thoughts and some feelings, all mine:
disaster in Uttarakhand is perhaps the worst ever, and brings to the fore the
issue of Government’s control on ‘development’ rather than man’s control of
recent highway accident which killed eleven travelers is a reminder that road
safety is not on anybody’s agenda which includes Government, Vehicle owners and
Drivers alike. And it is so perhaps because road safety does not make a good election
news reports came on the same day: one said that Airlines will be recruiting 5000
and the other said that Auto industry will be laying off thousands. And it
reminds me the famous Galbraith quote ‘Economics is extremely useful as a form of employment for economists.’
Murthy's offering high salaries to top performers only confirms my suspicion
that he is addressing stock market concerns and not employees’ concerns, and simultaneously
he is making his CEO look like a nincompoop.
Stewart said that England “snatched defeat from the jaws of victory” on the
Champions Trophy final which conveys the fact as well as his frustration so well.
is a good captain, but he also brings luck to his team, unlike Sachin who lost
43 and won 23 ODIs.
time England is beaten on the sports field, I feel a malicious pleasure;
standing at Trafalgar square in London I have always felt that this prosperity
was acquired by England by robbing my country of its riches.
And finally this:
The news of Indian gene of Prince Williams is not liked by the British, but what
do Indians feel about the Italian gene of Rahul Gandhi?
Labels: Alec Stewart, Champions Trophy, Disaster, Infosys, MS Dhoni, Narayan Murthy, Sachin Tendulkar, Uttarakhand