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Now the details of how Prof. Nohria plays a role on the Board of Tata is now under scrutiny. There is a law suit, defamation claims, investigation of insider trading, etc. Tata Consultancy Services and its cronies are the beneficiaries of the lax system and bypassing the system to replace US citizens with foreign software engineers. The software engineers are paid a third of what the US educated software engineers get.

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 Ethics and morals relate to “right” and “wrong” conduct. While they are sometimes used interchangeably, they are different: ethics refer to rules provided by an external source, e.g., codes of conduct in workplaces or principles in religions. Morals refer to an individual's own principles regarding right and wrong.

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"Insider trading" is a term that most investors have heard and usually associate with illegal conduct. But the term actually includes both legal and illegal conduct. The legal version is when corporate insiders—officers, directors, and employees—buy and sell stock in their own companies. When corporate insiders trade in their own securities, they must report their trades to the SECBecause insider trading undermines investor confidence in the fairness and integrity of the securities markets, the SEC has treated the detection and prosecution of insider trading violations as one of its enforcement priorities.

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Many insiders at Harvard believe that it was the Tata Group who had lobbied for Prof. Nohria’s elevation as the Dean of Harvard Business School. Now Nohria, serves on the board of the Company with his Brother-in-Law. The Tata Group's cash cow, TCS is currently being investigated for immigration fraud in the US by the Labor Dept. 

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Dr. Nohria conduct besides being a serious conflict of interest, also goes against the vary grain of Harvard's motto and values. Prof Nohria has to come clean on this issue before he even thinks of staking a claim to the Harvard Chair. Do we at Harvard, risk all that our university has stood for by appointing such a man as the President of Harvard University? As the saying goes. “Caesars wife must be above suspicion”. The Office of the President of Harvard University must only be held by someone with impeccable credentials.

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Prof. Nohria was appointed Dean of Harvard Business School in 2010. Just few months after a $50 million dollar donation from the Tata Trusts to HBS was made to build a Hall in honor of Mr. Ratan Tata, the septuagenarian Chairman of Tata Group. The proximity of Prof. Nohria to the Tata Group can be easily seen from the following facts on record.