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Should Tata be ranked India's best brand?
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Should Tata be ranked India's best brand?

Famous and long believed to be trusted, Indian brands have since wilted against foreign brands, says Mohan Guruswamy. Ever wonder why Indian companies cannot make it in the more demanding markets abroad with their products and services? Take Tatas, for instance. This is the biggest and best known of Indian companies with a brand recall that transcends borders. It is easily the most recalled, trusted and valued brand in India. In fact, Tata Sons, the owner of the brand -- Tata -- values ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

The Man Who Said, Why Not?

When history will be written, the rise of Dhirubhai Ambani will be one of its more memorable chapters Mohan Guruswamy Delhi You see things; and you say, Why? But I dream things that never were; and I say, Why not? — George Bernard Shaw in ...
 HardNews Magazine1 month ago
Eurasia Review

BRICS Bank: A Long Overdue Development Analysis

By By Mohan Guruswamy The recently held BRICS Summit in Brazil has announced the setting up of a BRICS development bank, on the lines of existing multilateral institutions like the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank, to be ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago BRICS bank: A giant step towards reforming the world system  Rediff.com1 month ago

Lad Star wins main event

Lad Star, trained by Warren Singh and ridden by Bhawani Singh, galloped to victory in the 1,400-metre K N Guruswamy Memorial Trophy, the feature event of the races held here on Saturday. 1. The Pune Plate 1600M: Summer Dawn (Mrs Sangeetha) S Narredu 1; Abba ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Rise of Naxalism: Blame India's skewed mining policy

It is the low cost of iron ore extracted from their adivasi homeland mines that enables steelmakers like Tata Steel and Essar, and miners like NMDC, not only to be among the most profitable companies in India, but also gives it the financial muscle to make huge overseas acquisitions. Ultimately, it is the poor adivasi who pays for it with his home and hearth and gets no credit for it! Either from the State, which connives in their exploitation, or the industry that lords ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago
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Why the BJP is finding it hard to resist …

By | Grist Media (A view of the site meant for Tata's Nano plant in Singur in 2008, on land acquired by the Bengal govt. Photo by Sandip Das_Fotocorp) In 2012 the BJP's Sumitra Mahajan, as chair of the Standing Committee on Rural Development, ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago
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Think tanks help the nation's intellectual churn

I still believe that it is a good thing that think tanks are mushrooming in Delhi. They provide a platform for discussion, even if they shed more heat than light. With Parliament almost incapable of serious debate, informed discussion and civilised discourse, where does this nation get its intellectual churn, asks Mohan Guruswamy. The term ‘think tank’ owes its origins to John F Kennedy who collected a group of top intellectuals in his White House, people like McGeorge Bundy, Robert ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Will Modi's I-Day speech push reforms?

With Narendra Modi about to make his first Independence Day speech, there is a buzz in Delhi that Modi will make some big announcements to signal major reforms and directional shifts. But we have to wait and see if it happens, says Mohan Guruswamy. Two and more months after the Modi government was installed in Delhi, a widespread feeling has begun to creep in, and mostly among the believers, that the regime has lost its way. And the weeds of the old polity have begun to blight the crop sowed ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Fight Over Comma Sank WTO Deal as Modi Defends Subsidies

A fight over a comma in a 65-page document helped spark the collapse of the biggest trade deal in the World Trade Organization's 19-year history. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's three-month-old government blocked part of the deal his ...
 BusinessWeek1 month ago Fight Over Comma Sank WTO Deal as India Protects Food Stocks  La Repubblica1 month ago
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Israel loses its heroic sheen

Israel is no longer the valiant and beleaguered underdog, but increasingly seen as an increasingly arrogant oppressor seeking to crush another old nation under its jackboots, says Mohan Guruswamy. The Israeli assault on Gaza is horrific in its ferocity and far exceeds any limits of justifiable and even acceptable retribution. There was once an image of the Israelis being a people of heroic dimensions and sterling character forged by the many tyrannies that the Jewish Diaspora suffered, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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