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Shreekant Sambrani: Chronicler of raging solitude
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Shreekant Sambrani: Chronicler of raging solitude

In 1980, I read out my favourite quote from by Gabriel Garca Mrquez, "The day shit is worth money, poor people will be born without an asshole," to a group of stunned young persons committed to serve in India's villages. In one brilliant snatch of a ... Business Standard India, 13 hours ago

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Shreekant Sambrani: Clear and present dangers

A new government, riding a wave of dissatisfaction with the previous one, cannot begin with an austerity drive Shreekant Sambrani April 12, 2014 Last Updated at 21:49 IST Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes of the United States Supreme Court enunciated in 1919 a ...
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Shreekant Sambrani: Lingua Indica

It is not common knowledge that Sanskrit had a West Asian link, in the now volatile region at the junction of Syria, Iraq, Turkey and Iran Shreekant Sambrani April 11, 2014 Last Updated at 22:38 IST All through my Marathi-medium schooling, I was told that ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Shreekant Sambrani: And the election goes to...

UPA's abysmal performance and the BJP's claims of good governance are two factors that could change how India votes this year
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Will the current trend prevail until voting day?  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Shreekant Sambrani: And the election goes to...

And so opinion polls and surveys try to meet this justifiable curiosity. Questions exist about their reliability, especially in the light of a supposed sting operation. They relate to the often less than transparent methodologies, something the more ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago
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Shreekant Sambrani: A kinder, gentler Modi?

Narendra Modi's address to business leaders signifies a welcome change from the hectoring and accusatory tones that has marked the 2014 election campaigns of all parties so far Shreekant Sambrani March 2, 2014 Last Updated at 13:17 IST The 63-minute address ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Shreekant Sambrani: An inaugural address for 2014  Business Standard2 months ago Narendra Modi's prime ministerial speech!  Rediff.com1 month ago
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But can money buy love?

Indian cinema has often portrayed the rich as greedy and pitched love against them Shreekant Sambrani February 28, 2014 Last Updated at 13:25 IST Debonair isn’t quite adequate to describe a tuxedo-clad Raj Kapoor responding to a dazzling ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

How the UPA killed the Indian economy

Shreekant Sambrani looks back at the tragedy of errors that has landed the once buoyant Indian economy in its worst mess in recent times. Continuing our Series on the state of the Indian economy ahead of the general elections. Earlier in the series: 'US economy needs to improve for India to turn around' It will take three years for economic growth to pick up From boom to doom: An uphill task to revive the economy The shrewd man that he is, Palaniappan Chidambaram not only distinguished between ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Shreekant Sambrani: Tea times

None of the featured events influenced my previous week: not the Indian Premier League auction (my interest in three-figure knocks does not transcend to nine-figure fees), not Valentine's Day (unlike the cloying TV advertisement featuring an elderly ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

India desperately seeks change and hope from a new govt

Shreekant Sambrani is confident that today's adversity will make the country emerge even stronger Last Independence Day, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, not yet the prime ministerial candidate of the Bharatiya Janata Party, hoisted the national flag and addressed the nation shortly after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had done the same from the Red Fort. The political picture that rainy Independence Day was as cloudy as the sky. That was just six months ago, a mere blink in an ancient ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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