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17/11/2005
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
The star spangled banner of capitalism
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Thomas Friedman
Finally! Podcasting their way to emancipation
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Robin Blackburn
For the sake of argument, ‘em others who love him
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The new telecom war

It must have been providence at work, that forced Arun Sarin (the India born chief executive officer of European telecommunications giant, Vodafone Plc.), to sacrifice his passion for flying, at the altar of maternal paranoia. Having put up with a husband in the Indian military, Ramilla Sarin ...Read More...

Business and Economy - 17 November 2005
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ScrutinyPrisoner’s dilemma

Statistics corroborate that most of the jails in India are in ramshackle states, herding 1.5 times more inmates than their capacity. For instance, the capacity of jails in .
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PolicyThe language of terror returns

This is one Diwali shopping trip that residents of Delhi would not have thought of even in their worst nightmares. They went out shopping and were gifted diabolical
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PoliticsAn eon to get an onion

t has the power to turn tables. In 1998, it led to re-elections in various states and to the consecutive downfall of BJP. That time around, the Congress had made
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CountryThe trillion dollar economy

And that lamp is waiting to be lit once again for the illumination of the East.” Decades back, Rabindranath Tagore described Korea (then undivided) as one of the lamp bearers .
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  Editorial - 17/11/2005


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
India needs a hardliner?

When Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad in October gave the call for Israel to be “wiped off the (world’s) map,” the world, rightly so, erupted in protest (and I do hope that the protests will be similar if America were to give a similar call for wiping out Iran tomorrow). EU condemned the statement vociferously, so did Russia ..Read More...

 
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