Hollywood’s Deepest Foray Into Bollywood – “Chandni Chowk to China”

Readers of this blog are no strangers to Akshay Kumar, probably today’s most bankable star in Bollywood, with block buster hits such as “Singh is Kingg”, “Welcome” and “Namaste London”.  As Rachel Saltz of the New York Times wrote on August 15, 2008 about his performance in “Singh is Kingg”, “…the immensely likable Mr. Kumar…

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Jim Cramer – Balanced Thinker But Wrong On China

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CNBC & US Treasuries – More Things Change, More They Stay the Same

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Is Kashkari A Chump Or Was Congressman Cummings Abusive?

Neel Kashkari, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, got roasted by members of Congress when he appeared before a Congressional Committee on Friday, November 14, 2008. Mr. Kashkari oversees the Office of Financial Stability including the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) or the US Bailout program. Unfortunately for him, the TARP program seems to be in…

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