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Fantastic, it will be said. Not quite. Take, for example, the most noted Indian of his day- I mean Nehru. His fundamental reaction to life and thought patterns was Western, particularly British, ye he was no more an Englishman than I am the Kahn of Tartary. He was a complex personality, and affords the best example of contention. Nehru could identify himself closely with almost every type of Indian: he felt with the Naga like a Nage: with the Brahmin like a Brahmin: with the Muslim like a Muslim: with the untouchable like an untouchable: yet at heart he was non of these. What he was, you can be sure, he himself did not know. He has deep urges and large dreams that`s all. Here was our typically complex and contradictory Indian.
Sunder T- 20160729
Indian mindset



Maxims for Life:
Success is less about luck and more about practice.
* What you give away comes back to you in a river.
* Money is the inevitable consequence of value delivered to other human beings.
* To have what fes have, do what few do.
* Think for yourself.
* Being happy makes you more productive, creative and exceptional.
* Don`t be selfish. Too many people think that`s cool It is not.
-Robin Sharma
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One of the favorite sports of India`s middle classes is bureaucracy bashing. It is an easy game to play and can be quite a lot of fun. Everyone has their favorite, outrageous story about an encounter with the bureaucracy. The inefficiency, corruption, insensitivity, stupidity and Kafkaesque circularity of bureaucratic procedures and rules are legendary. That India`s bureaucracy is one the most stifling and difficult to deal with has now been revealed in a survey. Over a thousand expatriate business executive rated India`s bureaucracy the most annoying in Asia.
The problem with India is no, as we in the middle class imagine, that we have too many idle and corrupt bureaucrats. The problem is that we have too many rules and regulations and too few officials to implement and monitor the regimes, and bring to book those who flout the rules and regulations. As India`s population grows, the disequilibrium is only going to grow: more rules and regulations to be applied to more and more people by a bureaucracy that is not high enough.
A conclusion: either we expand the bureaucracy or else the government will gradually wither away to the point that India will join the ranks of failed states. That would be a calamity for the Indian people.
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Sunder Thadani





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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has enunciated an excellent principle by stating that life stories of living individuals should not be part of school text book. This came in response to move by Gujrat, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan governments- all of them BJP ruled- to introduce a chapter on his life in their school textbooks. One of the reasons the Indian education system does not deliver the goods today is that it is overly politicized.
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Sunder T.

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Finding Happiness: The only formula for happiness is to manage problems rather than forget about them. Problems are created by man but not by nature.Because according to nature, problems ar nothing but challenges. Whe you call a problem a problem, it seems to be an evil, but when you call it a challenge, it becomes a useful part of life, something that spurs your intelligcual development. Kind Regards! Sunder TImage