Hitler: Not the Right Management Guru for India

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There was disturbing report at the beginning of the week which said that Mein Kampf was flying off the bookshelves in New Delhi, fueled by demand from students "who see it as a self-improvement and management strategy guide for aspiring business leaders, and who were happy to cite it as an inspiration."

I don't think so.

In my view, this is merely the latest round in the political extremism which is being fomented by groups like the BJP and thugs like Varun Gandhi.

When politicians use race, religion, and background to divide people and win votes, you know we're in a bad place. It doesn't matter if it's the Republicans or the BJP using these tactics, it's just plain evil.

We don't need another Sanjay Gandhi.

There are plenty of candidates out there vying to be India's Hitler. The question is: where is India's Obama?

Tata Nano or not, India still has a long way to go to get to Satyameva Jayate

Will a real Gandhi please stand up?

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