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2011-12: Looking Back, Looking Forward – Part 5

January 6th, 2012 · 1 Comment

So, 2012 is upon us. As I was telling a friend recently, for the first time in the past 20-odd years, I get the feeling that tomorrow is not as bright as today. Maybe, it is the economic scenario. Maybe, it is the frustration with the political policy-making. Optimism has always been a key factor [...]

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2011-12: Looking Back, Looking Forward – Part 4

January 5th, 2012 · 1 Comment

On the personal front, the highlight for me was the trip I made to China as part of Narendra Modi’s business delegation. There were multiple other travels – a couple trips to the US, and three short vacations in Bali, Binsar and Munnar. Vacations are when I get extended time with a growing Abhishek (he [...]

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2011-12: Looking Back, Looking Forward – Part 3

January 4th, 2012 · 1 Comment

There is also a need for us to educate and build public support for economic reforms. As it turns out, every time a reform is proposed, the ones who are disintermediated or negatively impacted are the ones who shout loudest – and therefore get heard. The ones who benefit – in the majority – haven’t [...]

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2011-12: Looking Back, Looking Forward – Part 2

January 3rd, 2012 · No Comments

The Indian political landscape was full of unexpected twists and turns, and most of them were in the wrong direction. In many ways, I think only when things become bad do we realise the need to act and do something. I think we are getting there. If there is one thing I am now firmly [...]

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2011-12: Looking Back, Looking Forward – Part 1

January 2nd, 2012 · No Comments

As I write this on the last day of 2011, the Year is about to transition. A New Year is a good time to reflect on the recent past and think about the future. My life can be thought of as three compartments – business, some of the political change part, and the personal bits. [...]

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