Akhilesh Yadav’s Trip to Harvard

Akhilesh Yadav, the young chief minister of the largest state of India, was invited to Harvard to deliver a lecture. Lecture was about sharing his experience about managing one of the biggest congregation of humanity in the world during Kumbh mela. The congregation happened this year in Allhabad for two months. Nearly, 100 million people... Continue Reading →

Mamata Didi and Tale of Sudipto’s

Trina Mool Congress (TMC), the ruling party in West Bengal, appears to be stumbling from one controversy on to other. Hardly Sudipto Gupta death in police custody subsided, another Sudipto is dragging Mamata Didi, the TMC supremo and chief minister of Bengal, over hot coal. This second Sudipto has swindled poor Bengali investors of their... Continue Reading →

Mahatma Gandhi, Charkha and Empowerment

  Mahatma Gandhi, the chief architect of Indian independence, had used spinning wheel or charkha as one of the symbols of his movement. For Gandhiji charkha symbolised empowerment of Indians and independence from British, not physically but also mentally and spiritually. Gandhiji visualised India as sum of self sufficient villages where each caste does its... Continue Reading →

Explosion of Crime on Women

Recently a five year old girl was sexually assaulted and brutalised in Delhi. Perpetrator of crime was girls neighbor. Not only the girl was raped, objects like candle and bottle were inserted in her private part. Some such items were recovered from her body in hospital. On top of the cruelty, the person left the... Continue Reading →

Mamata, West Bengal and Poribartan

Mamata Banerjee and her Trina Mool Congress (TMC) party stormed into power in the state of West Bengal in India some two year before. Ms. Banerjee has been credited for ousting left front government from its seat of power, that was occupied for more than thirty years. Ms. Banerjee is known for her ability to... Continue Reading →

Indian Railways

Railway station fascinates me. The apparent chaos, the sense of impending movement, nervousness of travellers and some indescribable emotion. Amazing microcosm are railway platforms. there is rich , there is poor. burkha clad muslim woman, jeans clad modern girl. Sikhs, muslims, tribals, brahmins, businessman and executive everyone is there, There is a strange admixture of... Continue Reading →

Rahul Gandhi and India

 In a recent speech to business leaders at CII on 4th of April, 2013, Mr Gandhi commented about a lot of things that needs to be done to harness energies of a billion people., he did not suggest one concrete measure that should be taken. For nearly 55 years, Mr Gandhi's party has ruled India.... Continue Reading →

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