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30/11/2006
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
Let the grown-ups take care of business...
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Jeffrey Sachs
When mother earth
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The year-end rally
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Smile of the Dragon

Once a year, people in China clean the graves of their ancestors, burn ceremonial paper money, and fly kites for a substantial portion of the day. In April 2005, this ritual ended with hundreds of flowers being showered on one grave. The grave was not that of a Chinese...Read More...

Business and Economy - 17 November 2005
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ScrutinyImprobable...

It might not be the next China in the making still, but quite certainly it is the India of Latin America (a little lackluster but with loads of potential). Even if it...
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PolicyBamboozled Again !

“He who would do good,” wrote William Blake, “must do so in minute particulars. General good is the plea of the scoundrel, the hypocrite and the liar.” ..
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PoliticsAm‘Bush’ed... Am Sad‘ damn’ed!

History is written by the victors - is what Napoleon Bonaparte had once intonated with pride. But take a look at Saddam Hussein – the now convicted and former President ...
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CountryKenyan Safari

The Republic of Kenya is not only the largest exporter of roses, but also happens to be one of the fastest growing African nations. India should not miss to be its partner... .
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  Editorial - 30/11/2006


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
Where business is crime and crime is business..

Looking at the current state of affairs, I perpetually question myself whether the Indian democratic system is more compassionate than Chinese autocracy. The question becomes more relevant in the context of what is happening to the trading community today.It is by no means less repressive than the stance taken by China ..Read More...

 
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