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Continuing technological excellence

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When it comes to the criticism of indigenous projects, we are very proactive, confident and repetitive. One can find enormous amount of literature criticising the projects undertaken by Indian PSUs or DRDO or other government agencies. Some comment on the delays, some voice their expert views on the quality of the product, while some others may cry about the amount of money spent. It is surprising that even though most of these projects neither directly nor indirectly affect our daily life, we find it relevant to criticise but if a road is being dug up for months, footpath made unusable for weeks, flyover being under construction for years, railway line or metro on the verge of commissioning for decades, no one creates that big scene even though these things affect our day to day life! Continue reading

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The art of existence

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The rising tensions between India and Pakistan had made most of the citizens from either country an expert analyst of the happening. Every nook and corner there are discussions happening as to what steps these countries should take next? The social media is over flooding with the posts or various nature. In the nutshell, those who support for the war are termed as patriots and courageous and those who talk about peace or restraint are blatantly designated as cowards. When Mr. Modi was to speak in the BJP meet at Kozikode, there were great expectations that he may say something aggressive to Pakistan. War optimists thought he may order for the air strikes or ask forces to enter PoK. But refuting all these, Mr. Modi gave the speech which could readily qualify him for the Nobel peace prize. He said that we need to fight poverty, unemployment and other social evils to which we are a victim. Let us see who wins first? Continue reading