- So many shades of grey
June 8, 2013
Confusion makes for an ideal breeding ground for conflict of interest and politicians make capital of the fuzzy code of ethics that governs them.
- The 'unconflicted' Indian
June 8, 2013
An Indian is a hyphenated creature. For him there is no conflict of interest, there is only maximisation or juggling of interests.
- Bias cut
June 8, 2013
Whether it's Dhoni, Kumble or the legendary Gavaskar, they've all put propriety aside for personal gains.
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