Monthly Archives: May 2017

The Jaitley durbar

It would be an understatement if we term Finance Minister Arun Jaitley as indispensable to the Modi government. Or a master in statecraft? When it comes to crunch decisions, he is like Kautilya; when it comes to the passage of … Continue reading

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Modi reads in the morning

NARENDRA Modi is the first Prime Minister of India who likes gadgets and digital media. Whenever he is free, he likes to be updated with the latest happenings of the world. But old habits die hard. He still regularly reads … Continue reading

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A man of vision

NO way! I shall not retire till I die… I have a lot to do…” These are the words of one of the youngest old man in the community of NRIs in UAE, a textile magnate, chairman of the Regal … Continue reading

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Emaar MGF : Loot in the open

It’s a story that has all the classic and inherent ingredients of a mega scandal-a realtor operating in India, where most real estate deals are murky; a foreign promoter based in the Middle-East, where no distinction can generally be made … Continue reading

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Quick response

ATUL Chaturvedi, 66, was born in a family of civil servants. His father, PN Chaturvedi, was a PCS who was coopted into IAS. His father’s elder brother, BS Chaturvedi, was an IPS. His grandfather, Harcharan Chaturvedi, also a PCS, retired … Continue reading

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