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BUSINESS AND ECONOMY - COVER FEATURE
08/02/2007
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
To err is human... Mending it too is!!!
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Joseph Stiglitz
Will the illogical dam
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Thomas Friedman
You can’t leave the land, and... you can’t even stay!-
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The Corporate Beggars

Back in the good old (or bad old) days, it used to happen like this. Subjects would approach the palace of a king and ring a bell. Depending on his mood and the antics of his myriad concubines, the king would dole out favours to his subjects: The gift of land....Read More...

Business and Economy - 16 November  2006
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ScrutinyPre-emptive action – genesis!

The almost closed entity of Indian Ocean might appear as an isolated geographical entity but is witnessing the complex geo-political relations. US, as the prime player.
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PolicySEZ LOOT ACT

“2005” – a landmark year for land grabbers; for that is the year when the National Land Loot Act was passed by the government... Some people down South Bloc also refer..
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PoliticsThey’re due for ‘Micro’credit!

One would find it hard to believe that this is the country of Nobel laureate Dr. Muhammad Yunus, who set benchmarks in rural development with his micro-credit initiatives.
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CountryCHILE torres del opportunity

The awe-striking panorama of peaks and lakes! A rich and colorful history and culture. The Lake District, the Torres del Paine (The Towers of Paine) and the Pantagonia.
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  Editorial - 08/02/2007


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
Where is India’s Ralph Nader?

One issue that proponents of unabashedly market friendly policies never fail to tom-tom relates to consumer choice. You get to hear horror stories of how one had to wait for at least three to five years to be able to buy a Bajaj scooter or get a telephone connection installed. You then hear chest-thumping tales about how economic reforms...Read More...

 
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