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Top Ten Asian Ways to Transport Things

May 8, 2009

#10 #9 #8 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 Silver Medal Gold Medal More here… i.e. dheerajsuthar.com Advertisements

Zeitgeist A fair review

May 7, 2009

An Introduction ‘Zeitgeist’ is basically a german expression meaning ‘the spirit of the times or the ages’. As a movement its the activist arm of the ‘Venus Project’ envisaged by well known industrial designer Jacque Fresco. It aims at creating a new social structure free from the tyranny of religion, government and economy. It relies  […]

So, What Next?

February 25, 2009

Today I just feel like to talk about the latest fad in market: The Recession. Partly because I went through Friedman’s Free to Choose documentaries, fed on Machiavelli’s Prince, deserted on Rand’ s Atlas Shagged(plz. Read shrugged ;-)) and partly because I am free to recollect and relate all my past learning. First of all […]

Shivaratri- tons of Shiva’s Blessing

February 23, 2009

“Jai Ho…” Lord Shiva… for giving so many good news today. At last I came back home to home from Delhi. My heartfelt salaam to Delhi – really duniya dilwaalo ki… Amazingly cool and helpful people for large city. And the addition of Metro has added another feather to its hat. Really felt sat when […]

Right to Education- A Reality or A Sham

October 31, 2008

Today a great thing happened for India. The much awaited Right to Education Bill has been passed by Union Cabinet. This bill promises free and compulsory education for children between 6 and 14 years of age. “The Bill has been considered at several levels by the Group of Ministers (GoM). The Cabinet has approved the […]

See What India was in 1835

October 18, 2008

Nowadays we blindly copy West and think our culture as outdated and inefficient. But history speaks otherwise. Just see what Lord Macaulay said about this great nation in speech to British Parliament in 1835. The image is copy of original papercutting of his speech piblished next day. DO THINK ABOUT IT. Please see the text […]