Q&a: A Diverse Diaspora, But Facing
Judith M Brown teaches history at
Oxford University. Two of her books,
Gandhi: Prisoner of Hope, and Nehru: A
Political Life, have been widely
'Thorium To Give India An Edge'
Thorium Power is a privately-held,
Washington DC-based company funded
primarily through private equity
`India Must Adopt Ifrs Right Away'
Indian accounting standards are fairly
closely aligned with International
Financial Reporting Standards. So the
switch to IFRS will be fairly easy.
The potential benefits for us are
Interview with Brinda Karat, CPI(M)
leader and Member of the Rajya Sabha.
"Facilitate Aircraft Funding Within
The Country Competitively"
Classifying the airline industry as
`infrastructure' and making it qualify
for priority lending by nationalised
banks will contribute to the
Prakash Singh Badal
Interview with Shiromani Akali Dal
chief Prakash Singh Badal.
SBI For Bigger Market Pie With Better
`We are trying to unlock SBI's brand
equity. I want people to see SBI as it
is, but with value.'
‘There Is A Great Need For Education
To Be An Equaliser. We Don’T Have Any
Anthony Marx, youngest president of
America’s Amherst college, established
in 1821, takes his job very seriously.
For The Future
Interview with Sukhbir Singh.
Chief Minister Manik Sarkar
Interview with Chief Minister Manik
"The Judicial System Depends On The
Faith Of The Common Man"
K.G. Balakrishnanwill take over as the
37th Chief Justice of India on January
14. In an interview, he outlines his
priorities to streamline the justice
delivery system. Excerpts:
The ‘One-Nation One-Theatre’ Policy
It’s highly regrettable that country’s
only national school of drama has
become a breeding- and training-ground
for commercial entertainment.