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27/07/2006
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
When your ship's sinking, become a rat!
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Toni Straka
Bush makes Hitler look like St.Peter!
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Jean-Pierre Garbani
Katz got your tongue! True patent lies...
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Rs 10,000 cr commodities SCAM

Dheer Singh Patel, a farmer in Madhya Pradesh, could not make money despite having a better harvest of Arhar dal this year because there was a glut in the market. Surendra Dhyani, a trader in wholesale grains market in Khari Baoli, Delhi, sold his stocks at much lower prices than last year...Read More...

Business and Economy -27 July 2006
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ScrutinyThe death trap!

The American socio-economic milieu is in a wreck & deteriorating with each passing year. All thanks to the master craftsman – President Bush – and his administrators
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Policy‘War-epidemic’ spreads!

Malvinder Singh, CMD, Ranbaxy, his brother Shivender Singh, MD, Fortis HealthCare and their uncle Analjit Singh, founder, Max India Ltd. are leading prestigious
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PoliticsHey, Check(me)out at Google!

The online payment industry is on a roller coaster ride and everyone, including merchants, consumers and banks, is contributing to its revenues. In US alone, this industry
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CountryMalaysia A portal to Asia

Famously known as Svarnadvipa (Island of Gold), Malaysia has been often referred to as the land of immense wealth and prosperity. And why not, for the golden economy .
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  Editorial - 27/07/2006


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
Economic equality: The only way to avoid another 7/11

Terrorists have again ripped through Bombay today, and as I write this editorial, the death count is constantly increasing. When I called up one of my Bombay heads to find out if all was well, she started howling suddenly – since on the office TV, she had just that moment seen horrific images... it could’ve been her or anyone.Read More...

 
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