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Should we let India implode?

June 14, 2012


The implosion  on all fronts technical, economical, social, political,academic,  is imminent in India. The question is should it be delayed with band-aid fix-its like offered in Greece or should it be allowed to implode and come out stronger although quite a few years down the line. My opinion is it should be allowed to implode. […]

Kingfisher: Where art thou

April 22, 2012


I don’t know why I used Shakespearean language in the title.  Maybe just got bored of the abysmal service provided by other Airline operators that this expression came out from a dormant portion of my mind which I do not usually access but accessed it now since I didn’t have anything to do. You see […]

2012:The eternal hope squasher

April 22, 2012


Somehow I feel that 2012 has been that kind of year which teases you ,tortures you, irritates you. It shows you a  glimpse of hope and when you try to cling onto it it crushes it down so bad that you tend to loose all your optimism. Some years are such that things just go […]

The disgusting Road Transport (terrorist) Office

February 23, 2012


The Road Transport Offices (RTO)  of India (equivalent of DMV in US) are the biggest if not the most corrupt bodies in India. Nothing more terrifies me than visiting a RTO or a passport office in India. If we look at the baseless numbers thrown by media for telecom and CWG scam running into lakhs […]

The forgotten heroes of India

February 13, 2012


Independent India is just 64 and half years old but the struggle is centuries old and the heroes in the struggle are numerous. If we check with today’s new generation, the knowledge about these brave men and women is dwindling at a rapid rate. The central and the final character of this epic struggle is […]

How India can solve its neighbor problem?

February 9, 2012


After Israel I would say India is destined with the most volatile neighbors. On one side there is a wannabe big brother who wants to take care of the family business in Asia and world across and also keep Indian rise in check .On the other side there is the little brother who has a […]

The plea for archeology in India

February 7, 2012


Archeology in India is one of the biggest neglected fields of study. If I sit down writing adjectives describing its state (dilapidated, broke, pathetic, abysmal) I might fill a few pages of this blog just doing that. We proudly claim our historical origins and start of civilized era tracingback at least 10000-15000 years even before […]