Hr Advisory & Executive Coaching
Let us not try to give a castiest approach to every thing in India. I do not see any reason to mention a successful "Dalit" entrepreneur. Let us unite India, not divide it.
Dr. Sunil Pevekar
30th May 2011 From India, Mumbai
As mentioned in the article itself, "Rich Dalits" wouldn't do anything for "Poor Dalits" akin to "Rich Upper Caste" would never do anything for "Poor Upper caste" akin "Rich Hindus/Muslims/Sikhs/Christians/Jews..." wouldn't help "Poor Hindus/Muslims/Sikhs/Christians/Jews..."
Indeed its all about Rich & Poor / Haves & Have Nots. Its never about upper or lower caste or one religion versus another religion....
31st May 2011 From India, Delhi
I want to tell you.
" Khudi ko kar buland itna ki khuda aaker puche bande se bol teri rja kya hai"
Think about former president K.R. Narayanan.
The Indian Express had reported that President K.R. Narayanan, who belongs to the Scheduled Caste (Paravan) of Kerala,
31st May 2011 From India, Lucknow
I beg to differ, but if we the youth (The Future) of our country have such narrow thinking attitude, then we need to change..
As a management professional the entrepreneurs are born and nothing to with such things..!!
1st June 2011 From India, Ahmadabad
2nd June 2011 From India, Delhi
" The caste practice in India may die or not exist only, when a new world will comeup after this existing world disappear"
such is the deep routed impression of caste. even now a child is born with a caste tag and even after death of a man he belongs to a particular caste....even a ghost in india may be called as ...hi this is that man who is such caste.......
3rd June 2011 From India, Madras