Monthly Archives: April 2010

Dr. Prahalad Found a Fortune at the Bottom – and Shared it with the World

Last week, the world lost a great mind.  Dr. Coimbatore Krishnarao Prahalad, better known as CK, was highly regarded as one of the most intellectually gifted consultants and professors in the world of international business.  His contributions to academia and … Continue reading

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How Shashi Tharoor Discovered India’s Third Rail: Cricket

Shashi Tharoor has long been in the public eye – either by virtue of his public service, or his media-savvy and occasionally controversial ways.  He has served in many capacities, including the United Nations Under-Secretary General for Communications and Public … Continue reading

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I know what you did last summer…and will do again this summer!

It’s summer time!  Hot in the city, for sure!  And those in India who can, should get out of town for a brief reprieve. Included in India in the privileged group that can head out are some of our nation’s … Continue reading

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Why I Launched the India Inspires Photo Contest

The name “India” conjures up a cornucopia of images in the minds of Indians and Americans alike.  And in recent years these images have likely changed dramatically for both groups.  I pondered what images best represent modern India recently when … Continue reading

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