Archive for December, 2006


India Vs China – the contrasting giants, as the economic power swings back to Asia

For the last few decades, I was always focused on the United States. Running an Indian IT company, life was almost US centric. Business in technology space can never afford to ignore the US. Most clients were in the US. Most funding came from the US. The technology business culture came from the US. And [...]


Primary education in India – Applying entrepreneurship

Every one is gung-ho about the Indian economy. In the quarter ending Sept ‘06, the GDP grew by 9.1%. India is part of the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) economies, considered the most promising ones for the next 50 years. Asia, it is increasingly believed, is running on two engines – China and India; and [...]


C-DOT – How to set crazy goals, reach them and get fired?

CDOT – the early days: How to set crazy goals, work hard, get great things done and get fired for it? This is about the years I spent in CDOT – the best years of my life. This posting is a bit longish. But I tried my best to keep it short — just couldn’t. [...]


Why being an Entrepreneur can be the best thing today in India?

Entrepreneurs are beginning to make an impact on India today. I like the way Guy Kawasaki put it “The entrepreneur’s role is to make the world a better place and reap some economic rewards for doing so.” True entrepreneurs are evangelists and revolutionaries in a way. So many of them are told they are crazy, [...]