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Akash Prakash

Akash Prakash: Not the only game in town
Akash Prakash

India needs to up its game, because the other emerging markets are upping theirs

Shyamal Majumdar

Shyamal Majumdar: The lone wolf syndrome
Shyamal Majumdar

Modern workplaces may ignore loners but if given time and space, these introverts can come up with ideas that work beautifully

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Sunanda Mehta: BJP's great leap back on the nuclear deal
Sunanda Mehta

The party vociferously opposed the deal when in opposition. Now, it appears to be only too keen to embrace it. What has changed?