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Sudha Murty: We are not an equal society

Her eyes crinkle as she speaks; a smile is never far away.Though she speaks in a rush -- words tumbling over each other in a race to save time or keep up with her thoughts -- she is unfailingly......

Sudha Murty: India has not been united for 2,000 years

Sudha Murty worries that India has still not learnt its lessons from history, she tells Rediff.com's Savera R Someshwar.Videos: Afsar Datayar/Rediff.com Part 1: Sudha Murty: We are not an equal......

Judge Sri Srinivasan, best of America and India

The first Indian-origin federal judge in the United States is India Abroad Person of the Year 2013 President Barack Obama calls him one of his “favourite people.” Justice Sandra Day......

Murty's $5.2 m grant for Harvard's Indian series

Three years from now, when the Harvard University Press, a major publisher of nonfiction, scholarly and general interest books, marks its 100th anniversary, it will also publish the first book in......

Rohan Murty, the master of many trades

Over home-cooked food, Rohan Murty tells Rahul Jacob he is fascinated by history and ancient texts, and about his efforts to measure productivity in software companies, such as Infosys. IMAGE:......

Ranganath Mavinakere: The man behind Infosys' successful comeback

"There was not a single decision that I took during my second tenure without discussing it with Ranga and getting valuable input from him," says Narayana Murthy. IMAGE: Ranganath D Mavinakere.......

7 Indians feature in Forbes Asia's Heroes of Philanthropy list

  Image: Sunny Varkey. Photograph: Rediff Archives Seven Indians feature in Forbes Asia's ninth Heroes of Philanthropy list, highlighting most noteworthy contributions to philanthropy from......

For Make in India to succeed, stop wasting crores on useless manpower, Mr PM

The deployment of CISF guards at airports for useless rubber-stamping costs Rs 1,200 crore (Rs 12 billion) annually in wasted manpower, paper and ink, notes Rahul Jacob. Image: Prime Minister......

India's job market is ailing, do we have a remedy?

Growth in the future must come from increasing physical capital per worker and ensuring workers are better educated and better trained, says Rahul Jacob. It is a sight typical of departure gates at......

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