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MBA GD Topics • Is India moving away from a secularist state? • Education in India - or the lack of it • What ails Indian sports? • The Age of Information • Is Philosophy just an armchair theory? • Success is all about human relations • Borderless worlds - Dream or reality? • Quality is a myth in India. • Education and success - Is there a correlation? • We don't learn from history, we repeat it • Do we need a global policeman • Indian villages - our strength or our weakness? • Agrarian Economy in India - boon or bane • if there were no armies in the world...... • Indian customs - are we in a time warp? • "How green was my valley........". Is nature paying the price ? • Management Education - Is it necessary to succeed in business • The role of NGOs in economics and politics • NGOs - Do they serve peoples interests or are they pressure groups? • Death of Socialism • Role of women in development • Kids today are not what they used to be • Casteless India - A pipe dream • Should Trade Unionism be banned in India • Repeated elections - Should taxpayers pay for it? • Indian bureaucracy - foundation strengths or colonial hangovers? • In India, the whole is less than the parts - Do we lack in team spirit? • Generation X - Drivers of our future or are they our lost souls? • Do we need a cut in the defence budget? • "Dot.com" companies - Is there room for everyone? • Artificial Intelligence - Will man be ever replaced by machines? • if I were to choose my person of the millennium... • All the world is a stage.... • when managers become Hamlets... • If Patel were our first Prime Minister....... • Materialism - Have we sold our souls to the Devil? • You've come a long way, baby - The rise…...

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