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Thursday, November 03, 2011

TCS, CTS, IBM - in towns - a dream

The big companies like TCS, CTS, IBM if opens their offices in small towns of India, then it will be a landmark for their expansion in towns of India and it would be a boon for the local students from those towns who have completed their technical degrees and want to work for these biggies but do not want to shift their base to big cities.

Let us discuss about our Bengal. There are some towns like Asansol, Durgapur, Siliguri, Berhampur, Midnapur, Darjeeling, Malda, Howrah, and so on. So if these 3 biggies open their offices in these towns then how will the name sound. Let us check: -

As for TCS: -

TCS-Asansol, TCS- Durgapur, TCS- Siliguri, TCS- Berhampur, TCS- Midnapur, TCS- Darjeeling, TCS- Malda, TCS- Howrah

As for CTS: -

CTS-Asansol, CTS- Durgapur, CTS- Siliguri, CTS- Berhampur, CTS- Midnapur, CTS- Darjeeling, CTS- Malda, CTS- Howrah

As for IBM: -

IBM-Asansol, IBM- Durgapur, IBM- Siliguri, IBM- Berhampur, IBM- Midnapur, IBM- Darjeeling, IBM- Malda, IBM- Howrah

Doesn’t the sound great? What is your opinion?

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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Future India - Highway Guidelines

The golden quadrilateral project was a landmark in the history of Indian highways. Since then no such big project was implemented for Indian Highways. In India the highways though efficiently built are in a very pathetic state. These highways should be categorized into national highways (connecting metropolitan cities), state highways (connecting second class cities), district highways (connecting towns and villages). These highways should never criss-cross one another in a X-ing manner to prevent slowing down of traffic by one type of highways to the other. They should meet at certain points efficiently so that the traffic speed does not get hindered.

Some of the main points we should keep in mind for highways: -
1) There should be separate highways for private cars / buses and trucks (freights).
2) Speed limit should be fixed and in no case should be brought down or up unnecessarily.
3) There should be bye-lanes along the highways near towns and cities so that the daily traffic of these places should not get inside highways.
4) If possible the highways should be elevated if it passes through a city or town to prevent traffic.
5) Proper bus services should be introduced connecting big cities, small cities and towns.
6) No political / social demonstration should be allowed on highways.
7) Slow moving traffics should not be allowed in highways.

If these basic points are followed properly (there are many more), only then we can introduce big projects like bus and other transport systems that can travel through these highways at speeds close to 400 kms / hr. Similarly dedicated elevated lines for rapid transit of trains between big cities can be introduced if given a proper thought. (according to my last to last post)

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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Future India - Clean India

We often find it very difficult to walk through the streets of India because of the filth and smell that emanates from the different lanes and by-lanes, road sides and other public places be it railway stations or bus terminus. The main reason for the filth and smell is improper dumping of waste materials and human excreta or human urination on roadsides.

If we follow certain basic steps, India would be a much better place to live in.

1) Free public government aided toilets (including urinals) every after half a kilometer in all major cities should be constructed.
2) Proper dumping of household / office / factory waste materials and proper recycling of the waste by the government / municipalities.
3) Concrete roads with no potholes.
4) Footpath at every road / lanes / by-lanes / small roads so that they do not entertain unnecessary accumulation of dust on roadsides.
5) Roads should meet footpaths through proper interfaces just like the British styled roads of Kolkata.
6) Proper drainage systems and no open drains.
7) Awareness among citizens to follow the above steps strictly.

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Future India - Connecting Indian Metropolitan Cities

Indian Metropolitan Cities should be connected by rail and road in such a way so that people can travel between even the farthest of cities within 6 hours. Delhi and Chennai / Bangalore should be covered in 6 hours. Kolkata and Mumbai / Pune should be connected in 4 hours. (say if distance is 2000 kms and it has to be covered in 4 hours. So the speed should be 2000/4 = 500kms/hr) It is achievable. Trains in Japan and China can travel as fast as 800kms/hr. So why should we not have trains in India that can travel in 500kms/hr. Currently an aeroplane covers Pune / Mumbai to Kolkata directly within 1 and a half hour.

Similarly Delhi to Mumbai should not take more than 3 hours. Mumbai to Bangalore / Chennai in another 3 hours. Chennai to Kolkata in another 4 hours. Kolkata to Delhi in another 3 hours. It is achievable. I have dreamt of this possibility and it is now up to the infrastructure planners and engineers to make this dream get converted into reality.

