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"सेल्स का तड़का" हिंदी भाषा में बिक्री पर सूचनात्मक पॉडकास्ट है। आप इसकी बी 2 बी या बी 2 सी बिक्री के बारे में सब कुछ जानेंगे। यह पॉडकास्ट उद्योग के प्रतिष्ठित मेहमानों का साक्षात्कार करेगा, जिसमें उन्होंने यह समझा होगा कि उन्होंने इसे बिक्री करियर में कैसे बनाया, कैसे वे प्रतिकूल परिस्थितियों और सफलता के लिए अपने मंत्र के साथ आगे बढ़ते हैं, जो हमें बिक्री और बिक्री प्रबंधन पर अधिक अंतर्दृष्टि प्राप्त करने में मदद करेगा।"सेल्स का तड़का" न केवल आपको अपने कौशल को सुधारने में मदद करेगा, बल्कि ब ...
 
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I have taken this interview as a daughter from a father asking him to share his learnings and wisdom for the newer generation to come. My father, a retired development officer of LIC has been a kind of idol for not only me but many other people in the small city named Sitamarhi in Bihar. He is well known for his generosity and helping nature. I wou…
 
India’s connection with groundwater is recorded as far back as the Indus Valley Civilisation. What are the consequences of relying on groundwater? How can over-extraction of groundwater resources be contained? What role can you play in water conservation? We discuss all these questions and more in this episode with S Vishwanath (@zenrainman), the u…
 
The horse has been so central to human civilisation that the history of this majestic animal alone reveals a lot about our own past. So in this episode, Yashaswini Chandra, author of the new book The Tale of the Horse: A History of India on Horseback gives a masterclass on the history of horses in India. घोडा - इस जानवर का भारतीय संस्कृति से गहरा न…
 
In this #By2, Saurabh and Pranay discuss the ongoing case in the Supreme Court on increasing the reservation cap beyond 50% and the role of universities in society. In the #KBP section, they discuss listener questions. इस #By2 में पुलियाबाज़ी आरक्षण पर चल रहे सुप्रीम कोर्ट केस पर, और एक समाज में विश्वविद्यालय के मक़सद पर। इसके अलावा चर्चा श्रोताओं के…
 
How has the retail sector sector evolved in India? Why does India have so many small shops? How is technology impacting retail trade? How did the concept of “Sachetisation” come about? We discuss these questions and more in this deepdive on Indian retail with go-to market strategy consultant, Amit Mittal, who is also an ardent Puliyabaazi listener.…
 
Deborah Stone in her textbook Policy Paradox, describes the paradox of distribution thus: “equality often means inequality, and equal treatment often means unequal treatment. The same distribution may look equal or unequal, depending on where you focus.” So in this #By2 episode, Saurabh and Pranay discuss affirmative action and the paradox of distr…
 
Mukti Jha has received Sita Devi award recently for her her Madhubani art and she has been training the art to the women of villages to empower them and make them financially independent. Listen to Mukti Jha if you are a lover of mithila, maithili or Madhubani art.द्वारा Anupam Mishra
 
Pushpalata Jha is a self made woman of India who started as a teacher, established her own school and now she is a principal of Shana International school in Bikaner which follows the tradition of Gurukul. Despite living away from Mithila, she reserves the core culture and value of Mithila and has a special place in heart for her mother land. Liste…
 
In the past, India has played a significant role in mediating peace in conflicts involving major powers. However, this zeal has waned over the last few decades. In this episode, Raja Karthikeya, who has worked on several peace issues in West Asia, argues that India must revive the peace mediation agenda for its own national interest. He dispels com…
 
In the next #By2 series, Saurabh and Pranay discuss three things. One, a solution for changing incentives of government companies without an outright sale of all assets. Two, the absolute joy of seeing and hearing Mars courtesy NASA’s Perseverance. And three, why mandatory corporate social responsibility provisions are counterproductive. इस एपिसोड …
 
डॉक्टर अच्युता आनंद झा एक सुदृढ़ परिवार सॅ छथि। अपन परिवार और समाज के लेल पूर्ण रूप स समर्पित डॉक्टर साहब अपन जीवन के किछ बेहतरीन सीख के हमारा सब के संगे अहि मंच पर साझा केलैथ है। उम्मीद अछि कि अपने सब गोते के हुनका सुने में बहुत आनंद हैत और जीवन के सही मायने भी समझ में आयत। अपना लोगन से अनुरोध अछि कि एक बेर एकरा जरूर सुनु और अगर बढ़िया लागल ता अपन स…
 
Well-known journalist, author, and entrepreneur Chandran Bhan Prasad (@cbhanp) is on Puliyabaazi to discuss his latest book What is Ambedkarism?. Mr Prasad makes a case for capitalism as a way for achieving Dalit empowerment. In this episode, we also discuss Ambedkar’s ideas on dalit politics and economics. इस एपिसोड में हमने चर्चा की प्रसिद्ध पत्र…
 
