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Saturday, September 03,  2005

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 From August 27, 2005 to September 02, 2005 


'I Am Not Trying To Make General Dyer A Hero'

Nigel Collett, 52, is sort of an accidental tourist in India. Author of the much-talked about biography of General Dyer, The Butcher of Amritsar, Collett would have easily bypassed India had Dyer never committed the carnage at Jallianwala Bagh in 1919. .

Weaving A Plan To Re-Emerge As A Star

TILL about a decade ago “S Kumars” was one of the respected brands in textile industry in the country.

‘I Miss My Time For Guftgu’

He set the time for 4.30 on Thursday evening and he was there on time, dressed in his usual starched white kurta-pajamas.

From Peak To Peak, A Steady Climber

“People take different roads seeking fulfilment and happiness. Just because they’re not on your road doesn’t mean they’ve gotten lost.” This quote by Dalai Lama fits Girish Kasaravalli’s profile best.

‘Wealth hasn’t changed our lives’

It’s been in the air for a while now.  Over the past few months, the buzz that LN Mittal is soon going to set his eyes on India was only getting louder.

'It's a straight highway for Indian software'

Vivek Paul, 46, has just stepped down as vice-chairman of Wipro Technologies to pursue a career in private equity.

Cultural Crossover

In conversation with Vishakha Desai, the first woman to head the Asia Society in New York.

Networking For Early Cancer Detection Is Important

A proactive citrus programme should create a new pattern of profit and sustainability.

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