Aditya has helped Mittal Steel to get a strong foothold in Central Europe, Africa and US…

Noticeably, it’s not only about turning around sick companies, with varied competencies and characteristics, but also about integrating them companies under a single banner and bringing out the best in them. To substantiate Mittal’s knack of spotting opportunities further, he has already spotted the changing balance of power from the west to the east. And it’s quite obvious in his recent bullishness towards India and China, that he will not tolerate any force which curbs his plans to expand in these countries. Although, L.N. Mittal started all alone in 1974, but today his family is all for him. His son Aditya Mittal, President & CFO of Mittal Steel Company, was amongst the key decision-makers in the company’s bid for Arcelor. After joining his father’s business in 1997, Aditya has helped Mittal Steel to get a strong foothold in Central Europe, Africa and US – and this has led to Mittal Steel becoming the world’s largest steel producer. These acquisitions include Polskie Huty Stali in Poland, Nova Hut in Czech
Republic, Sidex in Romania, Annaba in Algeria, Iscor in South Africa and International Steel Group in the US. Certainly, at present, there seems no force capable of stopping the Mittals in their endeavor to alter the face of global steel industry!
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Primary education as a mission under the banner of ‘Bharti Foundation’

The humongous investment is claimed to be the largest single foreign investment to be ever made in the history of
India. The strategic intent here? Answers the chairman “The tie-up is to take the company to the next level, as it stands on the threshold of being an Asian telecom powerhouse.” The group also flaunts its social interests pretty well – Sunil had announced a donation of Rs. 200 crores to support primary education system in the country. Says Sunil, “We have picked primary education as a mission under the banner of ‘Bharti Foundation.’ ” Not limiting his plans to the telecom business alone, he has also forayed into the financial services by tying up with Axa Life Insurance. The chief entrepreneur is also in talks with retail giants like Tesco, Walmart to foray into the retail industry with a big bang. These apart, the group plans to foray into food processing, infrastructure and retail. Given the business acumen displayed in carving a world-class brand out of Airtel and even Bharti group as a whole, it’ll be no surprise to see him as an the future iconic wealth creator of the country.

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December 6, 2006 at 11:27 am 4 comments

Perform a SWOT on yourself…

Where self awareness is lacking, stress can dramatically increase and sabotage productivity levels. The situation worsens when an employee starts looking for the problems outside of him/her, instead of looking inside. So, what’s the solution? If you indeed want to find a solution, here’s how you go about it! First of all, get to know yourself. Know what you want to be and achieve in life, and compare that with what you are and what you’re doing. Gerard says, “This is not a therapy, and you may not think that something’s wrong with you. This is just a process of coaching, and you can coach yourself.” To begin with, perform a SWOT on yourself. SWOT is a personal strength, weakness, threat and opportunity (SWOT) analysis and that, according to Gerard “should clear the clouds of doubts and give you some clear indicators of what you’re best at and what you should pursue.” After the SWOT, if you think you’re on the right job, perhaps, you need to check if you’ve lost control on the pace of your life.

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Where self awareness is lacking, stress can dramatically increase and sabotage productivity levels. The situation worsens when an employee starts looking for the problems outside of him/her, instead of looking inside. So, what’s the solution? If you indeed want to find a solution, here’s how you go about it! First of all, get to know yourself. Know what you want to be and achieve in life, and compare that with what you are and what you’re doing. Gerard says, “This is not a therapy, and you may not think that something’s wrong with you. This is just a process of coaching, and you can coach yourself.” To begin with, perform a SWOT on yourself. SWOT is a personal strength, weakness, threat and opportunity (SWOT) analysis and that, according to Gerard “should clear the clouds of doubts and give you some clear indicators of what you’re best at and what you should pursue.” After the SWOT, if you think you’re on the right job, perhaps, you need to check if you’ve lost control on the pace of your life.

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Impassioned!

Briefly brilliant and suddenly truncated, their lives were like shooting stars. Superficially, the Romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley and the 1960s music icon Jimi Hendrix seem poles apart. After all, the former was born into an elite English family, while the latter was of a mixed descent (African-American, Native American and Caucasian) and grew up in a Seattle home filled with adultery, alcoholism and poverty. Search deeper and you know that both icons were heart-breakers who fell in and out of love at the snap of a finger and shared a don’t-give-a-damn attitude and conspicuous talent in their fields that enamoured subsequent generations. Despite being born 150 years apart, Shelley and Hendrix had a common philosophy of life and were the poster children of rebellion, free love and anti-establishmentarianism in their times. Born in England after Europe had witnessed the French Revolution, Shelley incorporated the Revolution’s libertine ideas in his life and scandalized English society with his unorthodoxy. Despite dismissing the institution of marriage, he eloped twice, both times with 16 year olds.

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September 19, 2006 at 6:30 am Leave a comment

Montblanc Boheme Royal Fountain Pen

7,682,815 INR 

Screaming ‘extravagant’ without being the bling bling variety of kitsch – that’s Montblanc Bohème Royal Fountain Pen. A cartridgebased fountain pen, the Montblanc is set with 1,430 diamonds! The nib is plated with 18 karat platinum gold, the barrel, the ring and the clip – all made of white gold. It comes in two versions – white diamonds and the other that includes black diamonds as well. Both are stunning; but you sure won’t lend this pen ever!

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September 18, 2006 at 10:54 am 2 comments

Iraq war kills one more…politically (IIPM News Article)

Natwar must resign; or prepare for a humiliating exit sooner than…

It’s finally curtains for the former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh. After being indicted by the Justice R. S. Pathak commission, the Congress stalwart seems to have hit a dead end. He was hoping for a clean chit from Justice Pathak who was asked by the government to authenticate findings of United Nation’s Paul Volcker commission (Volcker had named Natwar, his son Jagat and the Congress party as being non contractual beneficiaries of multi-national oil for food scam in Iraq). Natwar’s hopes were dashed as Justice Pathak, in his 110-page report, indicted him for misusing his position as Minister for External Affairs to help Jagat’s friend Andaleeb Sehgal in landing oil contracts from Iraq during Saddam Hussain’s regime. The report, though, gave a clean chit to the Congress, which too had been named by the Volcker Commission. The opposition is already baying for his blood. Argues BJP General Secretary Arun Jaitley, “Like Bofors inquiry, the government should follow the money trail in Oil for Food scam by ordering a CBI inquiry or a Joint Parliametary Committee (JPC). We are not satisfied with Pathak commission’s report.” The Pathak Commission, however, was unable to trace the money trail, giving Natwar Singh a legal leeway. Such loopholes notwithstanding, sensing the opposition’s mood, the Congress has already distanced itself from Natwar, especially with his more recent belligerent attitude of moving a privilege motion in Rajya Sabha against the Prime Minister. For Natwar Singh, the wisdom clearly lies in leaving the party, before he is humiliatingly thrown out. Of course, his talks with opposition parties will ensure his future political progress, and not necessarily within the Congress. Natwar needn’t worry; such controversies India has seen a dime a dozen, and with the memory that illiterate masses are blessed with, he could as well nurture ambitions of being the PM one day!

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