Monthly Archives: January 2011

>Look to infrastructure, capital goods and ITStock Doctor | GS Soodhttp://www.gfilesindia.com/ THE year 2010 has been a really good year for the markets despite a series of scams and concern over issues relating to political and corporate governance as well … Continue reading

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>Gadkari’s Israeli sojournbjp wants to send ministers ISRAEL is perhaps the lone country with a knack for getting a whiff in advance of which direction the polity of India will turn. BJP president Nitin Gadkari and 10 other top party … Continue reading

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>AICC’s brain wavecharges for plenary session passesTHE Congress party held its 83rd plenary session in New Delhi with much fanfare. There is a tradition in the party that the leaders who are not MPs or MLAs or do not hold … Continue reading

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>Jinxed houseraja bungalow has dubious record A Raja, the controversial former telecommunications Minister, lives at 2A, Moti Lal Nehru Marg. The house, located opposite Udyog Bhawan, is the type of bungalow usual in Lutyens’ Delhi but it has seen a … Continue reading

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>Congress’ mixed bagbad food, savvy media handling THE Congress’ plenary sessions are best remembered for the excellent food served. But, at the last session, the culinary fare failed to live up to the expectations. Delhi Congress Chief Jai Prakash Agarwal … Continue reading

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> Singing while Karnataka burned….WHILE Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa was facing the music from his opponents in the state, his Information and Publicity Director, Muddu Mohan, was singing songs in a London music festival. In his absence, there was … Continue reading

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>Rajya Sabha conundrum WHY launch Rajya Sabha TV when Lok Sabha TV is already functioning? This question is being raised in Parliament as well as in drawing rooms. And most members of the Upper House feel exactly the way most … Continue reading

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>Never-say-die Ramachandran

> Never-say-die RamachandranWHEN one door shuts, it’s a matter of time before another one opens. Those who know this never give up. So M Ramachandran, a 1972- batch retired IAS officer, did not lose heart when he missed the coveted … Continue reading

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>Wily Samaritan

>Wily SamaritanKILLING two birds with one stone is a skill that Arup Roy Choudhury, Chairman and Managing Director of the National Thermal Power Corporation, has mastered. Fast becoming a hero among the employees of the corporation, he called the senior … Continue reading

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