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Why Nirav Modi reminds me of Nick Leeson

Decades apart, but the drama linked to the two appears similar, says Nivedita Mookerji.Illustration: Dominic Xavier Nick Leeson, the rogue trader who captured our imagination way back in 1995, has come alive in various conversations ever since the Punjab National Bank-Nirav Modi scam broke. The two are not quite the same, but the drama linked to any scandal is often similar, if we were to look at how events unfolded and how the authorities reacted. In the case of PNB, everyone seems to be ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Applied for an H1-B visa? Please read this!

'If you are so blinded by the Buy American, Hire American policy, if you are not going to be fair, consistent and welcoming, in the end America will lose out.'Ritu Jha/indica reports from California. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Srinivasa Narasimhalu is just one of many Indian software professionals facing harsh scrutiny from the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), but, instead of wilting under pressure, is fighting back. Narasimhalu -- who was on an H-1B visa -- was ...
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How the Supreme Court became 'lions under the throne'

The Supreme Court of India became 'lions under the throne' when Jawaharlal Nehru brought in the Fourth Amendment in 1955, says T C A Srinivasa Raghavan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Judges have been making news for centuries, for good, bad, right and wrong reasons. They wield enormous power because they decide what is ok and what is not in what governments do. In that sense they are the real bosses of any country. The first book I read about a judge was in the late 1960s. It was ...
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