Akash Shukla

Akash Shukla

Sr. Features Writer, Entrepreneur India

With four years of journalistic and editorial experience from two leading English dailies, namely, The Pioneer and Hindustan Times, Akash dabbles in Applied Linguistics and mainstream journalism. His interests include book writing, travelogues, Gender Studies and Shaivism. The author is a senior features writer cum sub editor at 'Entrepreneur Online' and has a dual masters in journalism and English Language Teaching (ELT).

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Twin biz lessons for NaMo from Bihar fiasco

The focus on infrastructure will need to gain momentum and should be fortified in future

Is India next hot destination for gold investment?

The government has declared an interest rate of 2.25% for medium-term deposit and 2.5% for the long-term scenario

4 essentials to understand a startup

A commonly pervasive myth is that you need an MBA with loads of cash to spearhead one

Smart lighting: Industry estimates growth in billions by 2020

IOTA Lite corresponds to beats and its luminosity responds to the beat's quickness

How healthy is health in Indian health insurance policy?

Most health insurers today are just providers for financial safety

Startups mustn't belittle content over SEO

Doing away with long and sketchy sentences will lead to apt expression with the needful SEO

7 management lessons that entail Ramayana

Reducing power differential and suspending judgments continue to be the new-age chartbusters

Ahead of bell curve: Employee appraisal is beyond forms!

Good evaluations are good parleys and not just appropriately-filled forms.

How helpful is a discount?

If there is a discount on a car that I own, does it not indirectly mean mine is overpriced?

Modern seed technology, startups capable of ending pulses' price dilemma

Since hoarding is the root cause, the entrepreneurs must seize opportunity and end red tape between producers and consumers.

4 traits to clinch a great marketing hire

An insight to what some leading employers look for when they are on a hiring spree.

Logic Vs Emotion: What would you use in an interview?

Logic continues to surpass academic merit tweaking interview situation.

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