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04/05/2006
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
The transition from co-worker to boss
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Noam Chomsky
Now a rogue state, and now a failed state...
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Paul Krugman
Great campaign guys! Time for an encore...
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Even as these fundamental changes were sweeping across the Indian economy in the 1990s, the IT sector literally came up from nowhere and captured the global imagination. The turning point ...Read More...

Business and Economy -04 Mayl 2006
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ScrutinyA comprehensive ‘white’wash

Christopher Columbus’ dream has now received the shape of reality. Invading whites have become “natives” and the rest, including the African Americans, originally brought into
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PolicyKnock out!

Even a woodpecker might feel jealous. For nearly two decades, Hamaara Bajaj has been trying desperately to knock down Hero Honda’s leadership in the bike segment.
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PoliticsIt’s the latest ‘podcast’ing coup!

And the Emmy award for the best podcast goes to... Yes, you heard it right! Even the National Academy Arts & Sciences, this April, has decided to embrace the growing phenomenon
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CountryNew Zeal and Old world charm

The Investment Promotion Agency of New Zealand aims at luring further investment into sectors like IT, hotel & restaurant equipment, telecommunications, tourism and food processing
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  Editorial - 04/05/2006


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
Empower them. Give them education. Not reservation.

During my childhood, stories of the manner in which feudal upper caste Indians treated their lower caste brethren - the Dalits, Harijans or backward castes (depending upon how politically correct you are) - used to make my blood boil just like the stories of how Americans treated the African Americans or blacks (depending on..Read More...

 
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