Monthly Archives: January 2006

Prevailing Corruption- President’s Prescription

Our great President has some clear solution to the problem of corruption that India is so famous or infamous for. Every one talks about it. Even in a TV programme from Davos World Economic Forum on January 28, one Chinese … Continue reading

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Can We Try Re-education?

As pointed out by a person no less than the imminent Narayana Murthy, there are 5.3 million unemployed graduates in the country. Another news report says, IT and service sector industries are thinking to relocate abroad because of a skills … Continue reading

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‘Ban Bitan’- Salt Lake, Kolkata

And Thousands Blooming Roses I love to go for my morning walk in ‘Ban Bitan’ (part of Central Park) of Salt Lake. With instrumental music on the public address system, it is apleasure to walk. Ban Bitan, as it appears, … Continue reading

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Resurging India Celebrates Republic Day

Besides, the general agreement that China would emerge as world factory and India with its knowledge power, the world office, India is resurging fast. On this Republic Day, I give below some splashes of those happenings:  India is emerging as … Continue reading

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Mathematics of Election in West Bengal

I still remember the election days, when we used to live in the residential flats of Hind Motors factory in West Bengal. The factory’s union leaders used to be on poll duties inside and outside the booth that used to … Continue reading

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Why Indian Diamonds Go Abroad?

“Of the top 10 diamonds of the world in terms of fame or size, more than half come from India. Most of the biggies are outside India now: Koh-I-Noor with the British crown jewels, the Orloff with the Kremlin, the … Continue reading

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India Can Be A Manufacturing Giant?

Even today some of the Indian manufacturing companies are in top five of the world. And remember all these companies have come to this stage against all the government restrictions of post-independent India, and global competition. Most of them have … Continue reading

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