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Democratic Republic Of Work

The corporate workforce in India is young and wants more freedom in work.

This column is not a commentary on upcoming elections, or an attempt to be a political expert. This is what the young workforce of India is asking from the business leaders of today. And considering that we are talking about the "Born free" generation that believes in the power of DIY technologies, this shouldn't be shocking. So, what does the Democratic Republic of Work mean and

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