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    Fly To The Sky [Letters,To,The,Editor]

    2019-05-31  红叶文摘网  本文已影响   字号:T|T

      Starting or Stopping?  The cover story (Push to Start, September 30) was most interesting. Stray reports on start-ups are often seen in the media, but this consolidated coverage of the great mindset change taking place among seed funds and angel investor firms was most enlightening. But there seemed to be a distinct difference of tone between the cover story and the column that followed it. While your report is gung ho, your columnist says “in the last decade, entrepreneurial activity has declined”due to various factors. So what is really happening? Sudhir Sonalkar, Mumbai
      Banking Colossus
      Your profile of SBI Chairman Pratip Chaudhuri (The Elephant Trumpets, September 30) had a befitting headline. Though brief, the write up was great. It is no exaggeration to say that Chaudhuri is indisputably numero uno among banking professionals in India. He has assiduously improved the organisational efficiency of SBI with his innovative and humane approach. He has reduced interest rates, simplified procedures at loan centres, restructured the modalities of repayment, modernised services and looked after employee welfare. It is very rare to find such committed personalities. B. Rajasekaran, Bangalore
      Worthy Words
      The cover story (The Best Advice I Ever Got, September 16) was really an inspiring one. I expect Business Today to come up with more such advice, especially from India’s top women top corporate leaders. The most interesting aspect of the advice offered was that it stemmed from the life experiences of top CEOs. One piece of advice I found very different from all others was Glenn Saldanha’s: “Marry the right person.” Not every person is lucky enough to end up marrying the right person. That is life. But the advice deserves applause. P.K. Kani, Chennai
      Your issue (September 16) featuring the best advice was absolutely fabulous. Being a banker myself, I always draw inspiration from K.V. Kamath. He is an outstanding Indian banker who could actually perceive in the early 1990s how Indian banking would be 10 years down the line, and quickly put in place mechanisms to cope with the challenges. The way he transformed the erstwhile Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India from a development financial institution into a commercial banking entity and a financial superpower house (ICICI Bank) is truly admirable. Congratulations for a great issue. Srinivasan Umashankar, Nagpur
      Coal Sweat
      If you find Soot at Sight (September 30) the best way to deal with it is to clean it up. Coal India is a failure. As for the scam, as exposed by the CAG report, there is nothing wrong in allotting coal to private parties. But it should be done in a proper way, that is in a transparent manner that benefits the country. We should be able to reap the full benefit of our coal resources to solve our power problem as far as possible. Jacob Sahayam, Thiruvananthapuram

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