Monthly Archives: March 2008

Holy Holi Holee

This is one day when I get into reverse mode and my thought invariably moves down the memory lane. I was never a great Holi enthusiast. But I enjoyed it. From the childhood days, I get reminded of the big … Continue reading

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Noida – Can we do something more?

Yesterday, on return from the doctor, I found the Noida Authority (NA) men carrying out the repairing of the service road in front of our residences. I couldn’t understand how and why had it chosen those places. The contractor had … Continue reading

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And How Can Indian Press Be Free?

I relish Khushwant Singh’s column in Hindustan Times, because he provides a different viewpoint, at least in some, that makes you light but think a little. After going through his Delhi, a fusion of history cum fiction, I did not … Continue reading

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Not A Bad Dream

I love to read Vir Sanghvi’s viewpoints on the national issues. This Sunday he has created a political scenario of India. Can the third front be a reality with Prakash Karat’s conditionality expressed in a rally in Lucknow? Vir writes … Continue reading

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History, Literature and Religious Sentiments

Time and again, some affiliates of BJP, the second national political party do something that shames any sane persons. It happened this time in Delhi University. BJP affiliated student activists, sometimes I feel like calling them terrorist, created problem. They … Continue reading

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Farmer- mania and Rural India<

To talk about the rural India has become a fad for everyone in intellectual arena. I have been reading some good books (Two Billions of Entrepreneurs, Planet India) by American Indians or NRIs. To be frank, I don’t know the … Continue reading

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India as Knowledge Society- Dream or reality?

Last Auto Expo 2008 was unique in one respect. It provided a feel-good factor to visitors about the capability of the Indian engineers working in automobile industry. India can’t only produce automobiles to world standard in scale large enough to … Continue reading

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