OCTOBER 10, 2004
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India's Best B-schools
The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, makes significant gains, five new entrants make the list of 30, 20 schools slip some, and India's first and only ranking of B-schools based on recruiter, wannabe-MBA, MBA student, functional head, and young executive perceptions proves why it makes sense to be just so. A BT-ACNielsen ORG-MARG study.

To B Or Not To B?
Sanjiv Lamba does not have an MBA—he is a chartered accountantand at 39, is one of the youngest CEOs in the country. He is also one of Business Today's Hottest Young Executives (2004). So, do you need an MBA at all? Read More

India's Only Global B-school
A selection process that is arguably the toughest in the world, and two years of sequestered academics makes IIM-Ahmedabad, the country's best B-school. Read More

The X Factor

XLRI's focus on values and relationships makes it different from others. Read More

India's Best B-schools
An alphabetical directory of the schools that made it through phase I of the BT-ACNielsen ORG-MARG study. Read More

The Best B-schools: A Numerical Analysis

Methodology
The BT-ACNielsen ORG-MARG survey was conducted in two phases to arrive at a ranking of the top 30 B-schools. Read More

Riding The Infrastructure Boom
A booming domestic market for infrastructure has got the cash registers ringing for dozens of big and small engineering and construction companies. more...

BT Round Table
Ram Charan, CEOs of Fortune 100 companies, Anu Aga of Thermax, Marico Industries' Harsh Mariwala, Egon Zehnder's R. Vasudeva discuss the businesses and succession planning.
more...

60 Minutes
Michael Marks, CEO of the $14.5-billion Flextronics, speaks to BT on why hardware manufacture is not his company's focus
in India. more...

The Dash For Gas
Uncertainty over oil prices and stricter environmental regulations have prompted a clutch of energy majors to bet big on the cheaper and cleaner natural gas. more...

The Power Puff Herald
At a glittering ceremony held at the Taj Land's End, Mumbai, the 25 women picked by BT in its annual listing The 25 Most Powerful Women In Indian Business were felicitated by Sheila Dikshit, the Chief Minister of Delhi. more...

 
 

The iPod Effect
Now you see it, now you don't. All sub-visible phenomena have this mysterious quality to them. Sub-visible not just because Apple's hot new sensation, the handy little iPod, makes its physical presence felt so discreetly. But also because it's an audio wonder more than anything else. Expect more and more handheld gizmos to turn musical.

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Panasonic
What route other than musical would Panasonic take, even for a phone handset, into consumer mindspace?


If Know Them Better You Must...
Go online for detailed profiles of The 25 Most Powerful Women In Indian Business. For that's the odd thing about power. No matter how well you think you've understood it, there's always something more that you would want to know. Do log on.

Q&A: Montek Singh Ahluwalia
The celebrated Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission speaks to BT Online on the shape of post-liberalisation planning to come. What prompted his return to India, what exactly is the Commission up to, what panchayats mean to India's future, and yes, the relevance of Planning in the market era.
 

Living Life EMI Size
Whew! Equated monthly instalments on
Salsa classes? That, and a whole lot
more.
more...
 

The Business Of B-Schools
Every year, some two dozen B-schools get set up. Just what makes the MBA industry so lucrative a business? more...
 
Ultimate Striving Machine
A book on what it took for Toyota to create brand Lexus, and other books on the Indian determination to take on stiffer challenges. more...
 

Ars Gratia Artis
Why has Mumbai businessman G.S.
Srivastava entered into a Mufid--Aam
with M.F. Husain? No, it is not for a
movie.
more...

People
Starring Colvyn Harris of Contract Advertising, Nasser Munjee, Sam Balsara of Madison Communication, Manish Kejriwal of Bajaj Auto, and Smiti Ruia of Time Out magazine
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Leadership Secrets by Antony Jacob

Out Of The Blue, Into The Grey
Its global acquisition by WPP hasn't affected Grey Worldwide India yet, but that will change.
more...

A Long, Winding Road
Vajpayee's intentions were noble, but building a highway network has its humps.
more...

Should Press Note 18 Be Dumped?
Does it stall foreign investment, or does it protect investors?
more...

Fireworks On D-Street
An unexpected bull run surprises many.

more...

Can We Talk?
Pre-placement talks at B-schools are taking the last part very seriously now.
Help, Tarun!
The Summer Of '69
Deviation Dreams
more...

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