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Friday, June 14, 2002
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Avoidable row
IT IS JUST as well that the stand-off between the Government and the Tatas over VSNL's investments in Tata Teleservices has ended. For whatever be the merits of the proposed investments, a climate of suspicion between the two principal ... More

TELECOMMUNICATIONS


VSNL-Tata Teleservices issue -- Why Govt should keep out of business
The Government has often invested borrowed money in enterprises unconnected with governance. For instance, investing in bread-making enterprises, hotels or cycle-making companies cannot be justified on any business principles. On what moral ground, t herefore, can the Government object to VSNL dipping into its reserves to invest in a telephone company? More

ECONOMY


Reforms in India and China -- Policy regimes make the difference
IN THE build-up to liberalisation, it has been common to cite the growth experience of different countries, especially the East Asian Tigers. Despite many rebuttals, the deceptive analogies remain popular. The adoption of `liberalisation' by ... More

Reforms and quality management
ONE of the biggest challenges to business management in the reform era is the changing correlation between rights and responsibilities. In the 1960s and the 970s, business only performed duties for the `national cause' and scarcely had rights. In ... More

MANAGEMENT


Motivation
MANAGEMENT lingo throws up (in both senses of the word!) some words divesting them of their original meanings and putting them to uses peculiar to themselves. One such word is motivation. In real life situations, the words `motive', `motivated' ... More

SPORTS


`My name is Pele'
YOU can well understand why the ancient Romans offered their citizens bread and circuses. They were a welcome distraction from troubled times and good entertainment always calms unhappy and angry citizens. We need the distraction of ... More

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