Monthly Archives: October 2014

His Master’s Choice

Cover Story cbi political tool WHEN institutions of faith crumble, it hurts. As Peter F Drucker says, “No institution can possibly survive if it needs geniuses or supermen to manage it. It must be organised in such a way as … Continue reading

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‘Smart Cities’ Urban Agenda or Utopia?

Governance urbanisation mg devasahayam INDIA is fast heading towards a 50:50 rural-urban distribution of population slated for the middle of the present century. Tamil Nadu has already achieved this and other states would soon follow. Such countrywide distribution would mean … Continue reading

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Service above all

FIRST STIRRINGS deo dutt sharma ALL his life he has been like a sailor on a ship called destiny, which invariably called at the right ports. A structural engineering topper from IIT Roorkee, specialising in the impact of earthquakes on … Continue reading

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The Inimitable Prime Minister

GOVERNANCE new paradigm mk kaw LIKE many of my compatriots, I have seen and judged Narendra Modi from widely different perspectives. There was a time when I saw him as a mass murderer who had engineered or, at the very … Continue reading

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NSEL scam:Accounted Loot

EXPOSE scam jignesh shah Jignesh Shah is out on bail. But the Enforcement Directorate is still working on the case of financial irregularities and fraud against the Shah-promoted National Spot Exchange Limited (NSEL). It has released a notification listing the … Continue reading

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