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BUSINESS AND ECONOMY - COVER FEATURE
19/10/2006
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
A firm should exist
for the society... Bah!
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Noam Chomsky
Lat(e)in America? Yes, by five centuries...
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Sourav Chatterjee
I came, I saw, and I copy-pasted!
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...bole to Bollywood Box Office Bonanza

In the dark of his study, the scraggy genius Sergio Leone sits wondering how he would pull this one off. He switches the lights off, and broods. From the storm of his thoughts, fifteen minutes later, emerges one of the finest opening lines in movie history: “Where life had no ....Read More...

Business and Economy -19 October 2006
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ScrutinyTry reading this, George!

President George Bush’s speech in North Glen Elementary School on January 2006 – “I think the No Child Left Behind Act is one of the most significant accomplishments in education
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PolicyThis Is Not The Way HOME

In India, the traffic police still lack the authority to register and investigate road accidents. In case of an accident, it is the non-traffic police who are expected to look into it.
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Politics
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PoliticsNeighbours’ envy, Abe’s pride

He carries a huge burden of expectations on his shoulders. At 52, Shinzo Abe may be the youngest prime minister in post-World war Japan’s history, but he doesn’t
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CountryResurgent Philippines

Land of the morning, child of the sun returning, with fervor burning...” the intensity of these words of the national anthem of Philippines is truly reflected in President .
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  Editorial -19/10/2006


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
Self-inflicted energy crisis

One of the most persistent, perverted and pernicious myths that are peddled as gospel in India is one that claims that India’s energy security is dependent upon external factors and that there is nothing much that Indian policy makers can do about it. So when oil prices go below $60 a barrel – as they have done now – India’s energy scenario suddenly looks brighter Read More...

 
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