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Can't do my job while defending malicious attacks: Sikka
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Can't do my job while defending malicious attacks: Sikka

Sikka said he needs to move forward and return to environment of respect, trust and empowerment, where he can take on new lofty challenges. Vishal Sikka on Friday said he took the decision to quit as the chief executive officer of Infosys as it was difficult to carry out his job while constantly defending against unrelenting, malicious and increasingly personal attacks. Sikka has been in the midst of a public tussle between the management and founders with the latter making allegations of ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Usain Bolt is looking forward to putting on a show one last time

Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt insists this "emotional" season will indeed be his last, bringing the curtain down on a glittering career which galvanised track and field at a time of doping and corruption scandals. Bolt has won eight Olympic and 11 world ...
 DNA2 months ago
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The new queens on the ramp!

The unique pageant aims to show the world that beauty can have various meanings, says Geetanjali Krishna. As we neared the end of our freedom month, a unique pageant in Gurugram celebrated a different kind of freedom. At stake was much more than the crown of Miss Transqueen India 2017 -- as they walked the ramp, transsexuals from across the country hoped to break the oppressive conventions of existing beauty norms. "Through this pageant, I want the world to see that beauty comes in all the ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
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Sitharaman must not let PMO run her ship

Nirmala Sitharaman has a God given opportunity to orchestrate a transformation in India's defence capabilities.One hopes she has her own counsel and does not overly let the PMO run her ship, says Group Captain Murli Menon (retd).   Having an otherwise uninitiated, but statedly beyond reproach integrity-wise, female Raksha Mantri could well turn out to be a blessing in disguise for the armed forces provided, of course, Nirmala Sitharaman has her own counsel and does not overly let the PMO ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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And Indrani wants to speak to Peter...

As Peter sits outside the court with his sister, Indrani walks in with a request. It has been three months since Peter has started speaking to Indrani again, after a long silence of two years.Savera R Someshwar reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com September 7's "severe headache" is nowhere in sight when Sudeep Pasbola, Indrani Mukherjea's lawyer, opens the proceedings in the Sheena Bora case on September 8, 36 minutes after the hearing is scheduled ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Newsmaker: Bond of bankers street

This week, as he launched his latest book I do what I do, Raghuram Rajan lived up to his billing as the thinking man’s central banker with a flair for Bond. Sure of his words, his role and never one to duck the spotlight, nerves of steel to calmly counter ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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The only purpose note ban served

With GDP down by 2 per cent, and with 99 per cent of banned notes making their way back into the banking system, whom did demonetisation benefit? Rediff.com's Utkarsh Mishra explains. What was the objective of demonetisation, or note ban, whatever you call it? And has it been achieved? Perhaps the architects of the scheme, if there are any, themselves don't know. There are many who claim it was a success, and there are others who say it wasn't. And not all of them are economists. Although ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Imagining Russia post-Putin

On July 21, Vladimir Putin was asked at an audience with schoolchildren what he will do when he retires. He replied , “I haven’t decided yet if I will leave the presidency.” While everyone is obsessed with following the twists and turns of ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

Trumpslation: why Donald Trump’s words give translators so much trouble

Much has already been written on the difficulty that translators and interpreters have when translating Donald Trump’s speeches and messages into other languages. The president’s frequent mangling of the English language has left interpreters and ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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3 Reasons Why Vishal Sikka Resigned; Infosys Share Prices See A Steep Decline

Vishal Sikka, who was hired by Infosys as the highest paid Indian CEO ever , has resigned from his post. As soon as the news came in, Infosys share prices crashed, witnessing its steepest fall in the last 9 months. At the time of writing, the share prices of ...
 Trak.in1 month ago VISHAL SIKKA QUITS  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago This journey has been a difficult one, Sikka after resigning as Infy CEO and MD  Sify1 month ago Distractions and disruptions are the main reasons for quitting, says Sikka  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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