Avinash Narula
Its time we stopped shouting from outside because nobody is listening. Lets get inside by contesting elections. I am going to. Are you?
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Is bullet train the solution to common man’s woes?
There has already been a lot of debate on the topic of bullet train that the Modi government has recently announced. The only logical argument on which one cannot disagree to the introduction of the bullet train is that in the present world, we can leapfrog in terms of development because of the available technology. […]
10/01/2017
India is no place for aam aadmi
I have always maintained that India is no place for aam aadmi / common man even though aam aadmi comprises more than 75% of the population of this country. We are reminded about their plight when media picks up an incident and highlights it. Some us talk about it on talk shows, quite a few […]
10/01/2017
Is lowering of cash amount in the hands of the people a valid reason for Modi to demonitize Indian currency?
The Modi government has listed out a number of reasons for demonitizing the Indian currency. Lets analyze one one of them. One of the reasons given by Mr Jaily was that demonotizing the currency was a necessary step towards achieving a digital economy, that is, demonotization will assistin reducing cash percentage out of the banking […]
11/12/2016
Demonitisation of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes by Modi Government
I am blogging after a long time. Actually, thanks to Modi Government, I woke up to smell the coffee. There are many people who have commented on the advantages and disadvantages of this action of the Modi Government as well as on how it has been implemented and I thought that I might as well […]
11/12/2016
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 Politics vs Country Director
I do not like the words “politics” or “politicians” because it does not reflect the true nature of their job. The job of all elected officials of the country is to manage the business of the country for the benefit of ALL the citizens of the country. Just like the shareholders own the company, it is the citizens who own the country and not the politicians. Today, the reality is that the politicians own the country and the decisions they take are for their benefit rather than the benefits of the citizen owners. When telecom minister gave away licenses for peanuts and caused a loss of Rs. 40,000 crores to the government, do you think he was thinking about the country or the people of the country? Imagine what we could have done with this money to for ALL the citizens of this country. Do you think id the telecom minister was selling these licenses for his own company would he have sold the licenses this cheap? I don’t this so.


 
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