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    1. May 1, 2012

      Zicklin dean quits New York to move to Connecticut

      John Elliott is to step down as dean of the Zicklin school of business at Baruch College in New York to take a similar job...

    2. October 26, 2010

      India’s voting ends after 4 weeks of hot air

      On Wednesday night it will all be over. The fifth and final weekly stage of voting in India’s general election ends at 5pm....

    1. October 4, 2010

      Reliance-Oberoi: an unlikely duo

      From Riding the Elephant blog Is Mukesh Ambani, one of India’s richest men, reaching a new level of acceptance and...

    2. July 30, 2010

      US finance chiefs wary on outlook

      Finance chiefs are worried about the impact that Barack Obama’s healthcare legislation will have on companies Confidence...

    3. July 19, 2010

      History miserably repeats

      From Riding the Elephant blog Delhi, indeed India, faced a crisis 30 years ago. The Asian Games were to be held in the...

    4. July 16, 2010

      Bullets for stones bring death and disaster to Kashmir

      From Riding the Elephant blog There is virtually no prospect in the foreseeable future of long-term peace coming to India’s...

    5. June 15, 2010

      Bhopal vs BP paradox

      From Riding the Elephant blog I was there in Bhopal on December 7,1984, when Warren Anderson, then the chairman of Union...

    6. April 27, 2010

      India’s scam-ridden IPL is a national celebration

      From Riding the Elephant blog Never before has a scam been enjoyed and celebrated by such a massive proportion of Indian...

    7. April 16, 2010

      India’s leaders to blame for Maoist crisis

      From Riding the Elephant blog A controversy currently raging in India over whether the growing problem of Naxalite (Maoist)...

    8. March 23, 2010

      China-India ‘friendly’ ties

      From Riding the Elephant blog China has managed to present a surprisingly more friendly and forward-looking face than the US...

    9. March 11, 2010

      On the buses

      Dean Finch has wasted no time as National Express boss, starting the job two months early and hiring an ex-colleague to run...

    10. February 23, 2010

      India’s defence challenges

      From Riding the Elephant blog “It’s time to understand that the gun is innocent”. That has to be the prize quotation to come...

    11. January 28, 2010

      US finance chiefs more upbeat

      US finance chiefs are growing more confident in the near-term fortunes of their companies and the broader economic outlook,...

    12. January 28, 2010

      US finance chiefs more upbeat

      US finance chiefs are growing more confident in the near-term fortunes of their companies and the broader economic outlook,...

    13. January 25, 2010

      Literary and artistic

      From Riding the Elephant blog “Every successful economy needs a tangible celebration,” Rajeev Sethi, a leading promoter of...

    14. January 7, 2010

      Tata bids for leadership

      From Riding the Elephant blog India’s emergence as a significant player as both a customer and manufacturer in the world’s...

    15. December 18, 2009

      Hyderabad sinks

      From Riding the Elephant blog India’s southern city of Hyderabad is becoming one of India’s most potent symbols of the greed...

    16. December 9, 2009

      Setting the pace on India’s climate change

      From Riding the Elephant blog The debate in India about what to propose at the Copenhagen climate change conference has...

    17. December 2, 2009

      Bhopal’s continuing disaster

      From Riding the Elephant blog For a study in government and corporate inertia and indifference amid massive human suffering,...

    18. November 10, 2009

      Mass corruption defies PM’s call for better governance

      From Riding the Elephant blog Twice in the past week or so Manmohan Singh, India’s prime minister, has alluded to the poor...

    19. November 2, 2009

      Opinion: Indira Gandhi – a flawed legacy

      From Riding the Elephant blog Twenty-five years ago on October 25 1984, I was in Mussorie listening at lunchtime with other...

    20. October 14, 2009

      Opinion: India’s lethargy

      From Riding the Elephant blog “For Delhi, every day is pivotal and every hour is vital” Living in India as a reporter for a...

    21. September 30, 2009

      Confidence surges among finance chiefs

      The confidence of US finance chiefs in their companies' near-term fortunes surged this past quarter, even as many of them...

    22. September 30, 2009

      Brighter outlook from US finance chiefs

      The confidence of US finance chiefs in their companies' near-term fortunes surged this past quarter, even as many of them...

    23. September 9, 2009

      Is the aviation minister crying ‘Wolf’ on Air India?

      From Riding the Elephant blog At last it looks as if the government might be making a genuine effort to sort out the...

    24. September 4, 2009

      Comment: Death of Indian chief minister highlights country’s political contradictions

      From Riding the Elephant blog The life – and tragic death in a helicopter crash on September 2 – of Y.S.Rajasekhara Reddy,...

    25. August 13, 2009

      China aims to block India’s place in the sun

      From Riding the Elephant blog It’s probably the tip of the iceberg of China’s ambitions to thwart India’s emergence as a...

    26. August 4, 2009

      Britain’s futile war in Afghanistan

      From Riding the Elephant blog When I was in Britain in June, the country was consumed with a frenzy over how members of...

    27. July 9, 2009

      India’s shaky FDI rules need clarification

      From Riding the Elephant blog India’s foreign direct investment (FDI) rules are in a muddle that no one in the government...

    28. July 6, 2009

      India’s Budget lacks a reform agenda

      From Riding the Elephant blog When Sonia Gandhi, India’s Congress Party president and leader of the ruling United...

    29. June 3, 2009

      Nath inherits a muddy highways programme

      From Riding the Elephant blog India’s Ministry of Surface Transport is well known as a cash cow for the political party in...

    30. May 29, 2009

      Some good names in India’s new cabinet

      From Riding the Elephant blog There are some new and interesting names in the appointments announced this evening for...

    31. May 25, 2009

      India’s Bouncing Tycoons

      It is of course a coincidence, but the pace of corporate news in India is accelerating while the new government, whose...

    32. May 16, 2009

      Big win for Congress

      Where else in the world could you have a clear general election result within three hours of vote counting starting. India...

    33. April 27, 2009

      Opinion: Allegations of how the Communists rig elections

      I’ve just been in a rural part of West Bengal’s Barrackpur constituency hearing devastating criticism of the Communist Party...

    34. April 8, 2009

      Comment: Religious intolerance surfaces in India’s election

      It’s curious how the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty is having unintended and totally unexpected impacts on India’s general election...

    35. March 25, 2009

      Finance chiefs expect to breach loan covenants

      Almost 14 per cent of US finance chiefs expect to renegotiate or violate the terms of their companies' debt agreements...

    36. March 24, 2009

      Finance chiefs expect to breach loan covenants

      Almost 14 per cent of US finance chiefs expect to renegotiate or violate the terms of their companies’ debt agreements...

    37. March 23, 2009

      Comment: Why India does not need a Nano

      I’m travelling out of India so hadn’t intended to blog on the launch today of Tata’s tiny Nano car, but am doing so because,...

    38. March 16, 2009

      Indians unite in ‘no criminals’ in politics campaign

      At last some leading public personalities are attempting to clean up India’s crime-ridden political system. For years people...

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