Monthly Archives: May 2008

IIT and Bihar in News

My all optimism fails. The news coming from Bihar only shocks. I don’t think there is any one in Bihar who can lead it to a civilized society and a developed state status. A minister and his son throw a … Continue reading

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Sane Indians! Get It Stopped

I have a rich Gujjar crorepati builder, with almost no formal education but very smart in personality as neighbour. Every time her wife with three sweet children comes in to meet Yamuna, I advise her for giving good education to … Continue reading

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Inflation Stuns Me Too

I followed the inflation rate figures, though I never understood its meaning and its affect. I was happy to find it around 3 – 4% last year. I could never realize it going up so fast. That is around 8% … Continue reading

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Bihar Must Improve Education

I have a special issue of ‘India Today’ on ‘India’s Best Colleges’ in my hand. The survey covers the colleges teaching arts, commerce, science, law, engineering and medicine. There is not even a single college from Bihar in this list. … Continue reading

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Advisory for Nitish Kumar

I wish Nitish Kumar were through with the troubles arising out of his recent cabinet reshuffle. All the dust of mistrust must have settled. I feel the lack of his constant communication with his ministers, be one from his own … Continue reading

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West Bengal: Mam(i)ta(i) Vs. Budd(ha) and Nano

Politics of West Bengal is not comfortable for me. Congress unless merged with Mamta is not a force that the Left cares. Mamta Banerji is celebrating her party’s emphatic victory in all the zilla parishad seats in Singur and Nandigram. … Continue reading

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India Performs, PM fails

How does one rate the performance of the government? I was amazed rather amused to see some TV news channels asking some print media editors to rate the government and the prime minister for its performance of last four years … Continue reading

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