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Thursday, September 01, 2011



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Sunday, August 28, 2011

Future Power Generation in Kolkata

Turbines (Wind Mills) - 14 in number around Suzlon office in Hadapsar, Pune, Maharshtra, India

Future Power Generation in Kolkata can be done by setting up wind mills (turbines) to produce electricity from wind energy along the banks of river Hugli from Sagar Island to Diamond Harbour on both sides of the river as in these places wind blows always at high speed all throughout day. Then it would look like as it is given in the picture below. Bengal Government must think of such ways of power generation to suffice the need for electricity and fulfill the shortage in these parts of Bengal. If Maharashtra Government can, so can Bengal Government.

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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Maa-er Payer Joba Hoye Oth Na Phute Mon

Maa-er payer joba hoye oth na phute mon,
Amar maa er payer joba hoye oth na phute mon,
Tar gondho na thak jaa aache she noi roi bho aboron,
gondho na thak...
O tar gondho na thak jaa aache she noi roi bho aboron,
Maa-er payer joba hoye oth na phute mon,
Amar maa er payer joba hoye oth na phute mon,

Jani jui maloti hai, koto gondho je chorai,
Tobu ghorer khele porer kaache nijere bilai ---2
Ore tor moto je nei ko taader maaer poi alapon, tor moto je...
O mon tor moto je nei ko taader maaer poi alapon,

Maa-er payer joba hoye oth na phute mon,
Amar maa er payer joba hoye oth na phute mon.

Amar tai to lage bhoi,
Prolobhon er phade pore hoi bujhi maa khoi, ---2

Ore jeno bhulish na, tor doya moyi maa,
Taar rokto makha kalo rupe guchai kali ma, ---2
O mon tai boli aye oi ranga pai kori attoshomorpon, tai boli aye...
O montai boli aye oi ranga pai kore attoshomorpon,

Maa-er payer joba hoye ...

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Sunday, May 15, 2011

Change in Bengal Politics

Bengal Politics has seen a big change from Left Rule to the TMC Rule on 13th May, 2011. It was a Friday. Friday the 13th which was unlucky for the Left Parties who had been ruling Bengal at a stretch for 34 years. Almost three and a half decades ruling a state in India is not a joke. One needs to have character to do so. Left had that under Jyoti Basu for about 24 years and then 10 years under Buddhadeb Bhattacharya. Now, Mamata Banerjee will sworn in as the new Chief Minister of Bengal on 18th May at the Brigade Parade Grounds. People have a lot of expectations from her and some even dreamt of her to be the next Bidhan Chandra Ray under whom Bengal had experiences all around development.

It feels bad for Buddhadeb Bhattacharya who was an able administrator but one wrong step by him (allowing the police to shoot at the villagers of Nandigram) made his government loose the Lok Sabha and now the Bidhan Sabha elections in 2010 and 2011 respectively.

Congratulations to Mamata Banerjee would be too less to admit and acknowledge her perseverance and ability to fight against all odds. She started from a mere party worker and beating MP Somnath Chatterjee from his own constituency to Rail Ministry (a couple of times) to the present post of Chief Minister of Bengal. It is definitely a long way and only time will tell if she can be successful in being an able administrator who can drive Bengal from poverty, debt to the most prosperous state in future and retaining the long lost glory of Bengal.

Left Party (CPIM) did a lot of work for Bengal in terms of farming, panchayat system, infrastructure and cultural areas but was a total failure in economy, healthcare, education and job market creation. Thus Bengal could no more be called a state which thinks matters one day ahead of the rest of India (“What Bengal thinks today, India thinks tomorrow”). It is a matter of time to see whether Mamata can revive Bengal to a different revolution of overall development that her party’s manifesto promises.

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Sunday, April 03, 2011

We Bengalis are interesting people

We Bengalis are very interesting people. You can categorize Bengalis especially those who are currently staying in West Bengal / Kolkata because of their interests. There are Ghotis (who are Indian Bengalis) and there are Bangals (who are Bangladeshi Bengalis) but moved t o India during partition of Bengal. There are those who are supporters of Mohunbagan and others are supporters of East Bengal in football. In religion there are Hindus, Muslims, Christians, and Buddhists. In terms of politics there are people who support CPIM (Communist Party of India ), while some supports Congress and other who support Trinamool Congress. There are babus who work in government jobs while some work in IT and other private jobs. Some love to eat Bengali food while some love to go to Pizza Hut for Pizzas and similar modern foods.

