Monthly Archives: September 2011

Manmohan Losing Lustre

Sonia Gandhi had to undertake the arduous task of mediating between Chidambaram and Pranab at wrong time when she is still convalescing from a surgery. Both are the part of administration where Manmohan Singh is boss. What sort of Prime … Continue reading

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Do Bigha Jameen

In 2020, about 98 % of the farming family will have a shrunk holding of only ‘do bigha jameen’. Normally, today a farmer gets around every year Rs 20,000- 30000 worth of grains from an acre of land that is … Continue reading

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Modi and Bihar’s Leaders

As far as I know, Modi has never expressed his wishes for becoming the prime minister. Neither his party has declared his candidature for the high post. Why are then the political leaders of all hue and cry have come … Continue reading

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Nalanda: Prestigious Project and My Views

The issue raised by ‘Bihar Times’ about the VC of NIU, Dr. Gopa Sabhrawal and her team that has started operating from New Delhi, must be worrying to many who dreamt of the institute as the revival of the glorious … Continue reading

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Inflation, Government and Growth

Inflation remains high. Following set rules, RBI has increased the Repo rate. That is the only solution known to them to curb inflation, though it has not happened after so many of the increases in last few months. For a … Continue reading

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Nalanda International University: Brawl over VC

I have been writing about NIU for a long time. My only wish was that Bihar would get an international university grand and academically excellent enough to attract the best brains of the world both as teachers and students as … Continue reading

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Braj Bhusan Pandey: IIT, Kharagpur, Distinguished Alumnus

I was surfing few days ago and suddenly came across a news item on website of Times of India: ‘Bihar teacher gets award from PM’. The news was from Patna. I never knew that it was about my friend, Braj … Continue reading

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Hindustan Motors: Auto Maker or Realtor

Hindustan Motors has become a non-player in auto sector since long. Long back again, its management gave up the lead of one time or its pioneer role with entry of Maruti Udyog. It would have at least tried to remain … Continue reading

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Auto Sector: India Still Attractive

Indian auto sector faces rough ride today. Reasons are many but naturally the rise in the fuel prices and the interest rates are the major ones. Rising inflation is another moral deterrent. Recent monthly sale figures for almost all manufacturers … Continue reading

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