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Dipak C. Jain says he spends more time in air than on ground, jokingly referring to the United Airlines and American Airlines as being his home. His travels are making him feel more and more like a global citizen, which resonates well with his job. Jain is the dean of INSEAD (Institut Europeen d’Administration des Affaires)...

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Shoot for the stars - Pioneer
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Sports: 1970s & now - Ashok Malik, Asian Age
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Yoga is India’s finest gift to humanity - Murli Manohar Joshi, Sunday Guardian
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Queen Elizabeth II, 63 years in 63 pictures - BBC
Return of the king: Pelé returns to India after 38 years - Boria Majumdar, Economic Times
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