There are people who love their Bangaliana (Bengalihood) while some are there who hate it even though they call themselves Bengali and carry their forefather’s surname. There are people who love Kolkata and Bengal while there are some who love any other place in the world other than Bengal. In caste there are Brahmins, Baidyas, Kshatriyas, Benes (Baniyas), Vaidyas, Shudras, SCSTs and OBCs. There are some who love Krishna, Rama, Jesus, Allah, Buddha, Maa Durga, Maa Kali, Maa Saraswati even though they do or do not belong to that religion.

There are lazy Bengalis while there are very active Bengalis Sourav Gangulys and Monotosh Aichs. There are Bengalis who do not have any ambitions while there are Bengalis who are successful like Amartya Sen. There are Bengalis who like to work under others in jobs while there are others who are Business minded like Subrata Roy. There are singers like Kishore Kumar, Manna Deys while there are non-singer Bengalis too. There are actors like Uttam Kumar while there are people who cannot act too. There are politicians like Didi (Mamata Banerjee) while there are other politicians like Buddhadeb Bhattacharya and Pranab Babu.

Thus in spite of all such differences we all are Bengalis and should remain as Bengalis and try to do betterment for our community. Bengali is the 5th largest spoken language ion the whole world. So in all such differences we Bengalis should be united in so much diversity. So let us say together “Banglar Jai, Bangalir Jai”. “Bangaliana” live forever.

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2011 Cricket World Cup Champions - INDIA !!!

Congratulations Dhoni, Team India and every single Indian around the globe for lifting the Cricket World Cup 2011 !!!

We Indians are the new champions for the next 4 years.

We have now done it after 28 years after Kapil Dev's 1983 World Cup Win !!!

Each one of you are worth 1 crore rupees.

We all have been a part of this historic win either through television or giant screen or in person at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

2nd April, 2011

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Friday, April 01, 2011

Inhuman Working Hours

After working for 2 telecom companies in last 2 years, what I have come to understand is that inhuman working hours are on a rise among the present employees. It is not only restricted to telecom companies. Modern day employees are robbed off from their rest, social duties by promises of extra salaries and perks. Modern day employees are ready to be fooled by such companies only to get some extra money. They work from 9:00am in the morning to 12:00midnight at a stretch even if they are reluctant to do so. It is like robbing them of their basic fundamental rights of getting peace and mental rest. They are also made to work 6 days a week and in most cases they are not paid much for an extra day work. Even they are called on Sundays to work thus making them a mere doll in the hands of employees.

To stop such inhuman activites by the employers the employees should appeal in the court of law or in parliament and pass a bill to reduce working hours to a fixed of 8 hours and 5 days a week. Only them present day generation will get time to mingle with the society and have mental peace and rest which they lack leading to all sorts of mental disorders and health deterioration. These are also leading to unhappy relations with spouses, divorce cases and even suicide and murders.

Employees cannot have proper relationships with their spouses and thus they tend to start extra marital affairs with their colleagues and even same-gender relationships with their colleagues from their offices. Thus it is high time that our government should think something about the working hours, time limits of the young generation so that our generation can also get at least peace of mind and social lives like their fathers and grandfathers once used to have.
NOTE: People interested in this movement can e-mail me so that we can start a mass movement.

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Friday, March 25, 2011

I support for Buddhadeb Bhattacharya

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Sunday, March 13, 2011

Vodafone robbed me of my number 9830540355

The Kolkata Vodafone Prepaid no 9830540355 was bought in 2003 in my mother's name (B. Chattoraj). Since then I used it from Jan, 2004. At that time it was Hutchison Essar. Till 6th March, 2011, I had used this number by being brand loyal to Hutch. (currently Vodafone-Essar). But being loyal was my greatest mistake. I came to Pune on Jan, 2010 and still used the connection on roaming mode by filling Rs 200 talk time every 6 months since I had converted it to lifetime connection.

On 9th March, 2011, my mother visited the Vodafone Shop at CIT Road, Kolkata and they said that since I did not submit the papers they disconnected my number (it was saying 'Sim Card Registration Failed') and to get the number back again I need to convert it from prepaid to postpaid and use it and for that they charged Rs 300. They said since I used the phone in roaming mode for more than 6 months it was also another reason why my no was disconnected. Since the phone was in my mother's name they asked my mother to pay Rs 1200 for a previous postpaid connection that my other had inspite of my mother having paid the amount to them and surrendering the connection. After being a loyal customer of Hutchison-Vodafone-Essar, I should be given privilige to use the number for any time I like with some grace period of submitting the documents (which my mother had already done while buying the connection in year 2003).

