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Edme Bouchardon, one of the greatest sculptors of the 18th century, spent his final years completing his most prestigious commission, an equestrian monument of King Louis XV.

The boss can lift the game by helping the team to define the problem in a new light by drawing upon new data sources or insights that the team does not have access to.

By Gunja Kapoor and Saurabh Roy The space for liberal discourse in India is shrinking. Five years of UPA-2 left the country craving for development. Along with this, the rise of Narendra Modi was orchestrated with support from the electronic, print, and social media campaigns. These

The rural-urban demographic divergence explains not only India’s slow pace of urbanisation but also why northern states have been urbanising slowly compared to the South.

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