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   Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri

Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri
Editor-in-Chief - The Sunday Indian


  
 


1 . Make the election process broad-based by making it accessible to the electorate. Only then would we keep getting Governments truly for the people, by the people and of the people
The Sunday Indian - [31/10/2010]
Last December, the state assembly of Gujarat passed a bill to make voting mandatory that bill is still to see a nod from the Governor. Revisiting the issue, L K Advani and Narendra Modi both recentl...Read More



2 . They call it philanthropy, I call it business sense!
The Sunday Indian - [17/10/2010]
Post liberalization, India has not only witnessed tremendous economic growth, but has also experienced something which was more of a distant dream pre-liberalization. With stock markets surging northw...Read More



3 . Mahatma Gandhi, the ultimate Marketing Guru!
The Sunday Indian - [10/10/2010]
Gandhi has been my favourite for seminars on leadership and management for years! In fact, in the last chapter of my first book Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch, I described him as the ultimate s...Read More



4 . If BJP plays its cards well, Kashmir could be its big chance to stage a return!
Arindam Chaudhuri, Editor-in-chief, The Sunday Indian
I still stand by my point that it is pointless to force Kashmiris at gunpoint to remain with India. It only triggers ill feeling.

More than a year ago, I wrote a cover story in this v...
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5 . Instead of creating such hype around commonwealth games, India should have long ago stopped participating in these slavish games
The Sunday Indian - [26/09/2010]
I really had decided to not write about the Commonwealth Games at all the reason is clear in the heading and I will elaborate soon enough! However, receiving too many mails and requests asking me wr...Read More





 
 
 
       
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