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Rajat Gupta

“The Unluckiest Man In The World?”

Feb 27, 2013 Sandipan Deb

An extract from the best-selling book on the trial of the former Goldman Sachs director who has been ordered to pay USD 6.2 million to his former employer for legal expenses in the insider trading case

'Greed Connects The Two Books'

Jan 28, 2013 Sundeep Dougal

'I myself found it difficult to believe that the same person had written both of them!' says former Outlook Managing Editor Sandipan Deb on two of his books released in quick succession.


Rajat Gupta’s Travails Are Far From Over

The former Goldman Sachs director is appealing the convictions, but generally appeals don’t go in favour of the defendant unless the appellate court finds an egregious malfeasance of justice. A failed appeal can be doubly damaging:

' I Have Lost My Reputation'

Oct 25, 2012 Rajat Gupta

Full text of the statement read out by the former head of McKinsey in court, before the sentence for two years jail term for insider trading was announced.


'Must Not One Judge The Man As A Whole?'

The US district court judge explained that while giving Rajat Gupta a lighter sentence of two years, he wanted to ensure that others must "be made to understand that when you get caught, you will go to jail"

23 October, 2007

'An Unfinished Agenda'

Manmohan Singh

Given the nature of competitive politics and the very fractured mandates given to governments, it has become difficult sometimes for us to do what is manifestly obvious.


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Fishermen fishing from Kumari dam as it overflowing following heavy rain in Kanyakumari district.

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Union External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar is greeted by the officials on his arrival in Israel.

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Commuters wade through amid heavy rain in Gurugram.

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People play instruments during Kullu Dussehra, in Kullu.

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BJP Yuva Morcha workers protest against the alleged attack on the ISKCON temple at Bangladesh, in front of Vivekananda House in Kolkata.

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The Negotiator: Rakesh Tikait Is The Glue Holding Farmers’ Agitation Together

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Kashmir/Violence

Kashmir Minority Killings A Throwback To The Terrifying 90s

Outwardly peaceful, Kashmir has seen a spate of civilian killings in recent weeks. A silent unease has now exploded into fear and concern after the shooting of minorities.

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Kashmir Minority Killings A Throwback To The Terrifying 90s

Opinion

Virat Kohli’s Abrasive Leadership Style Gave Indian Cricket A New Dimension

Virat Kohli will step down as T20 captain of India and RCB but that will not take away the fact that he remains a unique leader

Sep 20, 2021 Arijit Ghosh

Taliban: What’s Next For The International Community?

With all foreign soldiers out of Afghanistan, the Taliban is now in a position to do pretty much what it wants.

Sep 13, 2021 Seema Guha

Rising Challenges Of Plagiarism In The Era Of Online Education

It can be a crucial stepping stone to develop young minds to appreciate the importance of practising honesty throughout their academic journey and lay the foundations for successful professional careers.

Sep 12, 2021 Chaitali Moitra

Vaccine Mandates Harm Long-Term Public Health

One can be pro-religion, but against coerced religion; one can be pro-vaccines, but against coercion and mandates

Sep 12, 2021 Kameswari Chebrolu