Before I entered politics myself, one of my more frequent laments had been about the abdication by the Indian educated professional classes of our political responsibility for our own destiny. My generation grew up in an India where a vast gulf separated those who went into the professions or the civil services, and those who entered politics. read more..
Shri Salman Anees Soz
Santhosh D’Souza, AIPC Bangalore Central, Karnataka
Dr M S Madhusoodanan, AIPC Trivandrum, Kerala
Lieutenant General DS Hooda
Shri Mohan Kumaramangalam
It’s indeed a pleasure to look back upon all that we have managed to achieve together in these few months since the first edition of AIPC Inspire! was published.
Congratulations to the AIPC Inspire! team for bringing out the next edition of our magazine. The team has worked exceptionally hard to compile timely, relevant, and interesting content that I am certain will hold the attention of AIPC Fellows.
‘April is the cruellest month’ wrote T. S. Eliot in his poem The Waste Land, in 1922. Almost a hundred years later, the words came back to haunt us!