After all that America-bashing, here’s something that should embarrass all Indians. While I was having a good time rubbishing the American media with my friends, one of them gave me a copy of an article that appeared on USA Today. The subject was plagiarism on the Internet. The article said, "A July 3 column written for BusinessWeek by former General Electric CEO Jack Welch and his wife, Suzy, was posted on the Indian Institute of Planning and Management (IIPM) site from New Delhi. There was no attribution to either BusinessWeek or the Welches, only a photo that appeared with the column, of professor Arindam Chaudhuri, a business guru and best-selling author in India, who works for IIPM." Last heard, a Welch byline was belatedly added to the piece, following a USA Today inquiry.