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Many of the private sector industries have adopted the total quality management philosophy in India and follow the principle "fix it before it broke" whereas it seems the public sector units follow the principle of "do not fix it even if it is broke unless they are forced to by the visit of VVIPs like the President". How do you change it? A paradigm shift in the way Government officials think and do must happen. That paradigm shift should not be caused by visit of VVIP. Raman
Interesting..You need the President of a Nuclear power to visit the neighbourhood toget the road fixed till the next monsoon rain!What does it take to get the roadsfixed up and sidewalks repaired ?I say, let the Chief Minister invite George W to visit the ailing Ford Motor company. The advance secret service detail may send in a construction crew in C5 birds to not only fix the roads for miles that will last for few years and they may even fence the side walk like the ones they are building in US/Mexican border.All for FREE. May be not..There is always the option that US can raise the Visitor Visa application fee by another $200 bucks.The choice is better than holding a Air show and flying Tata in a fighter jet.
You guys are so old fashioned, talking about roads and such. Just for ordinary poor Indians who travel everyday from Guindy to Tambaram and vice versa, the Railways and TamilNadu Govt. flagged off a train, named "Gharib Rath".... The future is in railways... Can't u see.
RamanYes.. a basic shift is needed.. where there is ownership and accountability.. both are lacking now..KarthikI am not seeing your point.. but 'Gharib Rath'.. the I kind of don't like the name itself.. Why say 'Poor' train..? What is the meaning and undertone here?