Monthly Archives: August 2007

‘Gandhi- My Father’

We don’t go to movies very often. Years ago, it was because Noida didn’t have any good cinema hall. A godown-like hall was there, but even that was not air-conditioned for hot summer of Noida. I used to promise Yamuna, … Continue reading

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Bihar Suffers from Media Bias

I had just put on the NDTV-India after my lunch on Tuesday, Rakshabandhan. I was stunned with what was being shown on the small screen. A young man caught for a chain snatching from a woman was being brutally beaten … Continue reading

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India’s Major Achievements in 60 years

India has close to a million schools- three times the number in 1947. Around 200 million children go to these schools every day. However, on the half empty side of the glass 40 million or so still don’t make to … Continue reading

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Educating India

PM announced a dream plan to educate and train India on Independence Day from the rampart of historical Red Fort. I wrote about it. He promised 6,000 new high quality schools – one in every block of the country, new … Continue reading

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China Quality Story

China quality story is very much in news these days. Today morning when I was talking with Anand I was trying to caution him for not giving any of those poisonous Chinese toys to Emma, our sweet little grand daughter. … Continue reading

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Booming and Bubbling India- XV

Left switched on the ‘red’ signage. India is bubbling politically with prospect of a midterm election or of continuing with an inactive minority government. It affects even the overall confidence of industry. It has made the stock market bubbling too. … Continue reading

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A Letter to CM, Bihar

Dear CM, Sub: We need a better promotionl ad. On the Independence Day, I came across one full-page advertisement from your government in Hindi in English language ‘Times of India’, New Delhi edition. Couldn’t your officers make the ad more … Continue reading

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