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Will HE be the next Chetan Bhagat?

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the quest of sparrows
by sureshkm on Apr 17, 2012 02:17 PM

it is really fantastic to know that the authour has inspired the seeking heart to get out of the shell of the little world and think higher about the purpose of their life. kudos to the authour that he has in this young age has the courage, caliber, and willingness to create a change in the society which is degrading in human values and morals in geometric proportion. he has also made a point about the fake gurus who again kept people more interested in financial aspects of life to get famous which are many in india anyways.

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mallishwar dharanikota
by mallishwar dharanikota on Apr 08, 2012 09:16 PM  | Hide replies

Your comment on Sathya sai Baba makes your life and writing skills uninspiring.come to puttaparthi, see for yourself.if you still find Sathya sai baba life uninspiring i will buy one lakh copies of your book.

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Re: uninspiring
by sureshkm on Apr 17, 2012 02:30 PM
dear friend, here we are talking of the non-gross matters and not of the gross matters of what this baba is famous far. u r in a different page. u have to seek inside and here we are talking of a higher life and not the school, college, hospitals etc. we have seen enough immorality which is associated with this so called baba. wake up!!

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Re: uninspiring
by MANOJ SAMAL on Apr 24, 2012 05:41 PM
i am fully agree with you ,sai ram

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@ mr DEEp
by nagesh on Apr 07, 2012 10:31 PM

@ mr DEEP..
can u tell me what education u took and which job u r doing..
see even our PM is PHD in economics...
but that does not mean he should work as chief of planning commision whole of his life..
so dont call the author of this book who is an IITan as looser..
tell me what is ur qualification and which job u r doing...
and then i will bring down u to u r orginality as compared to u r rythless comments for calling this author as a loser..

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@ amit ashtikar
by nagesh on Apr 07, 2012 10:19 PM

U choooduuu now take this from me..
rbi governer d subarao sir is IIT alumni..
nandan nilekani/narayan murthi sir of infosys are IIT alumni..
Ajiit balakrishnan sir is IIM alumni, who for ur information is CEO of rediff.com and mind it rediff is not any small company as it's ADR are listed on US stock exchange..
there is a big list unable to accomadate here for great achievers of IIT/IIM aluminus..

if there is competition between u and me one day for ur list of non IIT/IIMans and my list of IITans/IIMans of great people then I promise u I will smack u down

even some golddiggggers like u can earn much more money or fame with luck or illegal activities but that does not mean that u great than IITans or IIM people..
so watch ur words when u r trying malign such premier institutes..

i m not form these premier institute but i still keep respect for these premier institutes; u dont know how much hard working and talented IIT/IIM people are..

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Amit Ashtekar
Choices beyond IIT & IIM
by Amit Ashtekar on Apr 06, 2012 11:54 AM  | Hide replies

IIT & IIMs Grads get the natural advantage of getting a higher management post & therefore right from the beginning their CV gets a unfair advantage. E.Sreedharan,V.J.Kurien,Kiran Bedi,Rajeev Dubey,Dashrath Patel, Rohit Bal, Sharukh Khan, Vidhu Vinod Chopra There are many who have made it big in life without an IIT & IIM background

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Re: Choices beyond IIT & IIM
by nagesh on Apr 07, 2012 09:58 PM
U chooduuu.....then why don't u become one of those big league (vj kurien , kiran bedi and so on..)..without having a degree from IIT/IIM
working in some IT company infornt of a PC and passing such mediocre comments against IIT/IIM people does not make u great..
u know even kiran bedi was civil service examination topper..
ok in that cae if u think IIT/IIM people are not great enough..and people like (vj kurien , kiran bedi and so on..) can be crteated without those degrees then
why u even study till u r graduation..bcos there are some great people without having a graduation and done only schooling till class 10..
like dhirubhai ambani, anna hazare, sachin tendulkar...

dont accuse or try to downgrade premier institutes like IIT and IIM, which are emblem of respect in INDIA and worldwide for its education...
I think u dont know about IIT/IIM alumni who are major part of indian MNC, US MNCs and yes indian/worlwide economy..
u dont know or rather I can say u dont know the amount which IIT and IIM alumni penetrated into the pillars of worlwide economy and education..
if these IIT/IIM alumni dont work for a year worldwide then mind it...it's for sure that world economy or worlwide MNCs could not work or for that matter stumble and u can see great economic recession as great as 1930 or worse than 2008..

now take this from me..
rbi governer d subbarao is IIT alumni..
nandan nilekani/narayan murthi of infosys are IIT alumni..
Ajit balakrishnan is IIM alumni, who for ur information

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Pavan Nori
Luck needs to come by way.
by Pavan Nori on Apr 06, 2012 07:02 AM  | Hide replies

Its very interesting to see a talented young man with multiple skills, having said that I need to make a point that luck needs to come by way and hope is on its way for you. I am quiet surprised at the comments passed on Sathya Sai Baba, its unfortunate the we dont distinguish between good,bad and evil and so we tend to compare them without proper rationale. I believe any writer/journalist/columnist should have complete subject knowledge and individuals that we are commenting on. Once persona is elevated on their self control and humility. I have read a couple of comments below having similar objections as of my, I can see their respect towards the author's work as well as their sensitivity towards a genuine spiritual guru- Sathya Sai Baba. I suggest instead of speaking and writing hey-way literature, let us speak and write genuine, deep knowledge of the subject and also present in subtle words so that the society can benefit.

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Re: Luck needs to come by way.
by Ramus on Apr 08, 2012 04:51 AM
Nice comment Pavan. Some of the so called educated people forget sometimes with thier ignorance (and arogance). But barking dog does not harm the sky or moon. Do not judge a person based on prizes and awards. From what one writes or speaks tells more about that person. I did not like the stupid comment on Sathya Sai Baba, whom the world worships as God.

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Re: Re: Luck needs to come by way.
by MANOJ SAMAL on Apr 24, 2012 05:45 PM
i am fully agree with RAMUS my brother

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Re: Luck needs to come by way.
by sureshkm on Apr 17, 2012 02:27 PM
i beg to differ from you dear who ever calls this fake baba of putaparti as a spiritual guru. he has in many many occasions being caught up on immoral and cheap acts. just be constructing school and hospital one cannot qualify to be a spiritual guru. people poured money in believing in his fake majics and messmerisms, he wanted to be famous and attracted more people by opening schools, hospitals and colleges. we know the kind of wealth accumulation and frauds and politicians involved in this organisation. whoever is spiritual who has in the past never involved money at all in their life. lets get the essence and concepts clear gentlemen with all due respects to all of you. before reverting to me with all our ego, think is my message made any sense and if there is truth in my message. we have to go higher in life and thats what is the essense of kartiks message in the book. its beyond material life.

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