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                25 years from now, poverty should be in museums

                What is the Great Indian Dream about? Indians seem lo be losing faith in our great nation and unfortunately in India we know more about the great American dream more than anything else. The Great Indian Dream is an attempt to show the common man that, given a political will,…

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                • New Delhi
                • Sunday, 11 August 2013
                • The Times of India

                The Great Prof. Chaudhuri Dream!

                He did not want lo wrilea book thai would be read by 1500 people. So. he waited for many a summer. Then one day when his best was behind him, youth but a fading memory and a golden autumn a reality, he discovered that his son had written a book…

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                • New Delhi
                • Wednesday, 07 August 2013
                • The Hindu

                Motivational Gurus back with new formulae

                TWO MOTIVATIONAL gurus -Shiv Khera and Arindam Chaudhuri are back with their recipes to fight the odds. On August 6. President APJ Abdul Kalam will release Shiv Khera's new book Living With Honour (Rs 275) in New Delhi. Arindam Chaudhuri's Great Indian Dream (Rs 295) will hit the market on…

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                • New Delhi
                • Tuesday, 06 August 2013
                • The Hindustan Times

                We can do it

                Management guru Arindam Chaudhuri heads one of India"s top B-schools the Indian Institute of Planning and Management (IIPM), New Delhi -and is the founder of a multi-interest-consulting firm Planman Consulting. The author of Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch, a bestseller in the non-fiction category, has just finished writing his…

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                • New Delhi
                • Tuesday, 06 August 2013
                • The Sunday Statesman Magazine

                BIBLIOPHILE

                Now this one has had the publishing world baffled. While much has been written about Vikram Seth’s huge advance, Arindam chaudhuri, better known as the author of Count your Chickens before they Hatch, was reportedly paid an advance of Rs 25lakh. Interstingly, the publishers, Macmillan, deny paying such advance. Prof.?…

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                • New Delhi
                • Saturday, 27 July 2013
                • The Economic Times

                IIPM ne paya dusra staan

                Indian Institute of Planning and Management (IIPM) desh ke sabhi pramukh management school me dusra sttan pane vali sanstha ban gayi hai . yeh rank isse se pichle dino kiye gay eek sarveshan ke baad mila hai. Is baat ki jankari sansthan ke dean Arindam Chaudhuri ne di. Sarveshan me…

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                • New Delhi
                • Monday, 01 July 2013
                • Rashtiya Sahara

                Old concepts packaged in vision

                these days, anyone with social standing and public prominence ensures that his dream about India is heard. The dream, in most cases, is a metaphor for vision. And in this books (Malay Chaudhuri, Dr. Arindam’s father and co-author; says it is his son’s book), management guru Arindam Chaudhuri speaks about…

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                • New Delhi
                • Wednesday, 05 June 2013
                • The Hindustan Times

                Rajat symbolises how American dreams go awry - Article by Arindam Chaudhuri

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                • New Delhi
                • Friday, 22 June 2012
                • The Asian Age

                AUROBINDO CHAUDHURI MEMORIAL GREAT INDIAN DREAM FOUNDATION

                 
                 

                AUROBINDO CHAUDHURI MEMORIAL GREAT INDIAN DREAM FOUNDATION

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