Why Indian CEOs rule

What connects many globally successful Indians is their Indian school and undergraduate experience, says the writer. – The Statesman/Asia News Network

MY sister, who teaches high schoolers history in a Delhi school is partly responsible for the nomination of Ajay Banga to lead the World Bank. I know that sounds weird but let me explain.

No, she does not know President Biden, or Ajay Banga for that matter. But she teaches a kind of history that is not widely taught outside India.

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