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Introduction: is the online property of Business Standard Private Limited, publisher of India's leading business daily, Business Standard. The website attracts over 10 million unique visitors every month, the highest such number for any standalone business newspaper website in India.

The daily newspaper Business Standard (also available as an e-paper) is the preferred choice of serious business readers. It is published from 12 centers - New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Pune, Kochi and Bhubaneswar. It is also printed from Bhopal.

The Hindi Business Standard is published from eight centres across northern India - New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Patna, Lucknow, Bhopal, Chandigarh and Raipur. Its content can be accessed at

Business Standard stands for reporting that stresses accuracy and credibility, commentary that is informed, independent and fair, and journalism that is rooted in ethical conduct and defined by a sacrosanct bond with the reader. All Business Standard journalists sign on to a code of conduct that is available on this website.


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From: Buisness-standard By Jayant Sinha Recommended by: business-standard In the past four years, the aviation sector has boomed with air traffic doubling from about 100 million trips in 2013 to 200 million trips in 2017. Total aviation sector revenues now match those of Indian Railways and the telecom sector.While lower oil
From: Buisness-standard By Surinder Sud Recommended by: business-standard The agriculture ministry’s move to observe 2018 as the National Year of Millets is an acknowledgement, even if belated, of the nutritional value of these small seeded cereals which have unfairly been neglected after the green revolution.In fact, the
From: Buisness-standard Recommended by: business-standard After four and half years of this column I have decided to cry off now. Enough said, at least by me. To round it all off I have been asked to write, as a farewell to this column, about the five or six best English language authors I had ever read. Nasty, but it has served to
From: Buisness-standard By Shreekant Sambrani Recommended by: business-standard Here is a sitter of a question in the times of the Indian Premier League: Should the on-field umpires necessarily have to refer every appeal from the fielding side to the third umpire? “Absurd!” even the meanest intelligence would thunder, “what
From: Buisness-standard By Ajai Shukla Recommended by: business-standard The United States of America (US) has leapt ahead of Russia as India’s biggest supplier of new weaponry. A recent report from Parliament’s Standing Committee on Defence reveals that, during the last three years, US firms concluded 13 contracts with India,
From: Buisness-standard By A K Bhattacharya Recommended by: business-standard The recent rise of a raw brand of economic nationalism has spawned a flurry of highly polemical questions, which are now doing the rounds in political and policy making circles.Such questions pertain to whether an Indian company can be allowed to be



From: Buisness-standard By Kenneth Rogoff Recommended by: business-standard Let's face it, college faculty are no keener to see technology cut into their jobs than any other groupIn the early 1990s, at the dawn of the Internet era, an explosion in academic productivity seemed to be around the corner. But the corner never
From: Buisness-standard By Jayanta Roy
From: Buisness-standard By Sangeeta Tanwar Recommended by: business-standard Building emotional connections with the end consumer has long been at the heart of most business-to-consumer (B2C) marketing. Things are not so simple for business-to-business (B2B) marketers.They ultimately need to reach business decision makers, who
From: Buisness-standard By Bharat Bambawale Recommended by: business-standard Business leaders would like nothing more than perfect marketing systems.Smooth, efficient, predictable; delivering a specified output against a specified input. If ‘production’ can achieve this, raising the bar on quality while reducing material
From: Buisness-standard By Gary Peacock Recommended by: business-standard Can online and e-commerce companies compete on anything except price? Yes, they can because not everyone buys on price. Remember the words of Warren Buffet, “Price is what they pay, value is what they get”. So, online retailers need to give their customers
From: Buisness-standard By R Gopalakrishnan Recommended by: business-standard The chasm between jugaad and innovation lies in a deep crevice called sustainability and replicability. The Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) of the Niti Aayog has adopted an approach that cuts across the apparent impediments and tries to use their