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BUSINESS AND ECONOMY - COVER FEATURE
21/09/2006
Noam Chomsky
A few weeks of war & an eternity of hatred
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Toni Straka
Boom or Bust:“In Gold We Trust”!
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Jeffrey Sachs
Beware the leader who bangs the drums of war
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The 21st Century Caravan

What is common between Lalu Prasad Yadav, Ratan Tata and C. Y. Gopinath? The first one is a hard-core politician busy re-inventing himself as a transformational CEO. The second is busy changing the venerated Tata group into a multinational conglomerate...Read More...

Business and Economy -21 September 2006
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ScrutinyGeorge Am’Bush Jr...

Incidentally, whenever President Bush assertively claims or loads his speeches with his trademark ‘adjectives’, it invariably calls for a detailed scrutiny, for obvious reasons.
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PolicyComfortably Numb

It seems everybody is on something these days. When they want to go to the movies zonked, when there’s an exam to pass, when they want to immerse their father’s ashes
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PoliticsThak ‘sins again...court’ing disaster

Thaksin Shinawatra, Prime Minister of Thailand, is on a rampage. He has amended constitution to suit him, virtually broken all the rules.
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CountryPremie Sverige

Yet another Nordic country with classic Scandinavian beauty, Sweden is referred to as the last wilderness in Europe. Famously known as the land of the midnight sun .
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  Editorial - 21/09/2006


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
The Monsoon Session is over! Hoorah, only 2 new Bills passed!

It was almost inevitable – abusive language and fisticuffs entering the Indian Parliament. In a first of its kind, Parliament’s Monsoon Session saw distinguished members from Bihar exchanging blows with each other. Oh yes, when the august Parliamentarians had time for other less important things to do, they passed Bills. There were 55 pending Bills proposed to be placed before.Read More...

 
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