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1. Centuries of evolution have made the Indian intelligentsia into a unique race.
2. Maharashtrian intelligentsia, this author feels, is second to none among all intelligentsias in this country. However, it is existentially faced with a few problems, listed below:
I. PROBLEMS NOT OF ITS MAKING:
a. It is, numerically, a very small per
These are the days of ilk-driven society. In this age, community-nepotism is rampant; it is no longer the age of the scholar or the pundit, but the age of the trader or the merchant-broker. The intellectual is no longer favored and coveted, but is, in fact, ignored and heavily and deliberately disfavored.
Ambarish Chari is a brilliant young IT graduate, from a rich family, who is proud of his ilk. He notes that he is not able to get, land, a challenging
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