Monthly Archives: December 2004

Can India leave a mark on its history?

Perhaps it is the first time in history of the world that any country is having so qualified persons responsible to run a country. The present younger generations can’t think of a better team at the helm of the nation’s … Continue reading

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Manufacturing: the key driver of India’s economy

Agriculture cannot grow at more than 2-3%. For India to cross 8% GDP growth rate, if manufacturing grows at 6%, services will have to grow at 12% that will be quite difficult. Services may be India’s strength, but it has … Continue reading

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Top 6 technology trends for 2005

The Red Herring magazine on Thursday listed some of the top technology trends that will dominate the world of technology in 2005; 1.The end of Moore’s Law: Moore’s Law predicts new computer chips will be developed with twice the power … Continue reading

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Finally a rural PC

HCL Infosystem, the leading player in personal computer has finally come out to solve my problem. All these months since I got my PC curtsey Anand, I thought how nice it will be if in Pipra, my home village we … Continue reading

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If Anand can take this joke!

Anand is still to marry and we keep on insisting on him that he must do that soon so that we can enjoy a festivity in the family. So I quote this joke from Sunday Times of India. Biz behind … Continue reading

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Rural Employment Guarantee- Are we ready?

The UPA made a promise in its Common Minimum Programme (CMP) that states, “The UPA government will immediately enact a national Employment Guarantee (REG) Act”. Naturally, it must keep the promise and the left is pressing for it. What does … Continue reading

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Women in manufacturing

Hardly one can perceive that manufacturing, especially automobiles or auto ancillaries can become a female domain because of the labour-intensive nature of work, multiple shifts and faraway factory locations. I saw a good number of women employees on shop floor … Continue reading

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