He Taught In A College...
I see that the world continues to move
on as if nothing happened, people
continue to lead their lives normally,
despite the fact that an elderly
college professor was murdered in
broad daylight by goonda elements. Was
the only fault of my father . . .
"Safeguards Can Kick In Only After
In the context of the bills moved in
the House of Representatives and the
Senate on the proposed Indo-U.S.
nuclear agreement,Anil Kakodkar,
Chairman of the Atomic Energy
Commission, says India considers
"reprocessing an extremely important
part . . .
'The Anti-Quota Attitude Is Over'
Veerappa Moily, a veteran Congress
leader from Karnataka, became chief
minister of the state briefly during
1992-94 and was credited with cleaning
up the administration.
Q&a: Core Businesses Can Be Socially
Ashoka Foundation has pioneered the
social venture capital approach in
international development. This
non-profit body is now working on the
idea of corporate social
responsibility. Sushmita Ghosh, former
president and now member of Ashoka . .
Monthly Halli Darshan For Babus On
In an exclusive interview to Deccan
Herald during his stay with Chaluvaiah,
the Chief Minister spoke about his
“pro-Dalit” and “pro-poor” stand, his
intention to go on “Village Tours” and
what inspired him to take up this
Pawar Denies Telgi Charge
Names of prominent politicians such as
Union agriculture minister and NCP
supremo Sharad Pawar and
Maharashtra minister for public works Chhagan Bhujbal have now
cropped up in the tapes which were
recorded while fake stamp papers case
prime . . .
'Merger Won't Hurt Lkb Customers'
Sabre Capital Worldwide, owned by
former Standard Chartered CEO Rana
Talwar, recently bought the Kerala-based
Lord Krishna Bank (LKB), making this
the company’s third big acquisition in
the Indian banking business over the
last three years.
`There's A Premium That Foreign
Companies Need To Pay For Their India
. . .
"More than half the deals consummated
globally do not create shareholder
value, although this trend is
improving." MR ROHIT KAPUR, EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR, KPMG INDIA PRIVATE LTD.
Shashi Tharoor Fears North-South Split
A candidate for the top job at the
United Nations said that, if chosen,
he would seek to heal divisions
between wealthy and developing
countries over reform of the world
Telangana: A Three-Decade Old Battle
The issue of statehood for Telangana
region in Andhra Pradesh came into
national focus last week when two
Union ministers of Telangana Rashtra
Samiti, K Chandrashekhar Rao and A
Narendra, resigned from the UPA
Government accusing the Congress of .
Q&a: 'India Should Give Canada
Priority In Trade'
With Canada declaring a booming India
as a top priority nation for trade,
the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC)
is suddenly centre stage, with prime
minister Stephen Harper himself coming
to its annual gala in Toronto. ICCC
president . . .
`We Must Make Education Priority No 1'
The economy is in good shape,
employment is being generated, but we
don't have enough people with the
required skills and educational
background. — MR T. V. MOHANDAS PAI,
MEMBER OF BOARD AND HR CHIEF, INFOSYS.
Controlling Growth Of Disparity
In an FAQ on curbing variance,
rich-poor, urban-rural, P. V.
INDIRESAN suggests certain rule-based
controls instead of the current ad hoc
solutions that are neither transparent
nor have in-built checks and balances.
'I Only Get Suggestions, I Never
Thrust The Awards'
The I&B minister, who not only
certifies controversial films but also
seems to want to decide on who will
win the coveted Dadasaheb Phalke award
this year, defends his actions.
'Today's Child Is Tomorrow's Citizen'
The 7th International Children's
Festival of Performing Arts is on in
‘Un Is Both Stage And Actor’
Shashi Tharoor, India’s candidate in
the race to replace Kofi Annan as the
next Secretary-General, is busy
knocking on the doors of key Security
Council members for support.