Monthly Archives: February 2009

Waste: Challenge or Opportunity

My morning walk in Salt Lake through central park shocks me. The litter created by the natural phenomenon of falling tree leaves, withered flowers as well as those left by the visitors must be a big problem for those who … Continue reading

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Sher Shah Provides Path

In last fortnight, I saw the name of Sher Shah mentioned many times, though in different contexts. Lalu Prasad compared Sonia with Sher Shah. What a sycophancy! But I excuse Lalu for his statement, as I don’t expect anything better. … Continue reading

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Salt Lake -I Love and I Hate

I am in Salt Lake for almost a month now. I sit in my balcony on the second floor sometimes. I enjoy the quietness and solitude and sometimes the real and rare beauty of the rising sun. Rarely, any car … Continue reading

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HM: Mythological Motown

I could never think that HM would be news material worth a place as the main headline on the front page of Telegraph. Only yesterday, a worker from HM visited me hearing that we were here in Salt Lake. I … Continue reading

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Business Competitiveness, Bihar and Politics

Last issue of Business World was a special on the business competitiveness of the states of India. Maharashtra leads followed with Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Punjab, Karnataka, Andhdra Pradesh, and Haryana among the larger states following it. Even among the prosperity … Continue reading

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Bharat Nirman – The Trump card of Man Mohan Singh

Bharat Nirman has become the symbol of Man Mohan Government, if we go by the importance given to it in projecting the achievement of this through digital media including TV ads something on line of the shining India of NDA. … Continue reading

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India’s Priority: temple, terror, or turbine

BJP has again revived the slogan to build a magnificent temple for Lord Ram in Ayodhya. Unfortunately, neither BJP nor its allied institutions such Vishwa Hindu Parishad talk about huge lot of money collected for the temple. Even the devotees … Continue reading

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