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A sense of “play” hangs heavy in the air in India these days as Sachin Tendulkar retires, and Viswanathan Anand hands over the World Championship crown to a much younger …
Newly appointed Managing Director of largest Indian steelmaker, Narendran will have to show a similar combination of doggedness but with soft hands
Access to credit—both in Africa and India—has always been skewed in favour of big businesses. What could change the status quo are state sponsored reallocation, tax benefits, import substitution subsidies and access to some of the long term capital that is available from long-term pension and life insurance funds
The ready-to-use infrastructure along with the mines of Stemcor has bidders salivating. Reports say that the assets are valued at $800 million, but looking at the opportunity and the competition in hand, the final sale price might cross $1 billion
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Vedanta Alumina might ask the Odisha state government for a alternative mining site after its proposed mining project in the Niyamgiri hills range suffered a fresh setback today
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December 04, 2013 16:44 pm by alka
Great thought -- play as a central part of our work lives. Play also invites fun, an essential element in creativity... and all these lead to new thought, new frameworks, innovation.
December 04, 2013 00:29 am by sundar Balasubramaniam
fantastic! thanks Mitu for posting this. Trust all is well with you and Jai.
December 03, 2013 11:58 am by Rajesh Sinha
I joined IRMA because of Dr. Kurien. I am glad that I took that decision. The insights about farmers and leaving earth a better place is what inspires me even today. Salutr the true Bharat Ratna.
December 03, 2013 11:41 am by G.Rajan
True account coming from the bottom of the heart of Professor Phansalkar Hence I could read the piece from top to bottom without a blink. I too had the fortune of working with Dr.Kurien as a steno in the inacent years of NDDB/IRMA. I hd talked about it during the 1sent-off' meeting held at NDDB...
December 02, 2013 23:11 pm by Subrata Mondal
India lost one of the great nation builder...Dr. Kurien but would be living thru the works of many IRMANs mainly in Agribusiness sphere.
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