Monthly Archives: December 2013

Happy 2014 :)!

Happy New Year to all Environmentally -Responsible (and hoping to be that) citizens of the World!

Times are changing, so is climate…our lives are changing…best way ahead for us, as a human race, is to lead our life in an eco-conscious way (reducing our eco-footprint as much as is practically possible)…

Here’s to a happy and healthy, safe and sound ‘Us’ in the year 2014!

Arvind Kejriwal – Biography Highlights – A distinguished, well-educated activist!

Arvind Kejriwal is a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, where he studied Mechanical Engineering.
Kejriwal joined the Indian Revenue Service in 1995 after qualifying through the Civil Services Examination. He worked for the IRS as a Joint Commissioner in the Income Tax Department.
Kejriwal won the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership in 2006 for his contribution to the enactment of the Right to Information Act.
In 2006, after resigning from the IRS, he donated his Magsaysay award money as a corpus fund to found an NGO, Public Cause Research Foundation. is a Delhi, India-based NGO that works for just, transparent, accountable and participatory governance. (Source: Wikipedia)

Congratulations and Best wishes to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for this historic opportunity to transform Delhi (India)!

Road is tough; goal is hard to achieve, but is reachable!

For all those who think ‘what actually economists do other than playing with equations and statistics’?

I refer to you, the following link:

Ed Dolan comments on Gernot Wagner’s Book, ‘But Will the Planet Notice?’

Briefly, economists can apply statistical distributions to analyze global phenomenon like ‘climate change’ and suggest corrective course of action; they can measure genetic variance to decide on which endangered species to focus on; can reinforce technically that no matter how difficult a goal is, it is achievable if market (mechanism) supports it.

Basically, pay for what you get – be it the ‘self-proclaimed’ right to pollute!

I particularly like the last proposition, which I can use to convince the polluters, which is technically the ‘There ain’t no such thing like a free lunch’ (TANSTAAFL) principle.

Movie review – Dhoom 3

Film had three definitive ‘Dhoom’ points – Start, Intermission and End…all three belonged to Aamir Khan…He did justice to the role and took it to the next level (admit that I am a big Aamir fan )…Certain stunts were awesome…for instance, bike on a rope.
Jai and Ali were their usual self. Katrina’s dance moves are good. Music is average.
Must watch for Aamir fans & lovers of fun action!