Opinion  /  Published 14.02.22

Letters to the Editor: Even Pide Piper’s music cannot rid Indians of their lack of civic sense

Turn a deaf ear Sir — The Pied Piper was known for ridding Hamelin of rats with his music from his flute. Perhaps this is what inspired Taiwan — once called ‘garbage island’ ...

Education  /  Published 12.10.21

Something to do

Two Stanford [University] students, tasked with a final for an economics class, made a dating questionnaire that aimed to illuminate the factors governing the romantic market. They playfully called it...
By Sandra E. Garcia

World  /  Published 22.03.19

Rajat is unrepentant

Rajat Gupta had been moved to a larger part of the prison when he came face to face with his nemesis, Raj Rajaratnam.Rajaratnam, a disgraced hedge fund manager, had not always been Gupta’s nemesis. ...
By Andrew Ross Sorkin/New York Times in New York

Books  /  Published 30.03.19

I made a mistake. I should have told my story

By Rajat Gupta

Business  /  Published 26.03.19

Bad call not to testify: Rajat Gupta

Rajat Gupta, the India-born former managing director of McKinsey, believes that not testifying at his high-profile insider-trading trial was a “bad call” and regrets not taking the stand in his de...
By PTI in New York

Opinion  /  Published 24.05.19

The high cost of poor land titling

Imagine this — as of 2018, two-thirds of all cases pending in civil courts in India relate to land, with each one taking around 20 years on an average to conclude. A recent McKinsey report suggested...
By Nitin Sangwan

Opinion  /  Published 09.04.19

Rajat Gupta’s memoir: the biggest gamble

Gupta’s book, written over two years, tackles multiple themes. There is betrayal and hurt by close friends and institutions, particularly one, McKinsey & Co., the global consulting giant that he...
By D. N. Mukerjea


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