Monthly Archives: September 2010

Nano in News: Good, Bad and Indifferent

Nano’s launch was historic for Ratan Tata, Tata Motors and even India, the emerging manufacturing power. Mamta made mess. Modi became the rescuer. Ratan Tata proved every skeptic ones wrong. And now one can see little cute Nanos, though not … Continue reading

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Bihar Visit: Some Whom I Met

My conversation with my maternal uncle Chandra Mani Tiwari at Sasaram during my short stay revealed some value issues. We are getting miser on love, affection, respect, and sacrifice. Usually Mamaji earlier never got tired of talking very high of … Continue reading

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IIT: Medical Education or Medical Facility

Director of IIT, Kharagpur had a plan to start a medical college under the governance of IIT. Health ministry and MCI didn’t allow that to happen. Unfortunately, any change in the way government works in India is difficult. Who will … Continue reading

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Pipra, My Village: Some Landmarks

Roads are coming from two sides to Pipra. One is preferred from and to Sasaram, and the other from and towards Varanasi. I have a small land still in my name near the Village Panchayat Bhawan. It’s on periphery of … Continue reading

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Election, Manifesto and Outcome

It was nice to see a ‘People’s Manifesto’ for the forthcoming assembly election in Bihar. It was a great initiative from, but I wish the editor makes it of greater value by involving some non-political well-wishers of the state, … Continue reading

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