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    April 11, 2005
     

    Time magazine's 100 people who're transforming the world

    Time magazine has come out with its Time 100, a list of people who're changing the world as leaders, scientists, entertainers, executives and heroic deeds. Thankfully Manmohan has not been paired with Musharraf, in the way Sonia Gandhi and Musharraf were put on the same list. He does have company from Kim Jong and al-Zarqawi though.

    The Time magazine site is accessibly only to subscribers. I am not one, for if I were, I'd definitely have linked to relevant sections.

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