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Around the world, a number of business reality TV shows have enjoyed success because they put people in situations many of us can relate to; we all have jobs and we all have bosses. Here are three such shows that could succeed in India.
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December 10, 2013 15:51 pm by Basic principles of any job remain the same - Indian Radios | Indian Radios
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I am so dismayed that mine exceeded the 140 characters. That's what I get for letting Microsoft Word do the counting. Anyway it was a really great exercise and helped me get a grip on a messy chapter in a new novel in progress, so thanks, good people at Forbes!
December 06, 2013 17:07 pm by Son of short-short-short stories | Forbes India Blog
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Talaash is the best
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Brilliant interview. NBT, OUP, Writers Workshop, Publication Division, Sahitya Academy, etc also should have been mentioned in context with Indian publishing. However Peter has been brilliant and Urvashi very informative.
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