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25/08/2005
Sean Corrigan
A ‘Gross’ error of judgment this time
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Thomas Friedman
‘Phone’y connections: Welcome to New York
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Mai Yamani
King Fahad is dead. Let not Saudi Arabia
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For A Few Dollars More

You could call it the difference between temerity and timidity,” says Richard D’Aveni, Professor of Strategic Management at the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College. He is referring to the essential difference between Indian and Chinese companies when it comes to looking ...Read More...

Business and Economy - 25  August 2005
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ScrutinyCrisis: An anti-thesis

The active advocates in mainstream media run commentaries on how myriad political, economic, social and natural crises have held India back from realising
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PolicyWe won’t nuke nobody, Sir!

George Bush, in the latter half of July, formally announced and committed his support to “help India gain access to civilian nuclear technology.” India has been given
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PoliticsReturn of the Jedi

What are political leaders expected to do when a natural or manmade disaster strikes in India? Simple: Take a chopper ride for an aerial view with a few acolytes in tow
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CountryThe Samurai Strikes Back

apan is a country that symbolises humility, teamwork and mutual respect. The custom of bowing outshines all other cultures in the world. Words like the atomic bomb.
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  Editorial - 25/08/2005


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
Dislike Bush. Love Marx. Globalise Gandhi.

Every, simply every Indian, Pakistani or Bangladeshi residing in America I happen to meet, seems to dislike Bush. My friend from IIPM, who at one time loved staying in the intellectual capital of the world – Boston – today feels “definitely alienated” as a brown in America. “We are always being looked at with suspicion ..Read More...

 
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