Saturday, February 19, 2011

Good luck India

Many may not like this comment, but look at it this way. Whole India plays just one game. With an exception of Sachin, could we really make any lasting global mark in cricket? Look at our consistently poor performance in Asian Games and Olympics. What importance do we attach to sports at the national level? The national players of other games do not even get proper remuneration. With this state of affairs, I doubt whether our young generation could be attracted and motivated towards sports. Cricket is always associated with media hype; most of that is associated with commercial reasons. World Cup! Good Luck India!!


Saturday, February 12, 2011

Bring in systemic changes PM


It is time to bring in systemic changes PM

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, the home minister of India said, "I think we should take serious note of concerns expressed by captains of industry and business. There is indeed a governance deficit in some areas and perhaps there is also an ethical deficit."
This is a very serious comment by a person seating in the government. If we loose on the ethical base of our actions and the governance, what is left? What is government doing to improve the situation?? I think systemic changes must precede all administrative reforms. 

Appoint a permanent commission (like UPSC, Election Commission), with adequate constitutional authority, to continuously review all systemic provisions in the public administration. The Commission should be authorised to review all provisions of law, administrative systems and procedures and bring in permanent  changes across the board. 


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