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By pkgca at Wed, 2007-03-07 21:16 | General
SACHHAR COMMITTEE REPORT, ON THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS OF MUSLIMS IN THE COUNTRY:
The Sachhar Committee Report has not done justice to the phenomenon and manifests subjectivity and irrationality in its approach and recommendations.
The Constitution of India, as adopted since its threshold, year 1950, has provided equal opportunities to all, irrespective of their cast, creed and gender.
Lord Wavel, the then Viceroy of India, in October 1945, from his Simla seat announced the intent of the British Government that decided to free India, and called the then Indian leaders to meet me, to decide about the respective modalities.
By Anonymous at Mon, 2007-03-05 10:31 | Technology
India has recently opened up for possible large scale semiconductor manufacturing. Though India has been leading in the are of chip design it lacked manufacturing facilities. Its one of the fastest growing markets for electronic equipment and hence semiconductors.
The Union Govt released an investor friendly Semi Conductor Policy on 22nd February, doling out a capital subsidy of up to 25% (22% if the unit is in an SEZ). The subsidy offered is in the form of tax breaks and interest-free loans. The Fab units located in SEZ would have the additional operating benefits under SEZ Policy! This is expected to fire up the competition to set up foundries in India. The exponential growth in mobile phone services, broadband, IP TV, digital cameras, MP3 Players, gaming devices etc is at present fully dependant on imports of semiconductors.
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DolBajao.com is a good 'India Centric' Social Bookmarking site Catering to Indians worlwide. It gives the “real power to the people” in deciding what should be published with a mission to “Spread clean and fun Indian Content on the internet!”.
DolBajao.com is a web service that allows anyone to submit a link to a news article, a YouTube Video, a great Deal, a bollywood story that will be reviewed by all and will be promoted, based on popularity, to the main page. Users can submit and play embedded videos, images etc.
By Anonymous at Sat, 2007-01-13 16:31 | Web 2.0
IndiaSphere is a new web 2.0 site tracking the Indian blogosphere. The main site is an aggregator of popular Indian social sites and compilation of recent posts from popular Indian blogs sorted by category.
There is a top blogs section where bloggers can submit their own blogs. The high ranking blogs that show potential will be considered to be added back to the main aggregator.
By Anonymous at Wed, 2007-01-10 08:37 | General
Traffic on Indian roads is a hallucinatory potion of sound, spectacle and experience. Road accidents in India are on rise. What makes travel on Indian roads so heart-rending most of the times?
HAVING A HEALTHY disregard for the impossible: Indian Traffic
The line says it all. Many enthusiasts have come and gone with a dream in their eyes and that is to revive the Indian traffic scenario but they were undervalued because they lacked that je ne sais quoi.
Some eye-opening statistics:
By Anonymous at Mon, 2006-11-06 16:33 | General
Hyderabad has seen tremendous development over the last few years. Microsoft, IBM, Perot, Accenture, CA, HP, Templeton, Goldman Sachs, Google, Dell, Motorolla, Oracle, GE, Adobe, Sun, McAfee, Pacific, Unisys, USi, Cisco, Ericsson, Norton, Nokia, Sierra, Flextronics are only few of the international companies now in Hyderabad. Read more (www.exclventures.com) and monitor new projects including the GIGANTIC 90 Story Tower coming up in Hyderabad!
There are hundreds of NRIs and expatriates now working and buying luxurious properties. The upcoming international Airport, Express Highway to Airport, exploding growth in areas like Hitec City and Guchiboli has changed the face of the city!!
By Anonymous at Sun, 2006-10-29 19:32 | Technology
Richard Stallman, the celebrated founder of the GNU, FSF, author of many programs including the EMAC and what not, made a visit to NIT Hamirpur to give a lecture on " Software and Freedom". This is one of his first visit to a technical institution in the country. Read more aboutthe visit here.http://www.himvani.com/news/index.php?s=richard+stallman&searchbutton=Go%21
By Anonymous at Sat, 2006-08-19 17:19 | General
Found this interesting collage prepared by an Indian on The Many Faces of India. It depicts photos from various aspects of India, including rural India, Indian cities, pictures from the Indian film industry, photos of Indian roads/traffic, Indian economy, photos of Indian IT leaders, etc.
It's really a treat to see, and makes us all feel proud to be Indian.
Manmohan Singh addressed the nation today with a speech, so rabid and full of oft repeated and done-to-death cliches of building the so called modern India.
Even though he talks about building "An India that is united in thought, not divided by religion and language. An India that is united in our Indianness, not divided by caste and region.", he is all for providing caste based reservations in our institutes.
Mr. Prime Minister, if its not so much to ask, please give us a break.
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