Tejinder Singh Bedi
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English   |   Bangla

Author is a people management cum CSR adviser, freelance journalist and a passionate singer.

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On Mother's Day: Why every regular mom is a true 'rajmata' of her home

I witnessed five generations of motherhood, from my great grandmother to my wife and daughter. I know being a mother and running a home is a true test of individual skills and team spirit.

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VOICES

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Why looking beyond wage code for labour is important

Occupational safety needs to consolidate parallel, overriding or conflicting provisions under various legislations.

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Karnataka verdict exposed how the position of governor is compromised

With coalition politics here to stay, it is important to ensure the office is not misused for making and breaking holy and unholy alliances.

MONEY

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What poor recovery rate of NPAs says about public sector banks

An 80-90 per cent deficit in the recovery of bad loans for four years straight highlights connivance between banks and some 'preferred customers'.

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Why nobody cares about hunger strikes anymore

It's time we realise that fasts, whether indefinite or symbolic, have to give way to better forms of protests.

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Allowing mother’s name in driving licence is not enough to end gender inequality

Such ornamental changes would actually work only if the status of women is strengthened in the first place.