Skip to main content


I ‘am not a congress man, I ‘am not a person who keeps lotus in palm, I ‘am not inclined to red even. Making it clear, I should say I ‘am least biased to any of the alive parties on strike right now. People believe in democracy and I love to be in the same subset. Politics is an unavoidable space in our lives and if our country has myriad people whether from the youth side or middle age,who keep themselves away from politics, then that is purely absurd. Logic won’t embrace when people do that in a country where sun rises and sets based on politics. If we started hating politics putting reasons like corruption, illegal manipulation and inner drama for power, everybody or at least a major pie of the population would be coming under the same shades. The shades of illegalities!  If moving away from the ballet box without putting the votes is the revenge people take , then I don’t think  even  god could find a difference between a fake politician and a citizen who makes fake like that.  Thrashing allegations and throwing hard stones might be a part of politics, Indian politics. But when I do see lot of posts and spreads through Social Medias against Mr.Manmohan Singh, I personally feel like those posts cross limits and don’t have life. We can protest, when that is our right but it doesn't mean anything could be done putting any odds over the web. We could not see Mr. Singh as just an astute economist, but he is a man who kicked start a bundle of reforms which made our country come out from the death bed.  He is the man who opened up the economy for getting rid of the stagnated stinking financial deficits. The deficits and the balance of payments had made Indian health the weakest. The controlled economy opening had lured many eyes abroad and the same was endorsing industry like Information Technology and banking.  India had travelled a long way from the year of 1991 to 2012 even though the financial state is not that stable right now (2012). Internal dirty reasons along with overwhelmed international vibrations had made huge jerk in Indian economy, not a man with turban on his head. 

If Mr.Singh is the only reason for all slips and troubles India faces right now, then he should be the sole responsible for all the goodies listed below.
The goodies caused by 1991 financial reforms

Rural health mission
Right to Information acts
Returns from Globalization
Unique Identification Authority of India
National Rural Employment Guarantee Act
Right to Information, which brought out many corruption stories (which could be the jewel among all) 
The Growth we had, etc

Name of Award or Honour
Awarding Organisation
World Statesman Award
Appeal of Conscience Foundation
Top 100 Influential People in the World
Outstanding Parliamentarian Award
Indian Parliamentary Group
Annasaheb Chirmule Award
Annasaheb Chirmule Trust
H.H. Kanchi Sri Paramacharya Award for Excellence
Shri R. Venkataraman, The Centenarian Trust
Fellow of the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, New Delhi
National Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Lokmanya Tilak Award
Tilak Smarak Trust, Pune
Justice K.S. Hegde Foundation Award
Justice K.S. Hegde Foundation
Nikkei Asia prize for Regional Growth
Nihon Keizai Shimbun Inc.
Honorary Professorship
Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, Delhi
Jawaharlal Nehru Birth Centenary Award (1994–95)
Indian Science Congress Association
Finance Minister of the Year
Jawaharlal Nehru Birth Centenary Award (1994–95)
Indian Science Congress Association
Elected Distinguished Fellow of the London School of Economics
London School of Economics, Centre for Asia Economy, Politics and Society
Elected Honorary Fellow, Nuffield College
Nuffield College, University of Oxford, Oxford, U.K.
Elected Distinguished Fellow of the London School of Economics
London School of Economics, Centre for Asia Economy, Politics and Society
Elected Honorary Fellow of the All India Management Association
All India Management Association
Finance Minister of the Year
Finance Minister of the Year
Padma Vibhushan
President of India
Elected National Fellow, National Institute of Education
National Institute of Education
Elected President of the Indian Economic Association
Indian Economic Association
Elected Honorary Fellow, St. John's College
St John's College, Cambridge
Elected Honorary Fellow, Indian Institute of Bankers
Indian Institute of Bankers
Honorary Professorship
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Elected Wrenbury Scholar
University of Cambridge, U.K.
Adam Smith Prize
University of Cambridge, U.K.
Wright Prize for Distinguished Performance
St. John’s College, Cambridge, U.K.
Uttar Chand Kapur Medal, for standing first in M.A. (Economics)
Panjab University, Chandigarh{Was then in Hoshiarpur,Punjab}
University Medal for standing first in B.A. (Honors Economics)
Panjab University, Chandigarh
As I do respect him and I do have clear vision on what he did for the country , I have written this. (God promise-  I didn't get any monetary benefit from Mr.Manmohan -   He is not my Uncle J  )
He is a man who got trapped 


  1. It is not how brilliant driver you are,You are known by the accident you make!!!!!

  2. IEEE Final Year projects Project Centers in India are consistently sought after. Final Year Students Projects take a shot at them to improve their aptitudes, while specialists like the enjoyment in interfering with innovation. For experts, it's an alternate ball game through and through. Smaller than expected IEEE Final Year project centers ground for all fragments of CSE & IT engineers hoping to assemble. Final Year Projects for CSE It gives you tips and rules that is progressively critical to consider while choosing any final year project point.

    JavaScript Online Training in India

    JavaScript Training in India

    The Angular Training covers a wide range of topics including Components, Angular Directives, Angular Services, Pipes, security fundamentals, Routing, and Angular programmability. The new Angular TRaining will lay the foundation you need to specialise in Single Page Application developer. Angular Training


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Native Advertising - A Digital Marketing Future

What is Native Advertising? How efficient it is? Is it a new strong wave in Digital Marketing? Check out my post on Native Marketing on Web Analytics India Blog     Image Courtesy


T he shrill of harmattan; Along the daring edifice; The melancholic sun; And the pensive crowd; Had dumped his ears; And blurred his sight; For decades from now. But the mind’s avenue; Hesitant to close down; Still in a mirage of oasis; In the green meadows; With the grazing cattle; And the song of cuckoo; Trapping a swish catfish; In the meandering streams; Supper at the fire place; With a spicy fish dish.. Trapped in obsessions Of  reiterating Memoirs!! Expatriate is a hostage; In a cradle of emotions; The hunger of his child; Devotion to his parents; And dreams of his bride; Makes hearth a mirage; Calling him back abode. by  AmalDev

WAR - My first short movie !

M o st of the times when I see unfortunate headings on newspapers or any other media the OMG-feel stays for a tiny spell and then I rub it off or they are drained away automatically. The sexual crimes against women and children take the major share of the pie and it is always disgusting. I think we discuss victims, we feel for them and then gradually move on.  Gradually won’t be the correct say - we just get deviated within a minute’s time or an hour. The life of thoughts is just short. It was after reading a lot of headlines of crimes against women and children, I started thinking of the effect of the same on our people, the women, and children at our home.  If everybody out here takes a pause and looks at the ladies around, you may find the “life changes” they have made.  It was at the same time I got associated with a short film competition. After groping lot of threads and trials to copy some YouTube hits and make it my own, I failed and decided to make something original. I le