Enchanted By Mohiniyattom
Jayaprabha Menon feels that the State
Government should promote Mohiniyattom.
Back To His Best
As Annu Kapoor returns with `Antakshari-The
Great Challenge', he tells us what
makes him natural in front of the
Due Diligence Comes Calling
has been busy opening its books for
teams of due diligence from different
`Land Acquisition Must Be Transparent'
If industry wants to acquire land, the
Government should act as an umpire and
set broad guidelines to ensure that
the transaction takes place in a
'India Is Both A Market And Supplier'
With over 12,500 staff and about
$500-million worth of work offshored,
British Telecom is trying to make
deeper inroads into India. In November
2006, BT applied for NLD and ILD
licences, and established a JV
company, BT Telecom India, with
Q&a: 'People Quit Bad Managers, Not
Cristobal I Conde, president and chief
executive officer of US IT major
SunGard, is regarded as one of the
best analytical brains in software.
The head of the $5 billion outfit did
astronomy and physics at university
before setting up a software company.
Injecting Drugs Is The Trend Now In
India has a significant number of opiate users. Reports
and surveys point to an increase in
injecting drug use, particularly among
‘Western Historians Are Changing Their
Opinion On Netaji’S Association With
Professor Sugata Bose, grandnephew of
Subhas Chandra Bose, is Gardiner
Professor of History and Director of
the South Asia Initiative at Harvard
University. His latest book is ‘Chalo
Delhi: Collected Works of Netaji
Subhas Chandra Bose.’
Cost Audit Has A Major Role In
Consumers, in a liberal economy, are
vulnerable to practices such as
monopoly or predatory pricing. Curbing
these practices requires a harmonised
and authentic cost database.
Decoding The Telecom Buzz On Deal
"Vodafone needs a true operating and
controlling interest in an Asian
operator to re-vitalise its
Q&a: Ontario Wants To Partner India In
Dalton McGuinty, premier of Ontario
which is the economic engine of
Canada, is bringing a 100-member trade
delegation for a week-long visit to
Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Punjab
from January 14. He tells Gurmukh
can be India's . . .
'N-Deal Showed What We Can Achieve'
Ramesh Kapur, chairman of the Indo-US
Leadership Council of the Democratic
National Committee has been associated
with the Democratic Party in the US
since 1980. Lately the 58-year-old has
been at the forefront of the Indian
community's efforts to . . .
‘People Should Not Feel That Going To
The Court Is A Punishment, They Should
Feel Part Of The System’
Justice K.G. Balakrishnan, Chief
Justice of India-designate, will be
the first dalit to occupy the post. In
a free-ranging interview with Shekhar
Gupta, Editor-in-Chief of The Indian
Express, on NDTV’s Walk the Talk, he
spoke of his humble origins, . . .
`Focus On Infrastructure, Social
There appears to be an air of optimism
in Indian industry. Captains of
industry think that even a double
digit growth is sustainable, but they
expect governments to remove the road
blocks. Confederation of Indian
Industry's President,R. Seshasayee, .
Sculptors Have An Uncanny Sense Of
Popularly known as “Masterji” or “Guruji”,
Ram Chandra Sharma, the inventor of
Jaipur Foot, now 86 can still be seen
relentlessly working on a new design
or solving complicated cases which his
technicians can’t handle.
Manoj Das, eminent author, talks about
his work and the place of a writer in
an era of cultural globalisation.