- Aug13By William Pesek, Bloomberg
After 11 months of battling speculators nipping at India’s currency, Raghuram Rajan is going after a more powerful enemy: the nation’s crony capitalists.
Six years ago, Rajan, a former International
Towards the end of 2001, a US headquartered personal computer (PC) manufacturing company invited four consultants from four different companies to a resort hotel in Penang. I was one
Last year, the United Nation’s State of the World Cities Report 2012-13 ranked Delhi, the Indian capital, at 58 and Mumbai, the commercial capital, at 52 out of 95 cities
So said the management guru Peter Drucker. However he was smart enough to know that commentary on “what is” isn’t necessarily the best advice on “what should be
Organisations are Darwin’s children since they have to constantly adapt (and change) in order to survive. The changes in their surroundings can put enormous pressures — the degree of
- Aug03By Rana Kapoor
The new government came to power with a long wishlist from India Inc and the common man, as the Union budget — the first major policy statement of BJP led
I have spent the past few months in India witnessing the change in government. The expectations in India and in the whole of Asia are high that the new
Rage and the notion of being above the law — both law of the land and laws of basic morality — can make monsters out of ordinary people. When
The recent tragedies involving the Taiwan’s TransAsia Airways flight, and Malaysian Airlines MH 17 and MH 370 have resulted in deaths of close to 580 people this year alone.
In India we pay very little attention to the cost of education. Indeed there has been little study on working the cost in this sector