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Globalization Exposed By Rajiv Dixit : Must Listen!

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I personally never understood the concept of ‘Globalization’. The advertisements are misleading and no one really cares what we’re seeing and buying. If you have 1% patriotism left in you and 0.5% brain; you should listen to this lecture by Late. Shri. Rajiv Dixit. I’ll be keen to know what you’ve to say after listening to the lecture.

Rajiv Dixit's Eye Opening Lecture On Globalization

Late. Shri. Rajiv Dixit

By the way – Rajiv Dixit was an engineer & a scientist. He knows what he’s saying.



9 Comments

  1. Manu Rawat

    January 13, 2012

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    Though some of his theories sound doubtful n more like conspiracy theories but he definitely talks sense n raise questions in mind. I talked to some of my frnz abt him n sadly those convent educated, self proclaimed(well nt totally self-proclaimed as they all have MBA dgrees with them) intellectuals consider him illiterate !!!

    • The Big K

      January 13, 2012

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      That’s the sad part. The British Rule carefully and intentionally developed systems that would put Indians into perpetual slavery. Mental slavery is the worst thing ever.

  2. Vikrant

    January 13, 2012

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    Were it not for the fact that Mahatma Gandhi was cremated and not buried, he would surely have rolled in his grave at the state of the things. For he was the one true champion of promoting local industries.
    And it is highly ironic that the party which uses his image, has done most of the damage. (not that the opposition parties are any better in this regard).

    The lecture raises some important issues. That our country is not able to produce one decent digital chip is perhaps because we are enamored more by imported potato chips. (those who are feeling jubilant about the Aakash Tablet should note that it is only assembled in India, chips are from outside)
    We should learn from China. They are busy learning the art of producing high quality electronic chips. So much so that even an iPod these days is made in China.
    (Though it must be admitted we have become quite proficient in BPO and IT sector but again it is not as hi tech as chip manufacturing)

    • The Big K

      January 13, 2012

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      I recently had a conversation with the maker of PARAM supercomputer – Dr. Vijay Bhatkar. He narrated his story of developing first super computer. My first question to him was – why did the Government not ask our computer engineers to develop the supercomputer? Why did they go to Foreign countries to ask for the technology?

      He said, no one believed that our engineers can ‘do’ it.

      Very unfortunate! The Aakash tablet never impressed me. At a personality contest, I asked a candidate why he wants to go abroad? His answer was quite obvious – “Sir, I want to go to the US to learn new technology and then bring it back to India”. I asked where did the Americans go to ‘learn that technology’ & he was speechless.

  3. Vikrant

    January 13, 2012

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    Though we are faced with the problem of brain drain. There is hope in many areas, as pointed out about PARAM.
    For example,our professors in IITs are quite good,(even though they were recently criticised by shree Jairam Ramesh). One evidence is the NPTEL project. Just watch youtube comments on the NPTEL video lectures , people from all over the world are benefiting from it. Some of those lecture series match the quality of MIT OCW.

    Internet has done what governments couldn’t do. Our young generation can benefit from the good things of western civilisation such as MIT OCW , Stanford OCW and also our own NPTEL.
    One of the major reasons why youngsters are attracted to foreign univs is because of quality of teaching. It is undeniable that teaching in non-IIT colleges creates more problems than it solves. But now we have the internet to help us.

    Summary is, as Rajiv Dixit said we must learn the good things from the west such as knowledge and work ethics, instead of that part of their diet which consists mostly of wasteful animal products and obesity inducing fast foods.

  4. Shyam sundar Tiwari

    January 20, 2012

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    Congress party has only one thing for keeping his memory alive. And that is they have sold him by printing on currency. What ever they have done since the beginning of independenace is all against the wishes mahatma. I am sure that present situation of importing foreign waste and disregarding our talent is only for the sake of commission. They are afraid of that if our countrymen are encouraged to produce exellent product, they had to forgive the hafty commission paid to them by foreign companies.

  5. vikash chhajer

    August 1, 2012

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    My god where is the country headed now? when Ex FM is the current PM for last 9 years!!!

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