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  • Why Small Businesses Create Blogs?

    Keeping in mind the regular blogger’s state of mind and the Small Business Bloggers’, fact can be seen that the blog was not primarily seen as a sales vehicle. Relationship building was the most common reason for blogging, with only two interviewees failing to mention this point. Read more »

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Power theft in India

Power theft in India

The development of power sector of a nation is closely linked to the overall economic growth of the nation. The importance of the power sector can therefore never be underestimated. India being a developing nation has even more to expect from this sector. Read more »

Future scope for exports of garments from India

Future scope for exports of garments from India

In interpreting the globally competitive clothing industry specifically in the post regime of Multi Fiber Agreement Government has concentrating on 3 areas- modernization through technological up-gradation… Read more »

 
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