Big Tech Challenge
Does Big Tech have too much power?
Skipping NEET and GATE is not an option due to strategic implications
Let’s fix our cities
During this COVID-19 pandemic, situation in Mumbai has resulted in several jokes on social media. One of my favourite one says “If Mumbai decides to implement social distancing seriously then 1/3rd of population would be in Pune, 1/3rd in Gujarat and remaining 1/3rd can settle in Mumbai”. Honestly speaking Mumbai has been at Read more…
Economy to drive Foreign Policy
How strong Economic growth earns seat at "big boy" table...
Why opposition to Hindi by politicians is juvenile
Pizza Party for Middle Class…
Sad state of middle class which gets neglected by all political parties...
Democracy in Danger
For Indian political parties “Democracy is in danger” is a very popular slogan these days. Honesty speaking, they’re absolutely right. India as a parliamentary democracy is facing a very unique challenge – there is no credible opposition. After 2014 General Elections, BJP is on a roll winning Assembly elections after Read more…
Urban India and Rural Bharat
Over the course of next 12 months, India is expected to hold its next round of General Election to elect new Central / Federal Government. Prime Minister Modi won majority mandate in 2014 election and since then BJP has expanded its rule in and now has Government in 22 states. Read more…
Before entering into main topic of this blog, I am going to take a paragraph to give overview of Agile and Waterfall software development methodology. In waterfall model, project sponsor / business partner comes at the beginning of project gives the requirements and leaves. When product is finally ready, he Read more…