Monthly Archives: August 2007

A ‘bloody fool’ did it

VERGHESE KURIEN ‘MILKMAN OF INDIA’ has narrated an instance from his own professional life recently. That is the way a great man is different. And many in the public sector even today have a lot of such challenges. Why couldn’t … Continue reading

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Indian Public and Cause-based Protests

The media report and the public opinion about the left placing its ideology above the country’s interest raise some questions about our democracy and our people. As reported by most of the national newspapers, the majority of the readers from … Continue reading

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Indo-US N- deal: National Interest vs. Ideology

Manmohan Singh government is suddenly in crisis. Leftists have given its warning to stop going any further on nuclear deal with US or face the consequences. The lack of political consensus on nuclear deal with US has already done the … Continue reading

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Retail Sector and Inclusive Growth

It is universally agreed that the agriculture and manufacturing sectors must improve upon its contributions to the country’s GDP. Recently, Narayana Murthy, Chief Mentor of Infosys, speaking at a meeting organised jointly by All India Association of Industries and Young … Continue reading

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Powering India-4: Alternative energy- Wind

India is now the world’s fourth-largest generator of wind energy with an installed capacity of 7,093 MW. In October 2005, India surpassed Denmark to rank fourth in installed wind power capacity after Germany, Spain, and US. In 2006, India installed … Continue reading

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Booming and Bubbling India- XIV

Delhi is bubbling. Leftists are trying to get their pound of flesh. Political maneuvers may save the situation. The government may stay in power. One feels bad, but this is the price of democracy. However, when we went for the … Continue reading

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Enchantment Of Riches

William Dalrymple the author of ‘The Last Mughal: The Fall of a Dynasty, Delhi 1857’ has just been awarded the Duff Cooper Prize for History. Dalrymple has contributed an enthralling article in India Today’s Independence Day Special with the main … Continue reading

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