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28/12/2006
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
Wait to perform, and you’ll wait forever...
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Marc Faber
Riding the crest of the ‘liquidity’ wave...
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Paul Krugman
Just how many more lives, Mr. President?
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Why WAL-MART will fail in INDIA

You could say he was the first ardent proponent of globalisation. More than 2,000 years ago, Alexander the Great conquered vast swathes of territory across much of the then ‘known’ world and reached the outer perimeters of India. He even defeated an Indian king, Porus, in territory that is now known as Afghanistan....Read More...

Business and Economy - 16 November  2006
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ScrutinyIf not global warming...

It may not be very long before Africa is completely erased from the World Atlas. If the effects of unending poverty, AIDS & war destroyed almost everything, then global
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PolicyThe shame of growth

Of course, this treatise is about the ramifications of India’s growth on sectors across India’s expanse, but this treatise is also about the hollowness of such growth, if it doesn’t
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PoliticsJumping from frying pan to fire...

the scenes during the anti-government protests in Beirut were reminiscent of the fall of Ottoman empire – roads blocked by furious people and the leader kept prisoner in his
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CountryHungary Raising the curtains

The legendary Hungarian hospitality has over the decades drawn connoisseurs to its heritage of pristine architecture and stunning scenic beauty. With a galore of historical artefacts ranging from ancient Roman ruins to .
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Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
It is not long before we fail to compete with Myanmar, Macau...

1974 was the year when China participated in the Asian Games for the first time. It did not participate for almost two and a half decades after their revolution of 1949, as Mao Zedong believed that for something as important as sports, never to compete incompetently and bring disgrace to the nation....Read More...

 
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