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'Global' Nalanda University to open doors in 2-storied government school
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Amartya Sen reaffirms Nalanda University's commitment to equity

The Nalanda University will not implement reservation for Indians or foreign nationals, but it is deeply committed to equity, Nobel laureate Amartya Sen said here on Sunday. "We have a deep commitment to equity, to get students from backgrounds, ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

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India's health sector dismal: Amartya Sen

Stating that India\\'s health sector is in a "dismal condition", Nobel laureate Amartya Sen on Thursday said over reliance on private health sector without the availability of basic public health services would lead to exploitation of vulnerable and ...
 IBN Live1 month ago A damning analysis of Indian injustice and inequality  Irish Times2 weeks ago Hypocritical India  Times of India1 month ago Amartya Sen: What India Can Learn From China  Huffington Post1 month ago

Amartya Sen advised me not to be hasty: Sugato

Bose isn't stepping down as chairman of the mentor group for the moment.But, the Trinamool candidate may give it a thought once the elections are over.
 Times of India2 weeks ago Sen asked me to continue: Sugata  The Statesman2 weeks ago
Financial Express Bangladesh

Amartya termed BD rising economic power: Amu

:39:13 A A- A+ Industries Minister Amir Hossain Amu has said Nobel laureate economist Amartya Sen and other economists have identified Bangladesh as a rising economic power in South-and South East Asia. The Minister said Bangladesh has become a ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh2 weeks ago Economist Jean Dreze laments India’s poor economic growth  MSN India2 weeks ago Nobel Laureate Amartya Kumar Sen Will Be Soka University's Commencement Speaker on May 23, 2014  Digital Journal1 month ago Amartya Sen and 'The Idea of Justice'  AsiaSource1 month ago
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Mentor or not? Bose turns to Sen

Harvard professor Sugata Bose on Wednesday invoked Amartya Sens name and said the Nobel laureate had advised him against deciding in haste on whether or not to continue as chief mentor of Presidency University. Bose, the Trinamul nominee for the Lok Sabha ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago Presi students meet Guv over Bose issue  The Statesman1 week ago Presidency University Students' Referendum a Setback for TMC  New Indian Express3 weeks ago A vote against Sugata Bose  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago
Saudi Gazette

Amartya Sen to vote after 13 years

Nobel laureate Amartya Sen will cast his vote after 13 years in Santiniketan on April 30.
 Times of India2 weeks ago
India Today

AAP can become a major force in India, says Amartya Sen

Commending the Aam Aadmi Party's successful electoral debut in the Delhi elections, Nobel Laurette Amartya Sen today said that the Arvind Kejriwal-led party can become a major force in India.        "How much can you expect from a party immediately? Do I expect AAP to learn from experience? Yes, I do. Can it become a major force in India? I think it can. It has to move a fair distance in terms of policy priority and I hope they will think about that," ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Amartya salutes AAP strategy, asks it to be inclusive  India Today1 month ago AAP needs to review focus on Aam Aadmi to include poor: Sen  Money Control1 month ago Arvind Kejriwal's AAP can become a major force in India, says Amartya Sen  Financial Express1 month ago
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Amartya Sen, 4 other Indians in the race for world's top thinkers

st important thinker - 2014". It is a part of a 10-year-old annual global poll conducted by the Prospect magazine. Its 2014 list has five Indians names. Interestingly, four of them are renowned economists. Nobel award winning economist Amarthya Sen, former ...
 IBN Live3 weeks ago Prof Mahbubani on list of top 50 world thinkers  Asiaone2 weeks ago Singapore's Kishore Mahbubani among top 50 world thinkers  Malaysia Edge2 weeks ago Six Indians in list of top 50 world thinkers  Asiaone2 weeks ago

Amartya Sen, Raghuram Rajan, Arundhati Roy among 5 Indians in the running for top world thinker title

LONDON: Five Indians — of which four are economists — are in the running for the title of "the world's most important thinker 2014" as part of an annual global poll taking place for the past 10 years. The Prospect magazine has been inviting the ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago 5 Indians in contention for top world thinker title  Economic Times3 weeks ago 5 Indians in the running for top world thinkers  Times of India3 weeks ago

Yashwant Sinha's clash with P Chidambaram more like Amartya Sen vs Bhagwati

They played a good hand in challenging times & it is probably for the best if another generation takes over economic management. Hopefully, without rancour. By Sanjiv Shankaran Since 1991, three of India's finance ministers, Manmohan Singh, P Chidambaram and ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago WPI is silly index, switching to CPI correct: TN Srinivasan  Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago It is personal, largely: Yashwant Sinha's clash with Chidambaram has little to do with economic policy  Times of India2 weeks ago
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