Monthly Archives: January 2012

Manmohan is not honest

How can a person who causes damage to the image of the nation he represents be honest? ‘A common quip in New Delhi is that Ms Gandhi has power without responsibility; whereas Dr Singh has responsibility without power.’ However, I … Continue reading

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From Nano to Aakash

Four years ago Tata Motors unveiled the Nano (Images). Overnight Ratan Tata became an iconic figure of auto industry. India got a unique global recognition of an industrial nation with capability of breakthrough innovation. The world recognized India’s mastery of … Continue reading

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A Winning Way for Vulnerable BJP

Some identify BJP as a party of business men particularly traders. And perhaps that was the reason that it opposed FDI in multi-brand retails that I and many like me didn’t like or agree. Most of the country men like … Continue reading

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For Parents of School-going Children

It’s again the examination time, be it finals or entrance examinations. Examinees as well as guardians or parents are equally stressed. While the coaching centres including private tuition sector remain crowded, the schools appear deserted. Teachers have shifted to the … Continue reading

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India’s R&D, Science and Mathematics

We had a lot of hope from Nilesh, the youngest son of my cousin Nirmal. He wasted a year in Kota taking coaching for getting into IITs and then took admission in a private engineering school near Agra. He has … Continue reading

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India vs.China: R&D

The prime minister’s speech at Bhubaneswar at 99th India Science Congress made many revelations about the nation status on R&D after six plus decades of independence. As usual, I felt like compiling a data on India vs. China. The objective … Continue reading

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Science, R&D and Prime Minister

A Prime Minister is really under strains and stresses, facing hundreds of problems of this most populous democracy on the globe. He can have an honest intention and so promises but can also expect to be excused for not keeping … Continue reading

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