अपना सब लोकैन के हम हृदय सा अभिनन्दन करैत छी! मां जानकी और अपन सब गोटे के आशीर्वाद सा मिथिला मन मन्दिर स ई एकटा प्रोग्राम के शुरुआत केलऊँ हैं। उम्मीद अछि कि अपना लोकनि के सुने में आनन्द भी आयात और बहुत किछ सीखय लेल भी भेटत। आइ के पहिल एपिसोड में छथि " सखी बहिनपा" के संस्थापक आरती झा जी जे अपन radiologist पति और परिवार के साथ नेपाल में बसल छथि। मुदा…
 
Last few days witnessed two significant moves by radically networked societies. Retail investors rallied around a stock to take on a hedge fund management company in the US. Meanwhile, tweets by US celebrities on the ongoing farmer protests in northern India put the government on the defensive. So in the #By2, Pranay and Saurabh discuss how radical…
 
Economist Ronald Coase said that “If you torture the data long enough, it will confess.” With data being used in narratives all around us, this quote has never been more salient. So in this episode, Karthik Shashidhar (@karthiks) returns to Puliyabaazi to discuss some common pitfalls of data analysis and how to avoid them. आंकड़ों का सहारा लेकर कई स…
 
WhatsApp’s change in privacy policy attracted a lot of attention over the last couple of weeks. While some people migrated to Signal, most others ended up with all three -- WhatsApp, Telegram, and Signal -- on their phones. So in this #By2 episode, we discuss the narratives surrounding privacy in India. We also discuss if mandating interoperability…
 
Contrary to some notions that the Indian Constitution is as an elitist document far removed from the Indian populace, the document in fact profoundly transformed everyday life of ordinary Indians, in mostly desirable and sometimes unintended ways. In this episode, Pranay and Saurabh speak to Rohit De (@itihaasnaama) — author of A People’s Constitut…
 
In the first Puliyabaazi #By2 episode, Saurabh and Pranay take stock of the state of agriculture in India. Saurabh talks about his encounters with agricultural markets and horticulture farming in Karnataka. In the second section of the podcast, the hosts respond to listener questions. पुलियाबाज़ी #By2 श्रृंखला के पहले अंक में सौरभ और प्रणय एक बार फि…
 
After years of dilly-dallying, 2020 was the year when many states started working together to take on a common challenge: China. One such formation is the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad). Though established in 2008, it’s only over the last couple of years that the grouping has started engaging more fruitfully. In this puliyabaazi, Indrani Ba…
 
Narratives are all around us. Whether it's policy, politics, or the economy, the stories we tell and listen matter. In this Puliyabaazi, we discuss why narratives have the power to make the unreal real with economic historian and assistant professor at IIM Bangalore, Prateek Raj (@PrateekRaj_). आजकल “नैरेटिव” का बोलबाला है. हर कोई नए तरीकों से कहान…
 
What do the recent changes in agricultural laws mean for farmers? Will these changes unshackle the agricultural sector or do the problems lie elsewhere? We discuss these questions and more with Gunwant Patil, leader of the Shetkari Sangathana Movement and a farmer himself. आजकल चल रहे कृषि आंदोलन के क्या कारण है? क्या यह कानून कृषि क्षेत्र में समृद…
 
In this second and final episode on India’s banking system, we pick up some more interesting strands of India’s monetary history. We are joined again by Amol Agrawal (@mostlyeconomics), Assistant Professor at Amrut Mody School of Management, Ahmedabad University. In episode #75, Amol began with the Hundi system in India and ended at the nationalisa…
 
In this episode, political scientist and economic historian Rohit Chandra (@rohitreads) gives an account of business-state relations in India over the last two decades. In this wide-ranging conversation, we discuss trends of market concentration since 2014, the state of public sector units, small businesses, and the state of banking among other thi…
 
What’s the history of banking in India? Do bank deposits lead to bank loans or is it the other way around? Why did coastal Karnataka spring up so many private banks? In this episode, Amol Agrawal (@mostlyeconomics), Assistant Professor at Amrut Mody School of Management, Ahmedabad University, gives us a tour de force of the history of banking in In…
 
Even today, India’s armed forces largely conduct their operations in silos. It is for this reason that the Chief of Defence Staff position was created and specifically mandated to create integrated theatre commands that would allow systematic cooperation of all three forces in large numbers during war. So in this Puliyabaazi, we are joined by Lt Ge…
 
It’s rare to find a narration of earthshaking political events by a commoner of those times. That’s precisely why Vishnu Bhat Godse Varsaikar’s Maazaa Pravaas is special. This book provides an eyewitness account of the 1857 mutiny. In this puliyabaazi, we discuss a few counter-intuitive and lesser-known facts from that era based on Varsaikar’s acco…
 
Indian governments run hundreds of policies in the name of social protection. Given the adverse economic impact of COVID-19, the focus is back on these policies to provide some relief to the worst-affected. So this episode is all about understanding social protection policies better. Joining us is Saksham Khosla (@khoslasaksham), Associate Consulta…
 
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