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The sound of the auctioneer’s hammer gets fainter by the day on Kolkata’s Russel Street. The charm of the city’s old-world auction houses is slowly giving way to the vicious truth of their perilous existence

Turn, Turn, Turn: A Time To Kill, A Time To Heal
2014 gave Asia hope in terms of its economic progress and clear political verdicts but it was also a time to mourn and a time for despair

Asia’s Most Promising 150 Brands of The Year

Mountains Calling
WCRC Leaders Asia editor-in-chief Abhimanyu Ghosh gets up, close and personal with Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, as the veteran leader outlines his vision to turn the state into a magnet for industries but not at the cost of the environment

Death of the ‘Bollywood’ journalist
Stories are either planted by PR agents or they are paid for