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September 22, 2005

Last Man Standing

Anna Lappe has something which is very relevant in the Indian political context -

Courage is saying, "Maybe what I'm doing isn't working; maybe I should try something else."


There is one political segment in India which is more stinking rotten than anything you have ever imagined (or smelled !). And that is Communist party of India. So it's coming in as a fresh air  that  at least one member of this party has decided to show his balls.

Bloomberg reports that chief minister of West Bengal is soliciting Indonesian firm for investment in his state.

Buddhadev Bhattacharya, the Marxist chief minister of India's West Bengal province, badly wants Indonesian tycoon Anthony Salim's $10 billion industrial township project to come to his province.

If only other communist party members understand the economics 101 then lot of policy issues can be resolved without going to the streets on every issue.

At least one man is willing to break from the past and past which has earned Calcutta this bad reference -

City is full of Bannerjees, Chatterjees, Mukherjees but very little energy !

Time to show some energy.


September 22, 2005 in Random Thoughts | Permalink


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