Unless we find ways of tweaking safety nets we will continue to see a shortage of labour which will impact projects and businesses across the country
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August 31, 2014 20:35 pm by Sandra Martyres
Commented on What Is Your Dream?
Luis, I chanced upon this inspiring blog today - it is not often that one comes across someone able to live his dream.. You have selected the path less tread upon and are doing an amazing job..
August 08, 2014 14:57 pm by Uday
Commented on Paying for Good Infrastructure
Both the examples are taken from Delhi which is not representative of India. In cities like Mumbai or Bangalore, people are willing to pay but not much is being offered. It is incorrect to say people of India are unwilling to pay for good infrastructure, just that a few wish to have free lunch all t...
July 30, 2014 03:55 am by Luis
Linus, agree ... change has to start with each of us ... Gandhi had said, "Be the change you want to see in the world."
July 29, 2014 23:53 pm by Linus Farias
My belief is that a cosmopolitan city like Mumbai can affect fundamental change such as this ONLY when each person takes a least one step to change the life of themselves and one neighbour (mother, sister, daughter, father, brother, son or stranger) in a small way. It can start with the following q...
July 26, 2014 22:04 pm by Luis
Yes, I also read that article shortly after my blog went live. The statistic on the child mortality rates between Hindus and Muslims is interesting.
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