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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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The Bisara village tragedy has made it clearly evident how injurious it would be to ignore the antics of the Leftist lobby. Prominent secular columnists, intellectuals and worthies are informing the nation that in India, there is no love for the cow; it is only a ploy to express hatred against Muslims. Simple: Indians (read majority, the Hindus) are hate-mongers and are using the cow to denigrate and persecute the minorities (read Muslims). The cow is only a tool, forget all about astha, love and worship! These things have no meaning for intellectual and political heirs of Marx, Lenin and Mao. They believe in long-term strategies that serve their ideological pursuits.
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