Monthly Archives: January 2011

Inflation and Exotic Broccoli

The country is worried of the price rise. Harendra had asked for only a small eggplant or baigan. I saw that green vegetable, broccoli that I loved and hated. I went ahead without picking one up though it was lush … Continue reading

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On This Republic Day: Some Observations

After some years, I watched today’s Republic Day parade from start to finish. It really excited me and gave me confidence about India’s great future. At end of the Republic Day Parade, I could conclude to two views about India’s … Continue reading

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Critical Issues, Belated Responses?

After months that the nation has suffered from high inflation particularly in prices of essential vegetables such as onion and tomato, an economist, Deputy Chairman of Planning Commission, discovers and suggests that ‘the horticulture items should all be removed from … Continue reading

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A Letter to CM, Bihar

Dear Nitish Kumarji Giving you the benefit of doubt, I infer that you are too busy to come with a mission statement for the next five years on your blog. Actually I wished you to write about what you expect … Continue reading

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Gurus’ Nano and Sushant

‘Business Today’ in its nineteenth anniversary issue has articles from many management greats and gurus such as Tarun Khanna and Vijay Govindarajan: Tarun Khanna: Tata’s Nano, the first so-called ‘1 lakh Rupee’ car ($2,200, or close to this) and its … Continue reading

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Confused or Confusing Government

There are certainly two sets of news appearing in media. One pains and other excites. I happened to listen to Kapil Sibal yesterday that was very well covered by digital media. It appeared he was advocating for A Raja and … Continue reading

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Man Mohan and Sonia: Be Decisive; Run or Quit

A question constantly haunts me. Should Man Mohan Singh be compared with other politician prime ministers that India had till date? Is not he at the best a CEO appointed by Congress Party or more correctly by Sonia Gandhi? I … Continue reading

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