(1).Indian businessmen have used IT to create new business models that enable them to provide services in a more cost-effective way. This is not something that necessarily requires expensive technical research.
(2).He suggests the country’s computer services industry can simply outsource research to foreign universities if the capability is not available locally.
(3).“This way, I will have access to the best scientists in the world without having to produce them myself” says Mr. Maria.
(4).Innovation in India is as much due to entrepreneurialism as it is to IT skills, says Arun Maria, chairman of Boston Consulting Group in India.
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(1).Although the system is far from perfect, it is certainly more transparent than it was when foreign aid routinely helped ruthless dictators stay in power.
(2).Scrutiny by the news media shamed many developed countries into curbing their bad practices.
(3).But beginning in the 1990s, foreign aid had begun to slowly improve.
(4).Today, the projects of organizations like the World Bank are meticulously inspected by watchdog groups.
(1).Since the progress of an airplane is aided or impeded depending on whether tail winds or head winds are encountered.
(2).Jet stream, narrow, swift currents or tubes of air found at heights ranging from 7 to 8 mi (11.3–12.9 km) above the surface of the earth.
(3).They are caused by great temperature differences between adjacent air masses. There are four major jet streams.
(4).In the Northern Hemisphere the jet stream is sought by eastbound aircraft, in order to gain speed and save fuel, and avoided by westbound aircraft.
(5).Instead of moving along a straight line, the jet stream flows in a wavelike fashion; the waves propagate eastward (in the Northern Hemisphere) at speeds considerably slower than the wind speed itself.
(1).This is because it chops the world up equally by longitude, without regard the reality of either political divisions or the changing seasons.
(2).This is somewhat surprising given the London Underground's historic difficultly in grasping the concept of punctuality.
(3).For as long as I can remember, there has been a map in the ticket hall of Piccadilly Circus tube station supposedly showing night and day across the time zones of the world.
(4).But this map has always fascinated me, and still does, even though it now seems very primitive.
(1).But even the Evil American Corporate Magnate is a pretty likable guy.
(2).Unlike Barnes' previous books, Mother of Storms has a fairly large cast of viewpoint characters.
(3).This usually irritates me, but I didn't mind it here, and their interactions are well-handled and informative, although occasionally in moving them about the author's manipulations are a bit blatant.
(4).They're not all necessarily good guys, either, although with the hurricanes wreaking wholesale destruction upon the world's coastal areas, ethical categories tend to become irrelevant.
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