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Omkar Goswami

Articles by Omkar Goswami

Lead Beacons Atop The Temple

Lead Beacons Atop The Temple

Mar 23, 2017 Omkar Goswami

If there have been ten outstanding CEOs who lent a special shine to corporate India, here is my take. Each an...

League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen

League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Apr 04, 2005 Omkar Goswami

The last decade has seen a great entrepreneurial churn and the number of new businesses striding to the top...

When The Eyes Locked In

When The Eyes Locked In

Jul 22, 2002 Omkar Goswami ON Dhirubhai Ambani

I'll never forget Dhirubhai's parallel processing mind and the eyes that took in everything

Parsley On The Fish

Parsley On The Fish

Aug 16, 1999 Omkar Goswami

Majority of outside directors on boards of Indian companies are mere rubber stamps.

The Mili-Juli Myth

The Mili-Juli Myth

Jun 07, 1999 Omkar Goswami

Multi-party coalitions cannot last. Seven sour experiments are enough to trash the concept to the dustbin.

Another Indian Holy Cow

Another Indian Holy Cow

Apr 26, 1999 Omkar Goswami

Our bankruptcy laws and procedures protect inefficient companies at the expense of workers and secured...

The Time Machine

The Time Machine

Dec 14, 1998 Omkar Goswami

We need a machine to take these worthies to the time they truly belong, with the dinosaurs.

Are We Missing The Bus?

Are We Missing The Bus?

Nov 30, 1998 Omkar Goswami

No point offering a trip to the moon when the fuel tank is empty. It's better to be realistic.

Why Davos Beckons

Why Davos Beckons

Nov 16, 1998 Omkar Goswami

It would be penny wise, pound foolish for Vajpayee to ignore Davos just so as to set a cost-cutting example.

US-64: Time To Mature

US-64: Time To Mature

Nov 02, 1998 Omkar Goswami

US-64's governance problems may be serious, but not enough for small investors to pull out.

Only Trickle-Down Won't Do

Only Trickle-Down Won't Do

Oct 12, 1998 Omkar Goswami

No country has achieved a long term growth of 7 per cent or more with widespread illiteracy

When Medicine-Men Failed

When Medicine-Men Failed

Sep 28, 1998 Omkar Goswami

Nobody really knows what medicine will work for East Asia. What we do know is that traditional prescriptions...

Egg On Our Faces

Egg On Our Faces

Sep 14, 1998 Omkar Goswami

Bizarre nation this. Cigarettes aren't infrastructure. So, our government allows 100 per cent foreign direct...

New Conscripts For Two Generals

New Conscripts For Two Generals

Aug 31, 1998 Omkar Goswami

Montek wanted to think and write. Now he can wield the pen. N.K. Singh isn't much of a writer, and he will...