Monthly Archives: November 2012

Gujarat, Modi and Muslims

In early 90s while working for my company’s truck project with Isuzu Motors, I frequently visited Vadodara. It was not having even a good hotel. While traveling from the city to Halol, where the plant was coming up, it used … Continue reading

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कुछ यादें, कुछ सपने-३

स्कूल फ़ाइनल की परीक्षा के बाद मेरे नज़दीकी दोस्त पूछते थे, कहाँ पढ़ना है आगे, कुछ जानकारी न रहते भी बड़े बिश्वास से कहता था, प्रेसीडेंसी कॉलेज  में । सच कहता हूँ मुझे कुछ पता नहीं था प्रेसीडेंसी के बारे … Continue reading

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FDI in Retails: My Worries

I don’t know if the present political rumblings about the issue of FDI in multi-brand retail that had kept the government worrying and all the TV channels engaged for quite some time now will end soon. I would have loved … Continue reading

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Big Companies Failed India

In capitalist system a company works for profit and that too for very few of those working for it. However, it is is a poor and short-term strategy. Most of the big companies and business houses in good old days … Continue reading

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Manufacturing Failed by Big Industrial Houses

India could have got into manufacturing and excelled but for the big business houses failing it. After the liberalization in the policy in 90s, the big business houses with even significant manufacturing presence just walked out of the manufacturing to … Continue reading

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India:Disadvantaged Democracy

India:Disadvantaged Democracy If you are a little concerned about the future of this country, you must be worried today because of the total scarcity of good and capable leaders in almost all political parties who only constitutionally can and will … Continue reading

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India: A lot of despair but some hopes too

Years ago one used to hear ‘India is rich but Indians are poor’. In our village schools, our teachers taught us boastfully about the abundance of iron ore, coal and mica available in the state and the country. Mines particularly … Continue reading

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