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Saturday, August 26,  2006


 

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                                                                                                                From, August 20, 2006 to August 26, 2006

Coming Soon: Tapes Of Cm-Mine Owners’ Deal, Says Reddy

The mansion of suspended BJP MLC Janardhan Reddy, unlike on Wednesday, wears a deserted look on Thursday. Reddy is watching television, reading newspapers and interacting with his coterie for feedback on his “revelations” at the press conference. 

Q&a:'ban On Soft Drinks Prompted By Health Reasons'

It was the ruling Left Democratic Front led by CPM that asked the Kerala government to ban the production and sale of Coca-Cola and Pepsi. However, the other Left-ruled states, West Bengal and Tripura, have not followed the Kerala example. 

Down But Not Out, Leading Reformist Looks Ahead

A former Speaker of the Majlis,Mehdi Karroubiwas the leading reformist contender in Iran's presidential election of 2005 but lost to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad under circumstances he considers improper. In an interview toThe Hinduin Tehran, he discusses . . . 

‘Where Generics Are Concerned, We Have Arrived And Are A . . .

The name K Anji Reddy has come to become synonymous with the Indian pharma industry. Dr Reddy, almost single-handedly, made global pharma giants sit up and take notice of the Indian pharma prowess, especially in devising new processes to manufacture . . . 

‘Build A Strong, Ethical Employment Brand’

The recent fraud uncovered in companies like HSBC, Mphasis, IBM Daksh and Barclays Bank have jolted the IT, ITES and BFSI sectors out of their complacence because the perpetrators happened to be their own employees. 

‘We Must Scale Up Iits, Iims, Take Strong Affirmative Action Or . . .

His usual reticence reflects his company’s traditional understated style but S Ramadorai, MD & CEO of Tata Consultancy Services, talks tech, quotas and cricket with Shekhar Gupta, Editor-in-Chief of The Indian Express, on NDTV 24x7’s Walk The Talk . . . 

Storage Virtualisation The New Trend’

With the need for data increasingly on the rise, storage technologies have become the necessity of the day. Almost all the companies today look for storage solutions built on industry-leading technology with performance, availability and scalability . . . 

Lca, Arjun Projects On Schedule, Says Rao Inderjit Singh

Rao Inderjit Singh has been the Union Minister of State for Defence for about four months after a stint in the Ministry of External Affairs. 

Hold That Drink

Drug companies have reportedly agreed to the government’s intent to cap trade margin in unbranded generic drugs at 50%, 35% for retail and 15% for wholesale. What does this mean for them, the consumer and the trade? 

We Do Not Foresee Any Glut In The Steel Market’

Bhushan Steel & Strips Ltd is the country's third-largest secondary steel manufacturer after Tata Steel and SAIL. 

Why Paswan’s Pill Is A Placebo

On Thursday, Union chemicals and fertilisers minister Ram Vilas Paswan announced changes in the government’s thinking on drug price control. KG Narendranath sifts through the fog to see that it isn’t necessarily good news all around 

'War And Peace Begin And End In The Mind'

A T Ariyaratne stands out among political leaders in Sri Lanka in these times of strife. A Sarvodaya activist, he believes there is hope for peace and that violence can't resolve questions of language and ethnicity. 

Storage Virtualisation The New Trend’

With the need for data increasingly on the rise, storage technologies have become the necessity of the day. Almost all the companies today look for storage solutions built on industry-leading technology with performance, availability and scalability . . .

‘Build A Strong, Ethical Employment Brand’

The recent fraud uncovered in companies like HSBC, Mphasis, IBM Daksh and Barclays Bank have jolted the IT, ITES and BFSI sectors out of their complacence because the perpetrators happened to be their own employees. 

Why Paswan’S Pill Is A Placebo

On Thursday, Union chemicals and fertilisers minister Ram Vilas Paswan announced changes in the government’s thinking on drug price control. KG Narendranath sifts through the fog to see that it isn’t necessarily good news all around 

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