Monthly Archives: April 2010

Living at 70: Some Tips for Gen Next

I happen to watch a serial these days on NDTV Imagine, as Harendra, the personal aid of Yamuna likes to see its heroine, Suman’s story and insists for it. Interestingly, the head of the family is the old grandfather and … Continue reading

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India Moves ahead: Hope and Hope Allover

Sensex: If one can believe media, many things are happening that brings hope and delight for a better bright future. Sensex is slowly but steadily surging ahead. Some even predict it to reach 50,000 by 2015. Order book:There are smiles … Continue reading

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Bihar Leads Today, Rest of India Follows

From the mails that I receive from the persons of Bihar’s origin living in different states of India and abroad, everyone is concerned about the developments in Bihar. They celebrate all the good news coming in media, but get morose … Continue reading

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Why Shall I not Like to Live Long?

I was surprised and amused to see Anand Sharma’s comment on My Reasons to Seek a Long Life that was as follows: Well, I can give you many many more reasons to be around till 2039. For starters, I will … Continue reading

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Next Generation Kids: Fast Changing Priorities

While walking, I keep my eyes and ears open. I have not attainment faculty where I can shun hearing what is bad. Normally in my morning walk I keep chanting some slokas. I was walking alone. From a distance I … Continue reading

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Album and Autobiography-5

The fond memories of childhood in my village keep me happy in my solitude. Recently, I discovered that I have with me the photograph of the place rather the room where I was born. Basically that room was very auspicious … Continue reading

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Why Doesn’t India Learn to Face Challenge?

Education now is a fundamental right for the children of 6-14 years of age in India. April 1, 2010 came with the landmark notification and became certainly historic. Should not every feel proud for it? I was surprised to see … Continue reading

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Celebrate India, Celebrate

Let the country celebrate. Education is a fundamental right of every child from today. Education will be free and compulsory too. The Prime Minister will address the nation on this day. I wish all the chief ministers would have also … Continue reading

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