Sudhir Bisht's Blog (4)

India's Fight Against Corruption

After living in Lagos for 6 years, I relocated back to my home town in India earlier this year.

I am a Delhi boy, more specifically a New Delhi boy and hence always alive to the political scene of my country.

Indian economy has been growing at 8-9% year-on-year and with a population of 1.2 Billion people, one-fourth of which is upper, middle, middle-middle and lower-middle class, Indian economy is much adored all over the world.

But there is another India, that has come…


Added by Sudhir Bisht on August 20, 2011 at 5:54pm — 2 Comments

Kailo Shailey in New Delhi

Delhi- A city of Parks

I am just back in Lagos after a 30 day annual vacation in my home town in Delhi.

Delhi is where I was born and Delhi is what lives in my spirit. The spirit represents adventure and zeal for life.

Delhi is a very resilient city. It was looted and even razed several times by the invading armies of all hues, from all corners of Asia. And finally the the Brits ruled India from Delhi…

Added by Sudhir Bisht on March 17, 2010 at 5:52pm — 1 Comment

President Zuma fathers 20th child. Applaud his sincerity or lambast his promiscuity?

President Zuma is a man of many parts. He wears his cultural identity on his sleeves. He excels in the fine art of keeping his constituency on his side always and can turn disastrous situations into winning campaigns.

There was a time in the recent past when many analysts were writing the obituary of his political life.
In 2005 he was embroiled in an alleged-rape case controversy. Mr. Zuma not only survived the rape case but came out stronger…

Added by Sudhir Bisht on February 8, 2010 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

To Achieve Is To Lose - The incredible story of Coach Amodu


Football is the most watched, most played and most talked about game in the world.

But my beloved country India, which houses 1/6th of the world population, is woefully ignorant about this beautiful game.

We are content being the No-1 cricketing nation (a newly acquired status in the longer version of the game called the “Tests”) in the world; a game played by not more than a dozen odd countries.

To me football was a game played… Continue

Added by Sudhir Bisht on February 4, 2010 at 6:24pm — 2 Comments

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