Monthly Archives: June 2008

Winning Manufacturing Strategy and Indian Manufacturers

The latest issue of Strategy and Business has an article by William J. Holstein ‘Six Keys to a Winning Manufacturing Strategy’ I wish Indian manufacturing sector took some lessons and go global in scale and profitability without raising constant alarm … Continue reading

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They also Serve India

In 2005, when I was in USA, I found the bookshop displaying many books related to China. I went through many. Anand bought few too. The books on India were rare. However, Thomas Friedman’s bestseller ‘The World is Flat’ came … Continue reading

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Sonia -The Unhappiest Woman

Many a reputed foreign magazines have elected and put Sonia as one of the most powerful women of the world. I wonder if she is one of the happiest one too. In normal course, she would have been one with … Continue reading

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10 Top Challenges and India

When I was documenting ‘Unstoppable India’, I came across a report of the economists Jim O’Neill and Tushar Poddar of Goldman Sachs* and Co.that recommends 10 things India needs to do to achieve a per capita GDP of at least … Continue reading

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Unstoppable India

The global slowdown fear is on horizon. US economy is indicating trends of impending recession. Inflation is causing a concern all over the world, at least for all the middle class and below. However, I have my reasons to believe … Continue reading

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Chinese Invading, Leftists Colluding, and Traders Enjoying

Pakistan may again come closer to India and the people may start living as they were in pre-independence united India, but China will always remain headache. It will compete, challenge, prick, bark, and if necessary in their interest bite India … Continue reading

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On Father’s Day

I had a greeting card for the day waiting for me in my e-mail from Emma, Shannon, and Anand. India on the whole is fast adapting to the western customs. It was pretty clear after glancing through the newspaper full … Continue reading

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