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29/06/2006
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
Write off the Europeans?!? Nyet!
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Toni Straka
Invest in America?
Oh come on now please...
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Tom Stewart
The new GE way: Immelt on steroids
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Why do they enter Parliament?

For just a moment, imagine you are reading the script of a post modern Bollywood movie and visualise the following: Rahul Gandhi has become India’s youngest Prime Minister and starts off by making a series of path breaking appointments. K. V. Kamath is Union Minister of Finance ...Read More...

Business and Economy -29 June 2006
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ScrutinyCare to join the army?

Reading instances of deployed troops going berserk and shooting colleagues leaves one with a sense of disquiet; especially when such aberrations occur in those who are
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PolicyMixed flavours

Whoever says that Indian tea has lost its aroma? Tata Tea, the country’s largest tea producer, announced its annual results on June 7 amidst a round of cheer, giving
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PoliticsHow do you spell ‘free’? D-e-a-d.

“Google’s tools certainly can’t compete on functionality, but the question is, do they have to?” says James Governor, principal analyst of London-based IT firm
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CountrySawasdee khrap Thailand

“Thais love peace, but do not fear to fight,” says the national anthem of Thailand. And truly, this country of devotional and entrepreneurial citizens has faced many .
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  Editorial - 29/06/2006


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
Is the government hell bent on digging its own grave? The last part of my reservation trilogy!

Last fortnight, I was invited for a talk show on Janmat, and I had a new learning – which I think, I must share. I was supposed to express and defend my views on reservations. As the compere of the show completed his opening lines for the show, I realised that I had actually been invited to speak on reservations of a different..Read More...

 
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