On the morning of counting day, driving through rain and the blossoms of Laburnum and Gulmohar in Patna, I was surprised to find that the road outside Nitish’s residence deserted. For a moment I assumed the other news channels had decided to skip the early morning slightly pointless pre results dispatches, till I walked aContinue reading “Bihar Transformed”
Political parties are playing a game of divide and rule. Most party manifestos have reservation as their key promise.
In fact, some parties like LJP have gone to the extent of demanding reservation in Indian Army, the symbol of national integrity.
It is said that every major tragedy gets the best out of people and the worst. The statement couldn’t have bee more apt for the situation in Bihar where the scarcity of food has triggered an ugly race for survival as people went on to loot a relief camp in Madhepura. In the worst tragedyContinue reading “Race for survival begins in Flood hit Bihar”
As you may have read in the daily newspapers & watched on various TV news channels, the floods that have hit Bihar due to the overflowing of the Kosi river have taken a very drastic and devastating face. Thousands of citizens have lost their lives and millions have been displaced or otherwise affected. To getContinue reading “Donate for the floods in Bihar”
You all must be aware of the flood situation in Bihar. This is considered to be the biggest evacuation in the last hundred years. Millions of the people have been affected and thus on the behalf of the targetgenx team, we appeal to all the concerned citizens to donate generously and help in the rescueContinue reading “Bihar Flood Relief Work!”
Well in one of my articles “Political games being played all over”, i mentioned reasons about large scale migration from UP and Bihar. I was lacking some figures which i got in today’s HT Counterpoint written by Vir Sanghvi on page 10. Here is an excerpt from that article. My suspicion is that the disdainContinue reading “An open Letter to politicians of UP and Bihar”
Part-2 : Bangalore was your quaint old south Indian city — a pensioner’s paradise and a garden city. Not anymore, thanks to outsourcing and the related boom. Only 30% of Bangaloreans are local. The article examines the cultural flux with a backdrop of economy, IT boom, failing infrastructure and globalization vis-a-vis Bangalore and it’s local population.
Part-1 : Bangalore was your quaint old south Indian city — a pensioner’s paradise and a garden city. Not anymore, thanks to outsourcing and the related boom. Only 30% of Bangaloreans are local. The article examines the cultural flux with a backdrop of economy, IT boom, failing infrastructure and globalization vis-a-vis Bangalore and it’s local population.