Monthly Archives: September 2008

An Appeal to NRIs

I have an appeal for all those who had some education in India and are now settled or working in developed foreign countries. ·Buy one Indian small car- Hyundai i10, Maruti Suzuki’s A Star, Alto, or Tata’s Nano over and … Continue reading

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Technology Takes over Teaching

“Guruur-Brahmaa Gurur-Vishnuh, Gurur-Devo Mahesgwarah, Gurureva Param Brahma” There can’t be a better thing to say about the teacher on this Teachers’ Day. Teacher is Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh and Lord Parameshwara. But teaching as profession is undergoing transformation. On one hand … Continue reading

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Nano@Singur Episode: Is it end of Ego War?

West Bengal’s typical style and intensity of agitation may take away the golden opportunity for Kolkata, more correctly Singer to become the largest auto-making hub of Eastern Indiawith Tata Motors’ official declaration of its ‘working on a plan to shift … Continue reading

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Ma (Mata) Pities People

Work on the Nano project in Singur may again start, though it has not started as on today. Mamata’s agitation has certainly delayed the Nano arrival in the market. Mamata, as reported has softened her stand. “We want immediate solution … Continue reading

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IITians Go Rural

On occasion of Pan-IIT meet in Chennai, many have talked and written about IITs and IITians that is really informative. IIT-Madras has, for example, recruited over 200 faculty of whom at least a third did their bachelor’s in one of … Continue reading

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Nano@Singur: Update

It is ninth day of Mamta’s agitation. Barkha Dutt’s ‘We, the People’ on NDTV 24×7 this Sunday could make some of the best people on the subject discuss the Nano and Singur. The crowd included Meghnad Desai, Tarun Das, Harish … Continue reading

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