by Dhiraj Kumar
Early last year, I heard experts claiming that the crude oil prices may climb up to USD $ 120. It was the Iraq crisis that made them to think so. Islamic state of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) had taken control of many oil refineries in Iraq and Syria. Illicit sale of oil to the neighboring countries is fetching them around USD $ 3 million per day. Read On
- Avoidable Religious Skirmishes
- Indian Intellectuals and Indian Democracy
- The Significance of Harvest Festival
Management Lackadaisical – I
by H.N. Bali
Being unlettered, I’m vastly impressed by people supporting a string of academic qualifications. Most conspicuous in this genre are the present day educated youth. Should you ask even casually a young man where he studied, he makes it a point to mention that, among other qualifications, he has an MBA degree. That set me probing the world of managers and managements. Read On
- Tax the Rich!
- Big Industry!
- Religion and Language
- Baba Effect
- Education Vs Obtaining a Certificate!
- Autopsy of Kiriti Sengupta’s
“The Unheard I”
- Evolution of Kiran Bedi
- The Patch of Green Behind
the Bright Yellow House