About

In this new year 2012, I decided to exercise my fundamental right of “Freedom of Expression” through this blog.  I’ve been satiating my urge to write and express thro micro blogging sites for some time now and I thought that the time has come to graduate to more serious writing and hence this blog site.  Without limiting myself to any subject, I’m going to write on anything under the sun – from political theatre to economics to travel to art to management to cinema to drama to cricket to music to etc etc,…

Winston Churchill famously said “We shape our buildings and thereafter they shape us”.  Likewise what we read shape what we write, I guess.  So pardon me for any indulgence !

My sincere thanks for taking the time to visit the blog and read.  Please feel free to express your feedback/comments/Critique on the post you read.

28 thoughts on “About

  1. vinai says:

    Hi Anand,
    Good analysis indeed!Let’s hope for a good GDP! I do have certain issues close to my heart.
    1)First & formost is Power(a power hungry nation that we are in all senses…)-A country with abundant sunshine almost throughout the year we can reduce our leanings towards the nuclear power whatever may be the interests of those in power in Delhi & their handlers,and follow the rest of the world in phasing out nuclear power so that we don’t leave a holocaust for the future generations who has to inhabit this planet and not get annihilated.Whatever said, there is a constant underlying danger while operating as well as in storing the spent fuel rods. We can concentrate on SOLAR(PVC’s cost will definitely come down once produced in mass for the 120 crore Indian populace,it is only the technology transfer cost that is killing) & wind energy to the extent possible.Just like the rain water harvesting arrangement made compulsory for every household, construction of solar&/wind power generation arrangement should be made compulsory before giving approval for every new construction.Think about it & we shall discuss ….
    other issues we shall take up later
    I have become a follower of not only your forwards now your blog too.
    Vinai

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  2. Ward Karapetyan says:

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  3. To
    Anand Kumar S
    Blog Admin
    https://anandkumarrs.wordpress.com/

    Dear Mr. Anand Kumar,

    Greetings on behalf of The Indian Republic!

    The Indian Republic (TIR) is an English language mainstream Indian news-portal (www.theindianrepublic.com), run by a youth-owned not-for-profit outfit, Citizens for Accountable Governance. Our members are alumnus of top academic and work institutions across India and abroad like the IITs, IIMs, ISB, Wharton, BCG, JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank etc. TIR was was launched ceremoniously on the 2nd October 2013 in Delhi, in the presence of esteemed personalities across different fields.

    TIR operates as a mainstream News and Views portal, and through its CitiJourn section, TIR intends to engage over one lakh citizen reporters through its web and mobile platforms. The portal has gained about 1,50,000 followers in a month’s time.

    To further our cause of accountable governance, we believe different perspectives need to be studied and aired in the mainstream media- which has hitherto been biased one way or the other. Towards this end, we believe you – as a leading blogger- can help us further the cause.

    We propose a mutually beneficial arrangement, wherein we can publish each other’s content with full name attribution. We also have a news feed widget which you can put on your blog for running, up to date breaking news and others.

    Given our increasing number of visitors due to our marketing spent, I’m convinced featuring your content on our portal can give you good write-ups enhanced eyeballs.

    Let me know if this is something that interests you and we can discuss this further.

    Thank you.

    Regards,

    Niyati Parikh
    The Indian Republic

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