Monthly Archives: November 2006

Enthralling News From Manufacturing Sector

Hinduja Group flagship Ashok Leyland has lined up investment worth Rs 5,250 crore to enhance its production capacity by 1,40,000 units over a period of next four to five years. Larsen & Toubro plans new shipyard in India. Ashok Leyland … Continue reading

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India’s Dilemma and China

Many expected historic outcome from the visit of the Chinese President Hu. But Indian Prime Minister didn’t go to the airport to receive him though he did for Nepal’s Prime Minister. Ideally, India would have forgotten the war of 1962 … Continue reading

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Demolished Dream

I had a dream that with education expanding to all sections of the society, the old system will die its natural death. Youngsters will demolish the barriers created by the caste system. There will be free inter-caste marriages. People will … Continue reading

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Questions on Quality Teaching

There is some commonality in educationists in US as well as in India. They are concerned about the quality of teaching. The Indians are worried about the traditional way of teaching that is based on a disproportionate and unhealthy bias … Continue reading

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Desis Succeed in Videsh

Chidanand Rajghatta in ‘Times of India’ has provided some statistics about the country of origin of US entrepreneurs of start-up companies. It is inspiring and exemplary too for those youngsters who still move to US for further studies and perhaps … Continue reading

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Chinese Crudeness or Cruelty

For a long time I have not written on China vs. India, though I did refer to China for its unique statistics of its progress. Though I am of opinion that both the country would have worked together to get … Continue reading

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Proton, Mitsubishi, and VW

I visited Proton of Malaysia in 90s with my Mitsubishi friend Kaneki. Proton was a showpiece of Malaysia’s pride in Mohatir era. It was something like Maruti Motors, India of those days with a little difference. Proton had its own … Continue reading

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