A 4G Mantra for Corporate Governance

Consistent growth, profitable growth, competitive growth and responsible growth: Sanjiv Mehta, Chairman and MD of Hindustan Unilever Ltd. believes profit and sustainability go together Sanjiv [...]

Speaking for peace

Rotary Peace Scholar Retd. Justice Roshan Dalvi threw light on the nature of peace and its importance in society There is a need to look for peace, not only between countries but also between [...]

We are our biggest enemies

Raveena Tandon makes an appeal: Save Mumbai’s green lungs, SGNP and Aarey Milk Colony Raveena Tandon, brand ambassador of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP), addressed the Rotary Club of [...]


Find your purpose, revisit your goals, exhorted Hon. Rtn. Anand Mahindra in his speech last Tuesday Businessman and humanitarian extraordinaire, Anand Mahindra, Honorary Member of the Rotary Club [...]

Stay curious

A pioneer in the field of chemical engineering, Prof. M. M. Sharma asks inventors to think laterally and investors to encourage blue sky research ‘Increasing use of technology has caused rapid [...]

Guardians of the city

The onus to have a conscience falls upon architects, to do what is right for the environment around them Architect Brinda Somaya’s name stands at the forefront of leaders from her profession who [...]

RIPE Mark Maloney writes back

Dear Club President Vijay Jatia, Many thanks to you and the Rotary Club of Bombay for your warm hospitality last month during our trip to Mumbai. It was wonderful to meet with local Rotarians and [...]

The view from ground zero

Decorated Army officer, Lt General Syed Ata Hasnain talks political threats, competition and lays out the real deal A second-generation Army officer, Lt General Syed Ata Hasnain, PVSM, UYSM, [...]

We citizens have to wake up

We have to reduce our dependence on external agencies and every Indian must do what he and she can, emphasised renowned philanthropist, investment banker, equity market guru and thought leader [...]

Tales of legend

There is more to David Sassoon than a statue and a library; Prof. Shaul Sapir separates myth and fact going all the way back to the opium trade LAST TUESDAY, ON NOVEMBER 6TH, Prof. Shaul Sapir [...]