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Issue 26/11/2009
Noam Chomsky
Winning the wars and losing the peace?...
Anders Eldrup
A crisis is a great teacher, but why wait for one?...Read More...
Michael Meyere
A ‘botch’ that history very well deserved ...

Freedom for the famished farmer

More than 40 years ago, about a quarter of a million Indians died of starvation during the last Great Famine of 1965-67 when the rain gods played a cruel joke on the nation’s farmers. This despite India going out with a begging bowl to seek food aid from countries like the United States... Read More...

Business and Economy - 26 November 2009
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Scrutiny Panache
ScrutinyCash flows in a flat world

According to the World Bank, Congo, Liberia and Burundi are the three poorest nations of the world on the basis of their per capita GDP (purchasing power parity) ranking.... Read More...
PanacheAn Italian hamlet

Stretching over 50 km along the southern side of the Sorrentine Peninsula, the Amalfi Coast is one of the most intriguing coastlines in Europe. ...Read More...
Finance4learning$ from the life of a vampire $quid

“The world's most powerful investment bank is a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money!”.. Read More...
PolicyA well won bet...with a shallow prize

Sometimes, the difference between an ordinary life and a life of purpose can be a well won bet, especially when we look at the life of Renault founder and automotive genius Louis Renault...Read More...
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  Editorial - 26/11/2009

arindam chaudhur

As I look back, over the years, I realise that I’ve ventured far away from what I started my career with... I was supposed to be this management teacher whose passion lay in the areas of leadership and motivation.However, with time, especially after I wrote ‘The Great Indian Dream’ with my father,...Read More...

Sutanu Guru
All Hail India’s Great Banana Democracy!

Some recent developments have now led me to wonder about the state of Indian democracy. A school student is taught that a functional and successful democracy rests on four pillars – executive, legislature, judiciary and the fourth estate (media).
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