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  • A REMARKABLE WOMAN

    A REMARKABLE WOMAN March 2004 - Four decades ago, an Indian immigrant faced his share of discrimination occasionally. But people like Mrs. Weeks reinforced a person's belief in mankind, humanity, love and sharing with her sheer kindness, generosity and apnapan. By MUKUL BA

  • Spiritual Straight Talk March 2004

    Spiritual Straight Talk March 2004 March 2004 - My mind seems to be entangled with endless and unnecessary thinking. How does one control the thought process?

  • Bollywood Babe

    Bollywood Babe March 2004 - By Mitali Perkins

  • Do’s and Don’ts of Indo-Pak Dialogue

    Do’s and Don’ts of Indo-Pak Dialogue March 2004 - A roadmap around the perennial pitfalls By SIDDHARTH SRIVASTAVA

  • Back Home

    Back Home March 2004 - 14 years is as long as Lord Rama's exile from Ayodhya. Yet, despite the fact that one has made frequent visits to India in this long period, it is returning back for good that leaves one a bit disoriented. By RANJANI NELLORE

  • The Bansuri-wallah

    The Bansuri-wallah March 2004 - The humble Indian flute can produce the most beautiful of sounds as discovered by Jeff Whittier, who has mastered the art of not just playing the bansuri, but also making and selling them. By RADHIKA VYAS SHARMA

  • Bejeweled: Tharoor’s Nehru

    Bejeweled: Tharoor’s Nehru February 2004 - NEHRU: THE INVENTION OF INDIA By Shashi Tharoor Arcade Publishing, Hardcover, 282 pages By Murali Kamma

  • Leadership: Four Mantras, One Goal

    Leadership: Four Mantras, One Goal February 2004 - Even as companies are shrinking in size, trying to cut costs and review business processes, the chasm between ‘what could be' and ‘what is', is ever widening. A new thought avows that only effective leadership can overhaul the

  • Indian BPO Mantra: Talk Like an American

    Indian BPO Mantra: Talk Like an American February 2004 - With major Indian companies like Wipro losing out on multi-national contracts because their English speaking staffers can't quite talk like the customers they hope to appease... By Siddharth Srivastava

  • NRIs Day Out

    NRIs Day Out February 2004 - The Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas celebrated its second anniversary with a huge mela in Delhi with over 1500 PIOs and NRIs congregated under one roof. As far as unifying attempts go, this one was greatly successful. By Siddharth Srivastava

 

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