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December 15, 2014 17:53 pm by Raj Singh
Commented on Impact of the RTE Shutdown of Schools
Dear Pankaj, I am operating a budget school in a remote village of Bihar. I am a professional and ventured out to education to contribute my part to my village few years back after quitting premium job in Tata power. Since then tirelessly working to create quality educational institution. Howeve...
December 14, 2014 06:25 am by Luis Miranda
Tejas, thanks. Unfortunately, the auto industry is not different from most other industries where, unless the penalties are very high, customer safety is ignored. The 'Pinto Memo' took this argument to an extreme ... And ths was in the US, not India, albeit one generation back.
December 14, 2014 06:17 am by Luis Miranda
Anirban, thanks for pointing this out. Yes, a car is safer than a scooter. But it can also give a false sense of security, especially at faster speeds during non-peak hours. The point I was making is that we sometimes miss the wood from the trees - should the focus be on profits or safety? Where is ...
December 12, 2014 16:33 pm by Tejas
I agree with you 100 %. Since long the auto industry has closed its eyes and mind for its sales targets. Even the fuel emission control to Euro 4 etc was implemented because of the push of government. Citing costs is a hogwash. The air bags cost claim (Rs 70000) etc is just to deceive the public. ...
December 08, 2014 17:33 pm by Anirban Ghosh
Safety of vehicles must be enhanced. However I must add that Mr. Bhargava has been partially quoted. It is a fact that small cars with more safety features will be more expensive. Mr. Bhargava fears that this will make more Indians buy two-wheelers instead of small cars. Two-wheelers are more accide...
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