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20/04/2006
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
Do you have the guts to ignore your guts?
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Jean-Pierre Garbani
Attack of the penguins begins! Who’ll save M’soft?
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Thomas L. Friedman
‘Do you want to know what Tehran prays for?
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Justice is Dead how to resurrect it

Can Caesar’s wife be holier than thou when Rome is riddled with governance that rivals the most incestuous excesses of Caligula; or when the maggots of corruption, networking, connivance, coercion and feudalism gnaw away at the very foundations of a modern society? ...Read More...

Business and Economy -20 April 2006
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ScrutinyNow, de‘men’ted e‘man’cipation!

The nation, which touts itself to be the champion of women’s liberalisation, is yet to produce a leader who can justify such declarations made about the female gender
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PolicyDo unto mothers, as mothers...

This one could not have made headlines the way Mittal’s Arcelor bid did; as both companies are ‘Western’ here! But the fact is that the Alcatel and Lucent merger talks have
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PoliticsHey, this woman’s not my wife!!

Ascenario that could well be true in your own family – 3.6 million US households reported being victims of identity theft from June to December 2004 (according to a US Department
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CountryEnter The Dragon

Someone has rightly said, “If it exists in the West, it came from the East.” One of the oldest civilisations with a history going back more than 4,000 years in black and white.
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  Editorial - 20/04/2006


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
Beat up all the Gandhians & make truce with the violence mongers – that’s Mahatma Gandhi’s India for you!

Violent revolutions – as Marx put it – or violent movements or plain violence; history is proof to the fact that what succeeded worldwide as a mode of change and evolution (be it in France, America, Russia or China) failed in India. The great freedom fighter and revolutionary Subhash Chandra Bose, defeated Gandhi’s own ..Read More...

 
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