Monthly Archives: July 2011

Two States, Two Universities and common Mentors

It is interesting that Amartya Sen and Sugata Bose are at the helms of affairs of setting up two world class great institutions of excellence: Nalanda International University and Presidency University. While the former one is to come up near … Continue reading

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President of RWA, Sector 41, Noida : an Extraordinary Appeal

After many months, I felt an inner urge to write this letter rather an appeal in the interest of the sector’s residents. The latest Samvada has published two entries one from the reigning President of RWA and the other from … Continue reading

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Change not Reshuffle Cabinet

I once considered all the three ministers mentioned below as very efficient and effective. SM Krishna did a wonderful job as chief minister of Karnataka. Chidambaram is very impressive if one hears him. He is effective as home monster too … Continue reading

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‘Strong and Effective’ Lokpal

As expected the all party meeting called by the government to come to a consensus on Lokpal Bill failed. Naturally three hours were not good enough. But one can easily conclude few things out of the Sunday meeting. There was … Continue reading

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Government Smart or Unscrupulous on Lokpal

Congress is trying to be smart, or perhaps unscrupulous. First Congress sidelined opposition and yielded to Anna who represents a part of India’s civil society in the face of a countrywide mass agitation. The opposition felt miserable but couldn’t do … Continue reading

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