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Issue 05/03/2009
Noam Chomsky
Sir, just in case you forgot, you are the only President!
Thomas L. Friedman
New Delhi to Chennai: An odyssey to remember
Maureen Dowd
Together we resolve that we’ll agree to disagree...

Tata’s CATCH 65

For analysts looking at the latest quarterly reports and the share prices on the bourses, TCS, Tata Motors and Tata Steel’s are surely counters that will be closely monitored. All three companies will bid adieu to their current CEOs and there is already a lot of gossip, speculation and even cold blooded analysis of who will be the lucky (?) successors (See subsequent stories & columns). Read More...

Business and Economy - 5 March 2009
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Imagine Warren Buffett riding away on a Harley-Davidson bike... Imagine... Yes, curse our imaginations, for all we care, but actually, the likes of Warren Buffett are taking quite a liking to the mean...Read More...
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  Editorial - 05/03/2009

Sutanu Guru

Get set for the 16th Lok Sabha polls

Most religions thrive on miracles. In India, it is a miracle that Indian democracy itself thrives on miracles; rather perhaps it is a miracle that Indian democracy survives and thrives despite the political system and politicians. As the nation gears up for the Lok Sabha elections, you don’t need to be a pundit to realise that the polity and voters are hopelessly fragmented.
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