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08/09/2005
Sean Corrigan
A dissent to your dissent, Mr. Landis
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Business in Maple land
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Do they need REGULATION?

It was quite a sight to behold for Mumbai residents watching television, after rampaging floods had disconnected electricity from suburban areas for more than five days. Here was Anil Ambani in flesh and blood, apologising to consumers for the disruption in power supplies and ...Read More...

Business and Economy - 08  September 2005
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ScrutinyDestruction authorities

The Prime Minister’s call for “urban renewal” as a part of his independence day speech was an urgent imperative. Blatant corruption, gross mismanagement
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PolicyGuaranteeing corruption!

If you believe Rajiv Gandhi, then the floodgates of money have been opened up for corrupt politicians, officials and contractors all over India. The new Rural Employment
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PoliticsA modern day Kautilya

All the classics on India have been written by men who have never visited India – Mill, Marx and Max Mueller,” is one of the many witty one-liners that this backroom
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CountryBusiness in Maple land

From physical beauty to world class-cities, Canada is globally acclaimed for its outstanding quality of life and stable political environment. Due to these factors, Canada
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  Editorial - 08/09/2005


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
Al-Amin way: The real alternative to reservations

The Supreme Court is angry. It’s decisions are being politically challenged. After all, this time around it gave a correct decision on an issue that has for long been used by scheming politicians for garnering votes (remember V.P. Singh and the Mandal Commission?). While education institutes had to change their course ..Read More...

 
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