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In this episode of Outliers, Kalra talks about lessons in building Makemytrip, and his views on letting go and finding a successor.
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In this week’s Outliers podcast, Pallav Nadhani, founder of bootstrapped startup FusionCharts, shares his entrepreneurship journey with Pankaj Mishra.
Adya Satapathy, who has Type 1 diabetes since birth, is leading a Change.org petition asking PM Modi to include the disease in the list of disabilities.
In this week’s Outliers podcast with Vineet Nayar, we discuss the future of Indian IT and why employees need to take charge of their careers.
FactorDaily travelled to Pheyang village in Leh to meet Sonam Wangchuk, who is making artificial glaciers or ‘Ice Stupas’ to ward off the water crisis.
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This podcast is the first in a series of three stories on Outlier Sonam Wangchuk that FactorDaily captured during a two-day trip to Leh.
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Google vice-president for Southeast Asia and India believes the internet is going to make India reach greater heights.
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