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BUSINESS AND ECONOMY - COVER FEATURE
12/08/2005
Noam Chomsky
The world of dictatorial capitalism
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Jeffrey Sachs
Can’t Nuke them Iraqis Mr. Bush, or would you?
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Joseph Stiglitz
The end of the beginning of ending poverty
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Paralysed Parliament

Who said India’s elected representatives cannot act with alacrity, speed and zeal when it comes to passing laws and crafting policies that affect the nation’s future? The year 2002 witnessed a dramatic exposition of how the Indian Parliament can act with decisive speed ...Read More...

Business and Economy - 12  August 2005
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ScrutinyMicro yes, macro no

There is something bizarre about the Indian economy. The progress rate of social indicators like literacy, health and poverty has been quite low, irrespective of the
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PolicyCompletely sold out!

One month ago, B&E had foretold in a story that India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will face virtually a Hobson’s choice when he travels to Washington in mid-July
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PoliticsApparatchik number one

n the cauldron of Indian politics, well educated apparatchiks are usually ‘outsiders’ making insignificant noises from the sidelines. In modern day coalition politics
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CountryKingdom of opulence

The country of the stiff upper lip, the United Kingdom, has put up a brave front in the face of terror; it’s almost a déjà vu of German air attacks on London during
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  Editorial - 12/08/2005


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
The Chinese success is no miracle

Every time an Asian country starts making its presence felt in the global markets, there is a tendency to call it a miracle. First it was the Japanese miracle, then the Korean miracle and now it’s the Chinese miracle. Terming it a miracle is an escapist route to remaining ignorant. How can it be a miracle that first IBM’s ..Read More...

 
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