Monthly Archives: December 2006

Zooming or Booming Indian Economy

The major media players as well as financial institutions world over are watching India moving in faster gear in the global competition. While Tata and CSN war over Corus is on, other Indian biggies are fully busy with their own … Continue reading

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Corus, Tata, And CSN- The war of nerves

I am sure all those who are closely following the story that started with the media report of Tata Steel’s historic take over of Corus and the resulting celebration of a sort in media must be getting disheartened with every … Continue reading

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Paternal Sacrifices

Today is Sunday and normally I don’t like to take in some serious topics in my thought process. And these days, I am alone at home, as Yamuna is visiting her village home after many years. When I am alone, … Continue reading

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Has Bengal Changed?

Yesterday strike and its Bengal style have showcased Bengal with its real face that goes unbearable and inhumane when it comes to general protest by CITU. The protesters use all innovations to create inconvenience to the people both domestic and … Continue reading

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In Service of Mankind

RFID is one technological breakthrough that can be of great help to every person if properly innovated and commercialized. One of the applications can be to help locating the goods stolen or lost and reducing the burglary or theft. Cars … Continue reading

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Can PM Allure Japanese Manufacturing Sector to India?

Our PM Left for the official visit of Japan today. It is a great opportunity that our economist PM is visiting Japan and shall be interacting with the top leadership of the country that is more known for its cutting … Continue reading

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Image Spoilers from Bihar

Some news items from Bihar are causing worry for two reasons. Will Bihar remain behind forever? Can’t the government and the people there change when the whole world is changing? Here are three stories: It is almost twelve days that … Continue reading

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