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Led by Amartya Sen, Nalanda University to begin classes today

Nalanda University to be inaugurated

The NU came into existence by the Nalanda University Act passed by Parliament. Economist Amartya Sen is the Chairman of the Governing Body of the university, while renowned teachers from various countries are its members Reuters Image for representation only ... MSN India, 3 weeks ago
Amartya No Show as Nalanda Univ Reopens After 800 Yrs New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago

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The wrong end of the right debate

It is Amartya Sen, the nemesis of neo-liberals, who would emphasise toilets as much as growth. (Photo: PTI) In an article in The Indian Express (The pragmatic PM?, August 22), Ashutosh Varshney of Brown University asserts: It is Amartya Sen, the ...
 Indian Express4 weeks ago

Nobel laureate Amartya Sen to open transport funding summit

Nobel prize winner Amartya Sen's keynote speech will open the International Transport Forum's three-day annual summit, held under the overarching theme of funding transport in Leipzig from 22 May. The Harvard economist and philosopher Amartya Sen ...
 Transport Journal1 month ago Dr. Chris Nonis with Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen  Lankapuvath1 month ago Dr Chris Nonis with Nobel Laureate Prof Amartya Sen  Sri Lanka Daily News1 month ago Dreze leads food movement in Maoist-affected Latehar  Times of India1 month ago

Happy to allow Modi to rule in a secular way: Amartya Sen

London: Nobel laureate and strong Narendra Modi critic Amartya Sen is softening his stand against the prime minister. In an interview with CNN-IBN , the prominent economist said that though he wasn't in favour of Modi and didn't vote for him, but happy to ...
 Sify2 months ago Wasn't in favour of Modi, but happy to allow him to rule in a secular way: Amartya Sen  IBN Live2 months ago

Thai princess meets Amartya Sen

Nalanda University may receive funds from Thailand.It was reportedly discussed at a meeting between Nobel laureate Amartya Sen and Thai princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn at a city hotel on Tuesday.
 Times of India2 months ago
Hindustan Times

Modi has every right to rule Amartya Sen

Nobel laureate Amartya Sen was not in favour of Narendra Modi forming the government but having won in the recent elections and as a democratic Indian, he believes Modi has every right to govern and govern well. Addressing a packed audience at Asia House in ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Increase hospitals, improve performance: Amartya Sen

Nobel laureate economist Amartya Sen Friday advocated increasing the number of hospitals and improving the quality of existing establishments in the country.He also called for a balance between the two approaches for boosting health care ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Increase hospitals improve performance Amartya Sen  New Delhi News.Net2 months ago Empowering ESC rights to ensure human development  Bangladesh Daily Star6 days ago Progress, not just a number game  Millennium Post1 month ago

Amartya Sen

The Essential Tagore By Rabindranath Tagore Edited by Fakrul Alam and Radha Chakravarty (Harvard University Press, 819 pp., $39.95) In his book Raga Mala, Ravi Shankar, the great musician, argues that had Rabindranath Tagore been born in the West he ...
 The New Republic Online4 weeks ago

Amartya Sen on Greece, the euro, reforms and austerity

The front pages of the British newspapers spoke of the chilliest August bank holiday ever. The weather was described as cold, wet and gray. In Scotland, temperatures fell close to freezing in some areas. However, the rainy weather could not dampen ...
 Kathimerini1 week ago

Press Release: What causes poverty? Theory, from Adam Smith to Amartya Sen via Karl Marx

For immediate release In global terms, the UK is a relatively affluent country - yet 22.7 percent of its population are considered to be at risk of poverty or social exclusion. This social and economic phenomenon remains a major challenge for ...
 National Institute of Economic and Social Research1 month ago
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