Now if anyone from Vodafone does not contact me and give me my number 9830540355 back free of cost, them I will be forced to leave Vodafone and take up another connection for the rest of my life. Also I would promise to never buy any Vodafone connection for the rest of my life. I would also discourage others to buy one. Thus vodafone has lost a brand loyal customer like me and thus they would also loose many such brand loyal customer like me in near future if their policy is to harass customers instead of helping them.

Thus I was bound to write painfully "Vodafone robbed me of my number 9830540355".

Vaijayanta Chattoraj

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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Bryam Adams at Pune near Magarpatta City

Last evening as I was returning from office I saw the newly constructed Amanora Shopping Mall (which is just opposite the under construction Magarpatta Shopping Mall) very well lit with big sedans and SUVs entering the complex with eager eyes inside the cars waiting to have a glimpse of Bryan Adams inside the Shopping Mall. Young guys and girls and even middle aged people dressed in their best attires were flocking inside the mall to see him.

Yes, Bryam Adams was in Pune last evening at Amanora Shopping Mall opposite Magarpatta City Mall, just a stones throw away from the
Kodre's place at Kirtane Baug in Mundhawa Village where I stay. Tickets were sold at 2K, 5K and 10K prices starting from one month before the event and people did not hesitate to buy tickets at such exorbitant prices to see their singing sensation of whom they have only read in newspapers and watched on television. I had heard about his arrival a month ago from Manish Chandra Malhotra a friend of mine who also stayed on the room beside my room at Mukta Chandra Hostel at Bhujbal Wasti near Hinjewadi-Wakad Bridge.

I waited outside the gates of the Shopping Mall for about 30 minutes to 1 hour to check out whether I can see the famous personality entering the complex but that did not happen instead I saw rich and filthy rich well dressed people arriving at their best cars with their families, friends and dates.

No doubt it was a great experience to see volunteers (young and old) and
Maharashtra policemen working hard to keep the narrow stretch of the road traffic-jam free. In the process the police with their long sticks hit poor local people who flouted the traffic rules and were going through the wrong side of the road. That was correct but a bit cunning.

As I entered my room which is about half a kilometer away from the happening place, I heard loud cheering of people, music and voice of the legendary singing sensation's voice hitting my eardrum as it came faintly from far and there was a big halo effect on the sky over the place where the festival was taking place.

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Sunday, January 23, 2011

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011



Amake amar moto thakte dao,
ami nijeke nijer moto guchiye niyechi,
jeta chilona chilona,
seta na paoai thaak,
shob pele noshto jibon...

Tomar ei duniyar jhapsa alo,
kichu sondher buro howa kaancher moto,
jodi ure jete chao,
tobe gaa bhashiye dao,
doorbin-e chokh rakhbo
naa naa naa naa....

Ei, jahaj mashtul chharkhar,
tobu golpo likhchi baachbaar,
ami rakhte chaina aar taar,
kono raat dupurer apdaar,
tai chesta korchi baar baar,
saatre paar khojaaaaaaar...

---a song by Anupam Roy

I had heard about the success of this song in Kolkata from movie Autograph during the last months of 2010, but never thought that this song would be so famous among the non-Bengalis too. I downloaded the song on 8th of Jan, 2011 at my office workstation for some entertainment during the boring hours at office. Moreover I downloaded this song on the request of one Marathi guy called Suresh Gaikwad at my office. He heard this song from the caller tune of a guy from Kolkata Idea office. Suresh liked the song so much that he immediately asked me the meaning of the song and asked me to download the song “Amake amar moto thakte dao…” for him. I did so and copied the song from my workstation to his and he immediately made the song his ring tone and started hearing the song again and again.

When I reached office next day early in the morning around 7am and to bear the boring hours I played the song in my workstation with a low volume so that people who are sitting next to me from my team can hear the song as well. Two Marathi friends Suhas Pharande and Swapnil Band were sitting next to me and they even liked the song so much that they agreed that the composition of the song, the music and the singer Anupam Roy did a great job in making the song. In the meantime when I went to the washroom the song was over and when I came back I saw the Marathi guys play the Bengali song and enjoying every part of it. Suhas was even trying to sing the song. That time I felt that for liking good music one does not need to learn the language and good music is above any language barrier. Good music has no boundaries or limitations. It can attract anyone anytime.

Later another friend, Mudit Shukla from Chattisgarh also appreciated the beauty of the music from the song “Amake amar moto thakte dao…”. This shows that the song is famous not only in Kolkata among the Bengalis but also among non-Bengalis from all over India and the world. This song has so much potential and it shows the success of singer, composer and lyricist Anupam Roy (Anupam-da). Thanks a lot Anupam-da for creating such good music.

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