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20/10/2005
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
Winning: A blind penchant
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Naomi Klein
Why can’t the homeless have bourbon street?
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Thomas Friedman
Reconstructing Iraqi mindset
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The Avian Pandemic

The year was 1997; the world shivering with anticipation about how China would handle the takeover of Hong Kong. As pundits debated the future of free wheeling Hong Kong under the authoritarian thumb of the Red Dragon, a lonely goose in the Guangdong province ...Read More...

Business and Economy - 20 October 2005
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ScrutinyLet go the SSI

From the era of ‘Nayak committee’ (1991-92) to ‘Comprehensive Policy Package’ (2000), the list of exemptions and privileges to Small Scale Industry (SSI) units have
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PolicyIt’s answer time now...

Two recent judicial orders emanating from Tamil Nadu have once again highlighted the controversial and deeply unpopular character of the Fringe Benefit Tax
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PoliticsThe man from Marathawada

If a man is known by the company he keeps, Sharad Pawar is better known for his rivalries with the giants. And this David has proved that he can take on any Goliath
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CountryThe Eagle is landing

This is one country that never goes out of news. If the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts recede into the background for a few days, a scandal involving Michael Jackson titillates
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  Editorial - 20/10/2005


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
It’s not US vs. Iran. The real war is between the Dollar and the Euro

For years, Americans have had it very easy. As a result of the dollar being the universally accepted form of international currency, the US made merry at the cost of the rest of the world. While countries like India craveds for dollars and had to give products against the dollar, America could simply print paper ..Read More...

 
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