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Luis Miranda
The case of airbag costs vs passenger safety
Luis Miranda
Continuous supply of electricity for all is possible if the government takes small but significant steps
Luis Miranda
Why is Kailash a stranger in his own land? Maybe because there are so many Kailashes here who are battling exploitation in India
Luis Miranda
Economic freedom is probably the route to bring larger sections of the population out of poverty
Luis Miranda
Talks may not always yield favourable results, but they ensure that other stuff continues and that there is no bad blood
Luis Miranda
Quite often, we frame laws and rules to achieve a certain social objective. But in reality, nothing changes. That’s because there is no intent
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Is it better to have state-run pot-holed roads, or have swish six-lane highways that charge a toll that becomes unaffordable to some?
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From public policy to our homes, this lack of trust is hurting everything
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Unfortunately after 60 years of independence we are still brainwashing our students that socialist policies will get our country out of poverty
Luis Miranda
Sometimes what we are looking for is staring back at us – we only need to know how to look
 
 
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November 27, 2014 23:03 pm by Luis Miranda
Dear Srinivasan, but a slow moving car can get hit by a speeding vehicle ... and so can an auto or scooter ... don't know how to address the safety aspects in an auto or scooter ...
November 27, 2014 23:01 pm by Luis Miranda
Dear Ms. Gazdar, if that is the case, shouldn't innocent drivers, who get banged by bad drivers on bad roads, want more protection in their cars?
November 27, 2014 22:58 pm by Luis Miranda
Germano, I agree that this will only be a bandaid if roads are not improved, etc. But that is not the argument of the auto industry. Their arguent, at least what was reported in the newspaper, was only about the negative impact on sales.
November 27, 2014 22:46 pm by Luis Miranda
Daljit, I agree with the comment on letting the owner decide what safety measurees are needed (after all that's what Chicago taught us!). But my issue is to do with the argument put forth by the auto industry. It was not that seat belts are not useful or that buyers should be given an option. Instea...
November 27, 2014 22:40 pm by Luis Miranda
Dear Krish, let's see what happens.
 
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