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'There will not be a messiah'

'There will not be a messiah'

'There will only be an institutional solution between the board and the founders to take Infosys forward.' As the debate continues on who is right and who is wrong in the Infosys saga, Manish Sabharwal, chairman and co-founder, Teamlease Service, analyses each player's role with Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier. What lessons can India Inc learn from the Infosys saga? It's as Leo Tolstoy says in Anna Karenina, 'Happy families are all alike and every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.' ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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'No founder will retire and walk out'

'After some time, they all want to know what is happening in their companies.''It is better they remain board members rather than talk outside.'   The ugly squabble between then Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka and Co-founder Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy ended in Sikka's resignation. The Infosys board blamed Narayana Murthy for Sikka's exit. Kris Lakshmikanth, bottom, left, founder, Head Hunters India, the country's first executive search company that specialises in senior level talent ...
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We have forgotten those who fought for freedom

'Those days, none of the leaders thought of amassing wealth.''All of them wanted to sacrifice their all for the country.''There are many who didn't have any money, but sacrificed their lives for the country.''There are many who spent their own money and worked for the country.''There are many more about whom we do not even know what they had done; they did everything so silently and selflessly.'   In 2002, when Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier spoke to Dr Sarojini Varadappan, the late Tamil ...
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'By 2025, we will be corruption free'

'I feel now we have a leader who is non-corruptible.''But he needs time as corruption is deep-rooted in our society, and people have no shame about being corrupt.''It will take at least 7 years to make some real progress.'Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Ramgopal Agarwala, former chief of the World Bank resident mission's economic unit in Beijing, is now the chairman of the Delhi-based Pahle India Foundation. Agarwala joined the World Bank in 1971 and worked in senior positions across ...
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'Nation building can't be done by people on sabbatical'

'We do not want people who are air dropped and who fly out once the job is done.''Ever since liberalisation started, we keep on hearing that it's going to be jobless growth.''This speaks of the failure of the foreign returned policy makers.' 'When questions are raised, answers should be given and not a resignation.' The Swadeshi Jagran Manch had been quite critical of the NITI Aayog ever since it supported genetically modified crops. It had also been critical of Dr Arvind Panagariya, the Niti ...
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'Today, even the RBI is under political pressure'

'There is no difference between the earlier government and the present government.''They are all following the economic policy based on the Chicago School of thought.''This school of thought says the government should have very little role in governing the country and the majority of work should be handed over to the private sector.''This has not succeeded in the US.''Yet, it is being tried here by people like Arvind Subramaniam, Arvind Panagariya, Urjit Patel and Raghuram Rajan.''These ...
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Swadeshi Jagran Manch: 'We want Paytm to close down'

'We are against Alibaba investing in Paytm.''We are against the concessions given to Paytm.''In fact, we want Paytm to close down because of its alliance with Alibaba.' The Swadeshi Jagran Manch had earlier declared 2017 as the anti-China year. With the India-China standoff in the Doklam Plateau, the Manch has intensified its anti-China rhetoric. SJM members are aggressively campaigning and collecting signatures from Indians to boycott Chinese products. Ashwani Mahajan, bottom, left, ...
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'To have a war or not is in Chinese hands'

'India is a huge market for Chinese goods. I don't think a war stands to logic when you have economic compulsions, but then Chinese are known to do illogical things.' What is China up to? Does it really want a war with India? Can China ignore the huge Indian market for Chinese products? Is it just tough Chinese posturing? Colonel R Hariharan (retd), a retired Military Intelligence specialist on South Asia who had served with the Indian Peace Keeping Force in Sri Lanka as head of intelligence, ...
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