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Latest Articles in Nandan Nilekani

Rebooting Corporate India?

To lift corporate India into a higher trajectory of growth, bank lending has to restart. Private investment has dropped precipitously over the past three years. Capital formation is down. The sa vings rate has sagged. All of these point to weak consumer demand and cash-strapped corporates

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Chanda Kochhar Controversy : A Profitable String Of Coincidences

Chanda must factor this in the equation in the interest of the institution she manages and more importantly of which she is the face

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Chiki Sarkar's Juggernaut Strikes A Chord With Bibliophiles

In order to enhance her reader base, her firm will also introduce regional books and writers on its platform in the near term

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As Safe As A Bank!

The idiom has lost its meaning. The Nirav Modis of the world have shown how easy it is to short circuit internal controls and processes in our banks

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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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Infosys: Demi Gods Too Have Feet Of Clay

Leadership is about not allowing differences to become intractable disputes

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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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