Innovation Is Strongly Linked To
Strategy And Competitiveness
Continuous innovation is integral to
the competitive battle in which
organisations are constantly trying to
get ahead of one another.
‘We’Re Obsessed With Glamour’
Wendell Rodricks speaks to Devika
Sequeira of Deccan Herald about
India's fashion industry and the shape
of things to come in his home state,
On A Linguistic Treasure Hunt
Academician Kaipalli Kesavan
Namboothiri has written a five-act
play on Adi Sankara in Sanskrit.
Master Of Rhythm
What makes Umayalpuram K. Sivaraman's
artistry unique is his ability to
appeal to both connoisseurs and
Bhubaneswar-based Pavanee Educational
and Cultural Trust organised a
memorial meeting for
most revered dance and music critic
P.V.Subramaniam, better known as
Subudu, who passed away at New Delhi
on March 29 at the age of 90.
Taking A Sip At The Fountain Of
Rosemary Crill, senior curator at
London's Victoria & Albert Museum, on
the arts that pull her back to
`Conduct Caste Census'
Former Prime Minister V.P. Singh, the
original mastercraftsman of Mandal
politics, says the only solution now
is for the government to conduct a
caste census to decide the Other
Backward Classes population as the
Supreme Court wants.
`Petitioners Were Wrong In History'
P.S. Krishnan, Honorary Adviser to
Human Resource Development Minister
Arjun Singh on the reservation issue,
has decades of experience in handling
matters related to the backward
‘Kazakhstan Beckons India Inc’
Last year trade turnover between
Kazakhsthan and India rose by 74% from
$120 million to $210 million.
Factor Carbon Emissions Into Fuel
"Biopower compares favourably with
other renewables such as wind and
hydel as also fossil fuels such as
coal, oil and gas if the environmental
impact is factored in."
Q&a: 'Indians Tend To Think Branded
Jewellery Is Impure'
Leading exporter of jewellery, Rajesh
Exports Limited, has entered the
retail market with a chain of stores
across the country.
Deliberations And Reflection Matter In
The Upper House
Prof B K Chandrashekhar, assumed
charge as the 23rd chairman of the
Legislative Council recently.
Bidding War In Windy Europe
The acquisition of 75 per cent in an
AG does not automatically result in
'If Files Are Lost, Action Will Be
The Central Information Commissioner
says there are teething troubles but
RTI Act will be implemented in its
The pop diva on her first trip to
India held Mumbai captive with her
swaying hips, bronze body, unruly mane
and Latino pop.
'We Are Marginal In The Political
"What we've got in three years is a
brotherhood of ministers! There's lots
to do, and we need support," says the
minister for panchayati raj.
'Community Participation Is Critical'
The minister of state for commerce and
industry says, "You cannot be a
panchayati raj fundamentalist. It
could be one of the answers, and not
the only one."
Q&a: Globalisation Is Eroding The
Bhikhu Parekh is a political theorist
who has written on Hannah Arendt, Karl
Marx and Mahatma Gandhi.
Juggling parenthood and fiction, Helen
Simpson writes stories that address
the many myths of motherhood.
A Direct Look At Some Indirect Issues
Adjudication and appellate procedures
at the Tribunal level require urgent
reform. It is a fact that a fair
majority of the cases decided against
the assesses get reversed at the
‘We Keep Track Of What Excites Kids’
Cartoon Network Enterprises (CNE) is
beefing up its retail presence with
over 700 products — currently
available under 13 categories such as
apparel, home furnishing, home décor,
party products and stationery, across
3,000 plus counters and 20 cities.