India Knowledge@Wharton

by Vinaya HS on November 2, 2006

in The SP Jain Blog

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Everyone everywhere is watching India. The newest pair of eyes being – India Knowledge@Wharton (http://www.ikw.in). I am yet to read the articles, but if previous newsletters from Knowledge@Wharton are anything to go by, this is a potential goldmine of information.

Here’s the official message.

We are pleased to announce the launch of India Knowledge @ Wharton (http://www.ikw.in) — the latest addition to Knowledge@Wharton’s fast growing network, which now numbers more than 750,000 subscribers worldwide.

The new site is free and published in English, and it will include articles that focus on India’s increasing importance to the global economy. The first issue features interviews with Indian finance minister P. Chidambaram and Ronojoy Dutta, former CEO of Air Sahara, in addition to a look at Tata Steel’s Corus takeover and stories on Indian real estate and the country’s burgeoning BPO film industry. Also, readers will find a special section on Indian non-profits.

We hope that you will visit India Knowledge @ Wharton and our other sites. In the meantime, thanks for being part of our extended network of readers.

– The Knowledge@Wharton Team




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