Monthly Archives: August 2008

Indian Automakers and Hybrids

It is great news. Toyota is going to launch its hybrid Prius in India. I don’t know how reliable is the news. I wish it to be correct. Honda has already done that. However, with no concession on taxes, the … Continue reading

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Crude Oil and Onion

There was hue and cry in the world, as the crude price jumped to $147+ for a barrel. And the world population today can’t think of a life without energy for which the only popular and economically viable source is … Continue reading

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Entrepreneuring India

I try to think over about my positive outlook towards Indian economy. I love to keep before me the celebrities like Abdul Kalam and CK Prahalad as icons of hope of a prosperous super power India. Kalam did that with … Continue reading

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Mamta! Please Spare ‘Nano’

I was myself against Tata Motors using fertile Singur land of the marginal farmers for setting up the manufacturing plant for Nano, a car that if prudently produced and distributed can bring about a revolutionary change in manufacturing sector of … Continue reading

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My Expectations from Bihar’s Biggest Three

Let me clarify that this is entirely my own list of biggest three that I came out with the information from my friends and media reports. And one shouldn’t feel bad about it rather should excuse me as I have … Continue reading

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The world’s oldest top 10 jokes

We knew PJs in IIT days. I myself was never good at it. In Hind Motors, I clearly remember two persons- Mr. Raju and Mr. KP Gupta, who were in demand to entertain with their jokes. However, I was thrilled … Continue reading

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IITs and Coaching Mills

In many of my write-ups on IIT, I raised the issue of the damage that the coaching mills sprouted all over the country, are causing. I was happy to know that the director and the dean of IIT- Madras have … Continue reading

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CK Prahalad’s ‘India@75’

Recently, the Thinkers 50 2007, the new ranking, produced by Suntop Media in association with Skillsoft placed CK Prahalad at number one as the most influential living management thinker of the time. Prahalad has come out his dream plan called … Continue reading

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