Rs 30 lakh
Trend
Mobile transactions are taking off in India and e-commerce companies are pulling out all stops to make it easier for customers to splurge
Strategy
ad break
Perfetti Van Melle India’s recent ad for Alpenliebe lollipops brings back Mughal emperors Babur, Humayun and Akbar to life
EXECUTIVE EDUCATION
Director and co-founder, CIPHER Preventive Healthcare
Trend
Crocs is heading to smaller cities, but is retaining its plastic-but-posh positioning
CORPORATE
Sun Pharma’s $4-billion gambit of buying out the crisis-ridden ranbaxy will bring its fair share of challenges
Markets
Insider Trade
Founder-promoter Suresh Kumar Poddar, along with other co-promoters, sold around 900,000 shares of Mayur Uniquoters
DEBATE
The stock price of the infrastructure financing institution has run up sharply after it won a bank licence
C'est la vie
C'est la vie
Atindriya Bose, country head, Sony PlayStation
THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS
Colors CEO Raj Nayak explains why both television and illusions need a little willing suspension of disbelief to work their magic
The Good Life
Two jewellery auctions — in Mumbai and Hong Kong — are using emeralds, rubies and diamonds to redefine the idea of giving till it hurts
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Book extract from John Elliott’s Implosion: India’s Tryst With Reality
John Elliott on Implosion: India’s Tryst With Reality By John Elliott
HIGH FIVE
Sunil Bhatia, MD & CEO, Blue Star Infotech, on five ways to minimise attrition
Miscellaneous
imagenation
The 2014 Lok Sabha election starts off with tribal communities in northeast India turning out to vote in huge numbers
Some light, some noise
graphically speaking
Mushrooming multiplexes and burgeoning marketing budgets give the film industry a boost
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