Monthly Archives: November 2004

Some views on IITs, IIMs, IAS Examinations

I follow some all-India examinations keenly. News related to results of IITs, and IIMs entrance examinations and of IAS always interests me, though usually I hardly know any one appearing for these examinations. It takes me to my younger days … Continue reading

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Some doubts for India’s Century

Projects delays and Cost overruns: My development dream may seem Utopian. Is it unavoidable? Does it mean lack of better project management and better managers for the projects and that also in this land full with great project managers who … Continue reading

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Some Lessons from Life

Life teaches us many lessons, if we want to learn. Life gives many an alarm in time, if we can understand. Some of these lessons may help others and they may escape the troubles, if they believe in it fully. … Continue reading

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Media:some serious complaints

I have some serious complaints with our editors and reporters. As someone said rightly, media is one powerful weapon that can make or break a nation. Why is our media failing? Why is it not creating better tastes for its … Continue reading

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China’s new revolution

I have been writing about China recently. I found a news item last week that present the interesting indicator of a country’s development. It is quite informative too. BEIJING, NOVEMBER 15: Some 55 years after the Communist revolution, the Chinese … Continue reading

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Is there any solution for Bihar?

The situation in Bihar is deteriorating fast. It is worse than that in J&K and N-E states. In J&K and N-E states, at least it’s public knowledge that there are terrorists there and armed forces have accordingly been deployed. Bihar, … Continue reading

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Outsourcing going rural

It seems today rural development and prosperity of those living in rural areas has become the concerns of all. Even most of the columnists in pink papers have made it a popular subject for their write-ups. But most of these … Continue reading

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