Monthly Archives: September 2014

Swachch Noida

Today I sent an e-mail to CEO, NA: Sub: Swachch Noida Every sector has gone filthier over last 16 years that we are here. As per media report, Noida is going to be a Smart City. NA, I hope. certainly … Continue reading

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2014 in US: What I Read This Time

This was my fifth periodic long-break in US after retirement. Books become the second best things to keep me busy. Browsing for news and articles and blogging or writing on Facebook remains the prime engagements after the time spent for … Continue reading

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US Schooling: My Take

During my stay in Cary, I have regularly walked with Emma and Zach to drop them to their elementary school nearby. At the end of the school, I had been bringing them back too. It gave me that immense pleasure … Continue reading

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Manufacturing India: Where India missed?

I was reading a blog of some one from the Lab Media of MIT visiting and writing on the ecosystem of manufacturing in Shenzen in China that must be read by our PM and all his men who will like … Continue reading

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My Angst against Nitish Kumar

I feel bad when some one says that Nitish, the politician is irrelevant, and will never be back as chief minister of Bihar. Still, Nitish remains the best candidate. But Nitish also failed many like me for many reasons. Here … Continue reading

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Post Teachers Day

I found at least some teachers on TV news channels complaining that Modi’s address on the Teachers Day fell sort about teachers. Here in US, it was an early morning treat for me. I critically heard his every word. I … Continue reading

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By One Who Loves and Hates Bihar….

Since 2005, I have been coming to US almost every second year and staying for almost four to six months. I try to meet the persons of Indian origin, and most of the elders are the parents of those who … Continue reading

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