Wednesday, October 07, 2015
Tuesday, October 06, 2015
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I wish that Modi could have toured SpaceX as well.
Monday, October 05, 2015
From: S G
India's Thought Cops are Angry with Modi | IndiaFacts
Liberal secular's hypocritical anger on Modi.
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From: S G
With China slowing down, India is increasingly becoming the next choice:
The more quickly we can cement our economic takeoff position, the better.
Here's a slightly older interview from DD:
Meanwhile, India's space program continues onward and upward:
Friday, October 02, 2015
- Medical fraud: Doctors in India are shamelessly lying to women to perform unwarranted hysterectomies
- Why India should get over its GDP obsession : India is already consuming natural resources at 70% above its bio-capacity annually. Thus, a good deal of what currently shows as GDP growth is actually the equivalent of drawing on the principle and showing it as income.
- Torque Vectoring: 2016 Acura RLX Sport Hybrid Ups the Ante for Electric Motors
- Toxic air:
#Volkswagen #diesel car fraud tells us why our surface transport ministry blocking Euro IV standards @nitin_gadkari http://t.co/oIvjM117B1— Sunita Narain (@sunitanar) September 24, 2015
Thursday, October 01, 2015
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
A new humanities discourse around India has to be created from scratch. The existing one, is beyond repair.
Recently, Narendra Modi's visit to Silicon Valley was attacked in a petition by US-based academicians led by scholars like Wendy Doniger and Sheldon Pollock. Over 80 per cent of the signatures were by Indian 'sepoys' joining the bandwagon. As a rejoinder, there emerged two counter petitions supporting Modi, each signed by much larger numbers of US-based academicians, who were also mostly Indians. This clash between the two camps of Indians is important to analyse because they represent two entirely different constituencies.
and here's my old piece on a similar thread:fear of engineering http://www.rediff.com/news/2002/nov/01rajeev.htm