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Indian Economy: 2009 Vs. 2010

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…exchanges in India are Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE). India’s GDP accounts for 57.2% service industry, 28% industrial sector and 14.6% agricultural sector. The labour force totals half a billion workers. India currently accounts for 1.5% of world trade as of 2007 according to World Trade Organization (WTO). Indicators of Economy An economy has various indicators which allow analysis and prediction of future p…

Management Education is only for the Rich

  Last year, I sat for the CAT exam for the first time. On the very day, I reached at the exam center a bit early than the reporting time. Other aspirants were coming to take the CAT. Waiting at the gate I was observing almost all the candidates arriving to take the test for that slot. I found a very different scenario than that I used to see at the exam center during IIT JEE. Most of the girls were coming on a car with parents or siblings….

11 Ways to Optimize Instagram For Businesses

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…it further enhances customer experience. Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ are all powerful social media sites good for businesses but Instagram lets you connect with your market through photos. You showcase the creative and laidback side of your business and this definitely creates a whole new experience for your market. Here are 11 useful tips to help you optimize Instagram (IG) for your business: 1. Showcase your products through creative shots  …

India Spends Too Much On Its Defence

…ies, Pakistan had spent $4.8 billion in 2009 as defence expenditure. Also, the share of this defence expenditure for Pakistan of its GDP was 2.6%. We know it very well that Pakistan is always blamed for over-spending for the defence purpose, plus it is facing clashes in its western border with Taliban. So, the natural question arises, is India spending too much on its defence, neglecting other sectors say education or infrastructure? Apart from…