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                                                                                                                   From, April 29, 2007 to May 05, 2007 

Literally Pleasing!

Vishal Bhardwaj on his ability to make literature tick on celluloid. To me script is the bible. Once it's bound i don't want to fiddle with it.

Down Melody Lane

After a long innings in Chennai, music director Johnson plans to return to Kerala.

Societies Must Allow For Failure, Both Socially And Legally

Only when failure becomes socially acceptable, innovation blossoms as people are more willing to risk the unknown.

Gowda: I Won’t Beg To Be Made V-P

In an interview to the Deccan Herald, Mr Deve Gowda spells out his expectations of the BJP in the next few months, although he keeps his strategy close to his chest.

‘Since 9-11, The Battle Lines Are Not Clear Cut’

"Most of what the country knows about the secret activities of its government, it knows thanks to serious news organisations...”

Resilience Is Ability To Bounce Back

A real leader should be able to motivate the employees to do the right thing whether it is preparedness for disaster or response to customer demands and requests.

'We'll Never Discount Our Brands'

Across-the-board acquisitions, capacity expansion, a 360 degree revamp of acquired brands, keeping pace with competition — the Rs 1,200-crore Reckitt Benckiser’s portfolio is brimming with activity.

"Let There Be Peace, Freedom Of Movement, And Trade"

Sardar Abdul Qayum Khan, former Prime Minister and President of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, offers his take on what can be done to resolve the dispute.

"Let There Be Peace, Freedom Of Movement, And Trade"

Sardar Abdul Qayum Khan, former Prime Minister and President of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, offers his take on what can be done to resolve the dispute.

The Human Side

An absorbing sequence of case studies that are shrewdly extrapolated to make larger points.

Lives On The Line All The Time

Dr. Atul Gawande on the world of medicine and how he began to write on it.

‘When People Think They’Re More Islamic Than I Am, I Do Not Appreciate It. Religion Is Between You & God’

Hello, and welcome to Walk the Talk. I’m Shekhar Gupta and my guest today is a real woman of substance who has made the headlines for all the wrong reasons — Nilofer Bakhtiar, Pakistan’s Tourism Minister.

'When I Say It, I Mean It. I Really Had No Choice. They Fielded Strangers.'

Widely regarded as one of India's better performing chief ministers, 69-year-old Sheila Dikshit has been applauded for initiating schemes that have made her a darling of Delhi's middle class.

Sonu Nigam

The playback singer has joined hands with the City Of Birmingham Orchestra to create an unique album, "Rafi Resurrected..."

`Rising Interest Rates Will Bottle Up Growth'

"Rate hike is coming at a wrong time when the capex cycle is at its peak. Companies are on investment mode and there will be a higher burden on them now.

Crafting Tools To Help Writers

Roy Peter Clark's specialisation and passion is to teach writing. A senior scholar and vice president at the Poynter Institute at St. Petersburg, Florida, he is constantly looking for effective ways to demystify writing and train writers in a . . .

'I Plan To Return To Pakistan This Year Irrespective Of Whether There . ..

Ashish Kumar Sen: General Musharraf has shut down a committee that was looking into corruption charges against you.

‘Vimal To Focus On Young Consumers’

Textiles is again receiving attention at Reliance Industries (RIL), which recently re-launched the flagship Vimal Suitings brand.

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