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Guilty Until Proven Innocent

If the title of this article confused you about the common law principle of the presumption of innocence and had you pondering on what in fact is the correct legal position, then you’re not alone. By no means does one question the reader’s intelligence. On the contrary, my fellow ‘mango people’ are perceptive, intuitive and … Continue reading

The Tale of Retail

Retail comes from the French word “tailer,” which means to ‘cut-off’, ‘shred’ and ‘divide’. Who would have imagined this 15th century definition would have significance even today, when the Indian Government announced its decision to overhaul the retail sector and finally permit Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Multi-Brand Retail (MBR). But those meanings continue to … Continue reading