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BUSINESS AND ECONOMY - COVER FEATURE
10/08/2006
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
Let’s purge ourselves of our ‘India’phobia!
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Nicholas D. Kristof
Is Israel sounding its own death knell?
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Joseph Stiglitz
We want everything you cannot provide!...
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Santa Claus ECONOMICS

Money may not be able to buy love. But the UPA government appears convinced that it can buy enough votes to propel the precariously perched present regime into a second term at the Centre. A few days after the bomb blasts in Mumbai shook the nation, the Union ....Read More...

Business and Economy -10 Aug 2006
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ScrutinyRape/Kill @ $1600!

For the US administration, it has always made a politico-economic sense to bomb nations, but ironically, it has never made sense to them when it comes to duly .
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PolicyIron gloves, velvet fists

One of the more persistent debates in the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) is on the intelligence levels of Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil. For over a year, the Communist parties.
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PoliticsTony, heard about Clint Eastwood?

‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. Fortunately or unfortunately, the labour party in the UK has sported all the three characters in an absolutely
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CountryThe blooming ‘Desert Rose’

A s a home to the sacred cities of Mecca and Medina (visited by millions of Muslims every year), the religious significance of Saudi Arabia doesn’t require any introduction to the .
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  Editorial - 10/08/2006


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
The CORPORATE caricature that India Inc. should enjoy... and ignore!

As a mainstream masala film, there is very less wrong with Madhur Bhandarkar’s latest film – Corporate. Going by the trade figures, the film is doing good business. Film critics (obviously not very initiated with the corporate culture) have given good reviews, too! However, India Inc. is not too happy with the film, it seems.Read More...

 
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