Monthly Archives: August 2012

…by the way Vol. 6 | Issue 5 | Aug 2012 Vaishyas rule in UP EVERYBODY  in UP is surprised about the sudden resurgence of IAS officers from the Vaishya community in Lucknow. Sanjay Agarwal is Principal Secretary for Medical and … Continue reading

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Shattered dreams in Daman

…by the way Vol. 6 | Issue 5 | Aug 2012 Shattered dreams in Daman CONTRARY  to expectations, Daman too is subject to political hobnobbing and back-office moves. The case in point is that of the No. 2 in the … Continue reading

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Undesirable contacts

…by the way Vol. 6 | Issue 5 | Aug 2012   Undesirable contacts THE  Central Bureau of Investigation has updated its list of undesirable contact men (UCM) and Government officials have been warned against dealing with these people. After … Continue reading

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GOVERNANCE behaviour prabhat kumar   Yes, Minister The fundamental problem with the country is not the evil politician but the ‘obedient’ Government servant The recurring theme of the relationship between political leaders in the Government and the civil servants has … Continue reading

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The ‘Dark Age’ is looming

COVER STORY reforms m g devasahayam   The ‘Dark Age’ is looming The Government’s dealing with power sector is more like five blind men trying to figure out different parts of an elephant INDIA needs a second wave of reforms, … Continue reading

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BHEL – ‘Powering Progress, Brightening Lives’

COVER STORY award bhel BHEL – ‘Powering Progress, Brightening Lives’ BHARAT Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) was conceived with a vision to make India self-reliant in the manufacturing of power plant equipment and to change the face of industrial development in … Continue reading

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‘State utilities must be financially viable’

COVER STORY Interview arup roy choudhury ‘State utilities must be financially viable’ NTPC is India’s largest power utility, the third largest power generation company in Asia and the tenth largest in the world, with an installed capacity of 39,174 MW … Continue reading

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COVER STORY power sector political will A nation short-circuited Generation, distribution and transmission failure… problems, problems and no solutions. The crux of the crisis is shortage of fuel. What are the options? Are we going to see light at the … Continue reading

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WAITING FOR GOD

The common man is angry and does not know where to turn. The country’s power sector is in a perpetual reforms mode. He is demanding action. Power has become the lifeline, essential to basic services like water, transport, education and health. Clearly, … Continue reading

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