BLOGS/Ramblings of an Accidental Investor
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
Luis Miranda
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?
Luis Miranda
From public policy to our homes, this lack of trust is hurting everything
Luis Miranda
Unfortunately after 60 years of independence we are still brainwashing our students that socialist policies will get our country out of poverty
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Sometimes what we are looking for is staring back at us – we only need to know how to look
Luis Miranda
Move from a private school to a government school doesn’t necessarily assure the child a better education, as inferred by Professor Karthik Muralidharan’s research
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November 15, 2014 09:49 am by Krishnaraj
Thanks Luis, that's helpful!
November 14, 2014 17:57 pm by Chandresh
Sir, With Due respect , AD is just a way for corporate and HNI to delay tax payments , else the real generation from the plant installed is too low and no one cares for those mills , so reinstating them is increasing Installed capacity figures but not encouraging to run them efficiently as IPP ...
November 13, 2014 21:24 pm by Luis Miranda
Chandresh, on the contrary putting all 3 under one minister makes a lot of sense because in the past the coal and power ministries did not act in concert. Many of us are impatient for 'visible' reforms, but steps are already being taken ... fixing stranded projects, reinstating accelaerated deprec...
November 13, 2014 21:14 pm by Luis Miranda
Naveen, to the best of my knowledge, this is exactly what the government is doing.
November 13, 2014 21:13 pm by Luis Miranda
Krishnaraj, thanks for the very long reply! The title of the blog was given by Forbes, not me. The 4 measures were listed in the subsequent 4 paras - (1) fix fuel supply, (2) double Coal India capacity, (3) set up separate feeder lines and (4) increase renewable power capacity. And the government i...
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