Monthly Archives: August 2010

Presidency University, Kolkata: My Views

I keep on hearing and reading about Presidency College getting university status. But perhaps still it will take many years to get it materialized. If the leftists would not have come in the way, the institutions would have become a … Continue reading

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Manufacturing India: What Holds Back?

When I joined auto sector in early 60s after IIT, India had three domestic Indian car manufacturers, two manufacturers of commercial vehicles, and one of utility vehicles. All these six manufacturers had only few outdated products of foreign design through … Continue reading

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India: Rising Manufacturing

I am in a happier mood these days. Let me assure, it’s nothing personal. But some reports about the manufacturing sector, my lifelong fad, are really exciting. It’s becomes a little more spicy when it comes with a simultaneous comparison … Continue reading

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India: Country of Rich or Poor?

All the politically biased committees have come out with all sorts of figures about the population below poverty line (BPL) varying from as low as 30% to as high as 80%. Politicians get cooked the high figures to get the … Continue reading

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Obama’s Forthcoming India’s Visit: Some Wishes

I don’t know if I shall be correct if I say that Obama may be creating a record of a sort to become the first President of US to visit India in his first term. Is it the extension of … Continue reading

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