Monthly Archives: November 2007

Education: National Priority

No doubt, education is the national priority. India can’t develop as superpower only with its massive number of population in working age group. India must build skills in its people through quality education of all sorts. IT has broken many … Continue reading

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Why Are Politicians Blocking N-deal?

As reported, a high-profile group of former military chiefs, ambassadors, senior bureaucrats, strategic planners, foreign secretaries, and nuclear and space scientists has addressed an open letter to MPs on the eve of the Parliament session to get the Indo-US Deal … Continue reading

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Economist and Technology in India

Economist last week carried a commendable special issue ‘Technology in India and China’. The lead article ‘Howling at the moon’ talked of the Asian aspirations on moon mission. China’s Chang’e 1 satellite, launched in October, began its first lap of … Continue reading

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Earn While You Learn

As reported in media, students getting admission in Delhi University in undergraduate as well as graduate courses will soon be able to get part-time jobs too within the university setup. The part-time jobs on campus may include positions of research … Continue reading

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What ‘T’ Stands for? Trade or Toilet

Almost all of us know World Trade Organization that has played big role in globalization. But recently, I came to know of World Toilet Organization that had a summit and exhibition recently in New Delhi attended by many dignitaries including … Continue reading

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Booming and Blooming India-XXVII

My laptop crashed at 4 AM yesterday, while I was working for this entry. My desktop was inoperative since quite sometime. I got a shock, as I hardly knew anything why it happened. I was morose and thought I must … Continue reading

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Renu Khator and CK Prahalad

Renu Khator Perhaps the biggest joy for me in pre-Diwali news reports have been the information about two American Indians who have been awarded or rewarded for their outstanding work in their respective areas. On last Monday, the Board of … Continue reading

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