Monthly Archives: May 2009

IIT -The Dream Destination of Young India

Noida, Monday, May 25, 10 PM: I normally go to bed by this time. But it had started raining and as usual the power had gone off. Yamuna asked me to check if I had locked the main gate. As … Continue reading

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Verdict 2009: Priority Power

Can the new government focus on the two most needed infrastructure priorities- power and road that can put the country on real fast track of development? Perhaps that was the intention when the Manmohan’s government prepared the 11th Plan (2007-12) … Continue reading

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Popli’s Prayer

Popli is older than me. He is one whom I find much younger for his age. He walks fast and covers more number of rounds than I do. Once I found him reciting his prayer while walking. I asked him … Continue reading

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Nation’s Priority Number 1: Education

I felt happy when Kapil Sibal talked of education reform as priority on NDTV on May 17, the V-Day of Congress party that has been liberated by the people verdict of election 2009 while answering NK Singh. India boasts of … Continue reading

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Infosys- A Company with Difference

Many a times even the individuals become the brand of the company they serve. NR Narayan Murthy and Nandan Nilekani have been synonyms of Infosys, and perhaps unofficial ambassadors of India in the world of technology world over. Perhaps after … Continue reading

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Surging India’s Spirit

India is unique. One can enjoy its various colours of spirit even in the heat of extreme summer election that has revealed how even the representatives of Dalits may be the richest candidates , how the members of parliament multiplied … Continue reading

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