Monthly Archives: July 2007

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Powering India-2

Alternatives to BHEL’s Capacity Constraints The future requirements of power for India to sustain and improve on the GDP growth are huge. According to the Planning Commission’s Integrated Energy Policy (IEP), even if India is to grow at a sustained … Continue reading

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Booming and Bubbling India-X

President Kalam chosen for King Charles II Medal: Kalam is only the second head of State after Japanese Emperor Akihito to be honoured with the award given by the Royal Society. India to be hub of KPO industry: India will … Continue reading

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Powering India-1

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. : The Culprit Can Reign As per many reports recently, India remains starved of electricity, as Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL), the sole power equipment manufacturing public sector unit in India couldn’t supply the plant machinery. … Continue reading

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A BBC Film Documents India’s Math Contribution

I went through this news report today that raised many questions in my mind. I am sure that many must have provided the answers of the queries raised by me today BBC is filming a documentary film ‘The Story of … Continue reading

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Bihar Must Focus on Education

It is nice that Bihar government, particularly CM with support from the centre could get a number of educational institutes initialised during last one year or two that can bring a sea change in the state. I consider it a … Continue reading

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Shocking India

Sometimes I wonder why do I provide only the rosy pictures from India in my ‘Booming and Bubbling India’ series. Perhaps one reason is that there are many to provide shocking silly happenings in the country. However, there are occasions … Continue reading

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