* Neccesity is the mother of invention.
* UN's role in Iraq war.
* India should insist on VETO power at UN.
* Pollution control is a luxury for India.
* Engineers joining management is a national waste.
* New Delhi should not be the capital of India.
* The UN has not served any purpose in the last decade.
* GDs as a means of selection by the IIMs are a farce.
* TV commercials should be banned.
* To survive in the civilized world one needs to be hypocrite.
* Money is the sixth sense without which one cannot enjoy the other five.
* Efficiency and corruption go hand in hand.
* The government should stop funding the IITs and the IIMs and, instead, divert the funds to primary education.
* Profit is the only business of business.
* Indian economy is in shambles.
* Management education is a luxury for India* Ends justify the means.
* Underdevelopment - fate, mismanagement or oppression?
* Corruption is an economic lubricant, and hence may not be all that bad.
* Opposition to privatization will affect India's financial future.
* Political crisis and the Indian economy.
* The pen is mightier than the sword, but fanaticism is the mightiest of all.
* Industrial growth in the next millennium will depend a lot on how we tackle the environmental issues.
* Food comes first, ethics later. (www.UrPercentile.com)
* Talk of social responsibility in the private sector is sheer hypocrisy.
* Is greed an essential human quality?
* Country needs more technocrats and less managers.
* Will computerization make a robot of all human beings?
* Women make better managers than men.
* Violence is a prerequisite for progress.
* Religious fundamentalism is more dangerous than regionalism.
* International embargo: the US is going too far.
* Science, and not rhetoric, underpins the National Policy.
* All education should be exclusively provided by the government.
* Growth and integrity are poles apart.
* Success comes not so much by solving problems as by exploiting opportunities.
* Higher education in India should be privatized.
* Coke and Pepsi should be driven out of India.
* Women empowerment is the basis for social development.
* Has the time come to eradicate nuclear weapons?
* No one studies for an MBA. Everyone studies for a job.
* Change what you can. Accept what you cannot.
* India should be reorganised into smaller states.
* Government should reduce defence expenditure and spend more on social sector.
* Human rights impedes economic programme. (www.UrPercentile.com)
* Should we legalise drugs and alcohol consumption in India
* Can religion be kept out of politics?
* Management education should make job seekers into job creators.
* What will the next budget be like?
* Managerial skills learnt from classroom can never match those learnt from experience.
* Has the Indian political structure outlived its utility?
* Nature can fulfill man's need but can not his greed.
* Do computers dehumanize society?
* Is the job of a manager to do the right things or to do things rightly?
* Subsidies for higher studies should be done away with.
* Knowledge is the awareness of one's ignorance.
* Religion is a private matter and should be no concern of the state.
* Virtue has its own reward.