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18/05/2006
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
Grrr! The big friendly beast from Arkansas!.
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Paul Krugman
They think it’s a puzzle; I think it’s balderdash!
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Jean-Pierre Garbani
Look Mom, no wires! The digital future...t...
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Long Live World Trade

No wonder, the so called Doha round is endlessly stuck and the WTO looks like a referee in a boxing match that is reeling under punches delivered to it by both the combatants. No wonder, desperately poor countries from Africa, Asia and Latin America hunt for the Holy Grail of Free Trade ...Read More...

Business and Economy -18 Mayl 2006
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Scrutiny Stratagem
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ScrutinyUS hegemony revisited

There are two sets of laws – Kautilya, ancient India’s most recognised political theorist, prophesied almost 2,300 years back in Arthashashtra, “one for the mighty and the other
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PolicyA whiff of eau de cologne

In reality, the toughest task for Mittal, as had been forecasted & analysed previously by B&E (February 10-23, 2006) would still be appeasing the government
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Technology
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PoliticsMénage à trois: The co-opetitors.

With the official release of the ‘Boot Camp’ software, Apple, one of the High Priests of computing, has silently given approval to boot Windows on their Mac. This is major
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CountryGoede oud Netherlands

Dutch MNCs have established a strong foothold in almost every country. The list includes Unilever, Philips Electronics, ABN Amro, Ikea, ING Group and Fortis. Energy giants like
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  Editorial - 18/05/2006


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
In West Bengal, rigging is becoming a thing of past; And it’s good news for the Left front!

However, what our polls also show is that though with much lesser votes, yet it’s most likely that the Left front will come back to power (unless in the last two phases, people really stop voting for the Congress as the word of mouth spreads of a real possibility of Trinamool making it). And that is an incredible achievement for the Leftists..Read More...

 
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