1. Late last year, the police arrested an
expatriate Finn and his Indian girlfriend after neighbors
complained that they played pornographic movies much too
loudly. How loud does Indian law allow us to play our blue
movies? Or religious music for that matter?
2. Back in the May 30, 2005 issue of Businessworld
(subsequently reproduced in the August 2005 issue of Ensouth),
we had proposed that a management take over clause may be
the only way to protect the client in a cross border BPO. We
now examine a case where a 'hostile' business takeover
succeeded despite political odds.
3. Late last year, priests declined to permit a converted
Hindu wife from entering a temple. Can religious
institutions control who may worship at their temples?
4. This issue concludes the three week road journey from
Manali into Ladakh and out through Kashmir. Part IV of this
journey now covers the voyage of discovery in the Shyok
valley, the northern most in India, Pangong Tso, the second
highest salt water lake in the world and the exit through
5. Finally, in continuance of the successful interactions we
have had with the business community so far, we share with
you our workshop schedule for the next two months.