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Political jostling and jockeying to try and go one up and a peculiar dependence on bureacrats has badly hobbled the administration of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. This can spell bad news for the Congress in 2014 and for India right now ... Read More...

Business and Economy - 19 August 2010
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ScrutinyWhy Osama will be...!

Since when did deregulating oil prices become a sensible step towards boosting economic growth? Did we miss some lectures during graduation or were we altogether in the wrong Sheldonian ....Read More...
PanacheHari Sadus can take a hike!

There is good news for the bullied. In a recent initiative by the Workplace Bullying Institute (WBI), the New York Senate gave its preliminary nod to the Healthy Workplace Bill aimed at giving respite to victims ...Read More...
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SectorResurrecting the Indian pharma growth saga

Ever since the growth models of the 1990s began to elude the big guns of Indian pharma, a sordid phase of consolidation seems to have set in; raising fears of total disaster for the players. However.... Read More...
HipshotHow long will Yahoo! survive?

Sixty-one year-old Carol Bartz, the CEO & President of Yahoo! Inc. is a Texas Tower. Hard to ignore, she has been an exemplar of success, personally & professionally. Having seen a tough childhood ....Read More...
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  Editorial - 19/08/2010
Sutanu Guru
Time for a New Look Cabinet

The manner in which the chattering class is reacting to the massive corruption that is being unearthed in the run up to the Common‘wealth’ Games can be described in two ways: it is either charmingly naïve or disarmingly sanctimonious. Either ways, we again hear clarion calls from all and sundry
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Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri
IN THE INSURANCE IMBROGLIO, THE COMMON MAN IS THE SCAPEGOAT AGAIN!

Since the past two weeks, insurance companies proffering health insurance (18 major ones, including four public sector entities) have announced their decision to discontinue the cashless facility. Their argument – the bills from the bigger hospitals are inflated, which in turn is hitting their bottom lines!... Read More...
   
   
 
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