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The Beetle & The Elephant

The government is not good at running schools, private management will help. It should get help of competent NGOs, large corporate houses, and also learn from charter school systems in the US and elsewhere

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Airtel Acquires Strategic Stake in Online Platform Juggernaut Books

Juggernaut's former investors include Infosys cofounder and current chairman, Nandan Nilekani and Boston Consulting Group India CEO Neeraj Aggarwal.

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Happy With Salil Parekh's Appointment As The CEO: Infosys Founder Narayana Murthy

Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy today expressed satisfaction at the appointment of Salil S Parekh as the new CEO and MD of the company.

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The Infosys Saga

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) must evaluate India’s governance doctrine in the light of the boardroom upheaval at Infosys

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Five Possible Contenders Who Could Succeed Vishal Sikka

We did a quick scan and also spoke to some industry experts to see who would possibly fit into the shoes of Sikka. The obvious names are those of the founders – N R Narayana Murthy and Nandan Nilekani

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Is Narayana Murthy Behind Vishal Sikka’s Resignation?

Sikka had performed better than the previous CEOs though he didn't get an outstanding run as the CEO. Narayan Murthy didn't say anything openly against Sikka but it is pretty clear that he resigned due to the ongoing brawl with the Infosys founder

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Why Vishal Sikka Resigned: Rumours So Far And All We Know

Vishal Sikka has resigned as the MD and CEO of India's second largest IT services firm Infosys. A look at what we know so far

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GST Is A Disruptive Change And Tribute To India's Democracy: Prez

Calling the GST a "disruptive change", President Pranab Mukherjee tonight said the ambitious central tax is a "tribute" to the maturity and wisdom of India's democracy, as he recalled steps taken during his own tenure as Finance Minister on this key reform measure.

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What’s In A Number?

In Gurgaon, Mary Karkatia has a problem. She cannot prove she exists — legally. Mary does not have a birth certificate, a passport, a voter ID card, a PAN card or any other government document. She was born in an obscure village near Ranchi and her birth was never registered. Most of her family are now dead. Working as a domestic help, Mary has accumulated more than Rs 2 lakh in savings with her employer. But she cannot open a bank account because she has no documentation that can meet a bank's KYC (know-your-customer) norms.

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