Archive for: November 2014

The Practicing Economist: Whose black money is it anyway?

The issue of black money gives rise to a great deal of emotion in a country like India. The origins of this sentimental twist with the destiny and destination of unaccounted wealth can be traced to our semi-socialist past and a general sense of economic deprivation that prevailed in India during the first five decades of independence.

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Sundeep Bedi
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Impact of Champion’s Tennis League.

The Champions Tennis League (CTL) is an initiative started in India to promote tennis as a sport in our nation. It is the brainchild of retired Indian tennis star Vijar Amritraj and is styled according to the Indian Premier League. It is one of the various championship leagues started in India, with the Indian Super League ( Football) and World Kabbadi League being others. Continue Reading..


Saurav Roy
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26/11: Heroic memories of a Vincent’s warrior.

It was just another day of school. However, one that would change the way each one of us looked at the world. We all walked into school wondering as to how could such a thing be even remotely possible? How can a small group of men walk into our country and hold it hostage without any qualms? November 26, 2008 will remain etched in the heart of every Indian and especially the heart of every Vincentian as the day when the ‘Idea of India’ was challenged. Needless to say, India showed the world that why we as a country are too unique to let anyone harm our identity. Continue Reading..


Ziauddin Sherkar
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Ziauddin Sherkar