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In his book (Code Name God - The Spiritual Odyssey of a Man of Science; Penguin Books; Pages 222; Rs. 150), the US-based scientist Mani Bhaumik, one of the pioneers of the excimer laser, which made cornea-sculpting surgery possible, writes poignantly about his high-octane ‘mud-to-marble’ story in America. Like Fitzgerald’s ‘Great Gatsby’, Bhaumik sought to wipe out all traces of the poor immigrant...
Sucheta Dalal on Dignity Foundation’s stellar work among senior citizens
Sometime in the early 1990s, when I was at the Times of India, Mumbai, I used to hear an animated discussion in the next cubicle about plans for the first ever magazine for senior citizens between my colleague Vithal Nadkarni and a lady who was the moving force behind the plan. I was briefly introduced to Dr. Sheilu...
Issuers are not supposed to talk of their plans before the IPOs. Will it make a difference?
Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) wants to gag companies planning to raise money through public issues. They will not be allowed to discuss information that is likely to hint about the future prospects. What does this mean? It means that companies will not able to issue a series of...