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Reinventing Government
Reinventing government is a hobby horse that many think-tanks and seminars ride every now and then. For all the gusto shown by them, the impression that one gets is that they have been unable to make ... More

WIDE CANVAS


Doha Round: Onus on India?
India may need to concede ground on industrial tariffs if it is to attain its objective of getting tariff barriers lowered on both the farm and industrial fronts in the US and the EU. That is, the principle of quid pro quo should be applied if the Doha Round is to be saved. To what extent should India help when the beneficiaries would be the rich economies whose immediate interest is to protect inefficient sectors indirectly harming poor farmers in the developing world? More

ON THE MOVE


Logistics needs steeling up to tackle SAIL traffic
Are the Railways, ports and other agencies concerned really geared fully to handle the additional volume of traffic of coking coal and metal production for SAIL. More

A RINGSIDE VIEW


FII figure may set the tone
This week may prove to be a test for regulator as the manipulators threw a challenge More

MUTUAL CONFIDENCE


No `forthcoming dividend' declaration by intermediaries
`This norm would discourage some of the practices that had evolved over the years' More

ADR WATCH


IT counters turn weak; Satyam worst hit
MTNL, VSNL, Tata Motors register new 52-week highs More

RANDOM WALK


Land of traders
Rather than threatening to block newcomers, local traders ought to be encouraging them to enter, in a more-the-merrier spirit. More

CHAT


The best persuasions to the contrary
Khan tabulated the impact of SBI strike. Jogin studied the latest export initiatives. Dakshinamoorthy wondered if we should tell China how to create a Bangalore there! But Sridevi reminded them all, "Time to chat!" Respond. ... More

EUROSCAPE


India Inc goes shopping in Europe
The grim face of inhabitants of 2000-year-old German towns such as Augsburg, with fine broad streets, monumental fountains and distinctive public buildings, now wear a blissful smile. Why? Because, Indians are saving their jobs. More

JOTTINGS


Managing the knowledge workers
The breed that will make a difference in a service economy is clearly the expert or knowledge worker, although the Internet, by making knowledge more open, will cut the ground beneath the expert's feet. Mere possession of rare facts and figures ... More

PEOPLE WISE


Be warned, employee training can cause attrition
Engage adequately with the employee before and after training and you and the employee are sure reap the benefits. Miss this and the training investment can become a potential risk, especially in today's vibrant labour market. The organisation needs to go beyond merely "empowering the employee" More
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