“If a civil engineer becomes an Indian Administrative Services Officer, s/he can add offer inputs in construction projects, mechanical engineers cannot,” Deb said at an event marking Civil Service Day in Agartala. “One should not opt for civil services after studying mechanical engineering. Civil engineers have the experience and knowledge to help build administration and society. Civil engineering gives that knowledge.”
My search for the article leads me to a bust sort of.
I was researching an article to know why really, men, do not like to have a big woman (extra pounds) as their choice of partner over thinner women? At the outset I questioned if that was real or just socio cultural, searching online. The first search page wasn’t so educating, it was filled with feminist articles instead. I was able to find one that said “Why men don’t fancy big women“.
Either I didn’t read through or missed, but I clicked to only find a suffix inside .. But Should. It was by author, a Katy Horwood. I did think before that it was courageous of Huffpost UK to even try that article out and nearly increased my respect for an otherwise well known left/feminist media. Ofcourse this was short lived. Continue reading “Why really men don’t fancy big women, and won’t. Top 10 Reasons.”
“If we decide about anything like our life depended on it, the outcomes would be drammatically different from what it is now, or, if its the last chance you’ll ever get. How would that change our decision?”
India carries a large bag of poor people that have been unable for centuries to really move up the classes. If few people have moved higher, more have been produced at lower level. The bag keeps getting heavier. Continue reading “Poverty in India can be finished in one generation. India can be First World.”