Monthly Archives: December 2007

Comrades’ West Bengal

Many a time I wondered how could West Bengal remain so poor and less developed even after 30 year of stable leftist rule. I did write about my experiences how the leftists spoiled the industries of West Bengal through trade … Continue reading

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Bihar-Some light in darkness

For almost a month, I have not written about Bihar. ‘Chetawani’ or ‘Sankalp’ rallies only made me morose. Why can’t Paswan and Lalu change their political strategies for the sake of the people of Bihar at least for some time? … Continue reading

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Booming and Blooming India-XXIX

A sluggish manufacturing sector pulled down economic growth to 8.9% in the second quarter of 2007-08 as compared to 10.2% during the corresponding period of the previous year, despite a good show by the agriculture and mining sectors. Rising rupee … Continue reading

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Christ in India

In my active professional days when I used to travel very often, I remember seeing some books about the years Christ spent in India on the bookshops of airports. I never took it seriously. I considered them as a book … Continue reading

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Manufacturing Melts and Vanishing Jobs

The rupee strengthening more than 15 per cent in last few months against the dollar have severely eroded the margins of exporters and competitive advantages. What can be done to cut the costs to shore up the bottom lines of … Continue reading

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