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26/01/2006
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
The incredibly shrinking bonus!
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Joseph Stiglitz
Happy New Year! We surely need those wishes
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Jeffrey Sachs
The global financial conundrum: Corruption
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Manipulated, cheated, betrayed

If accounting sleight of hands could work magic, India would be the world’s hottest destination for FDI, for the next hundred years. Tired of being lampooned for low FDI inflows, very innocuously, one fine morning in May 2002, the Union Government constituted ...Read More...

Business and Economy - 26 January 2006
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ScrutinyGeorge, how’d you miss ‘em out?

Washington propaganda seems to be always in frenzy. Sometime back, it was ‘global terrorist’ Osama, then ‘global dictator’ Saddam and now the ever growing propaganda
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PolicyPopulation Explosion : Fearing an illusory doom

When the 74 year old RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) Chief, K. S. Sudarshan, in his November 17 sermon, urged Hindu couples to bear “at least three children
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PoliticsMorales’ morals

The victory of left of center Evo Morales in the Bolivian presidential elections last month sees the year 2006 starting with another shot in the arm for the socialist block
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CountryFORZA L'ITALIA!!!

Mona Lisa! The world’s most famous – and some say, the costliest – painting, currently displayed at Louvre in France, actually has an Italian legacy. The painter, but of course .
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  Editorial - 26/01/2006


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
Dated thoughts, rigging & a ration card scam. Is it the beginning of the end for the leftists?

Unlike being the liberal intellectual with a ‘political vision’ that many expected him to possess (till one saw less of him), over the last few months (as one saw ‘too much’ of him), Prakash Karat seemed hell bent on proving his detractors right – by constantly being on the left (wrong) side of public opinion. Not that intellectuals ..Read More...

 
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