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India will take two years to achieve 6% growth rate, says US professor
Indian Express

India will take two years to achieve 6% growth rate, says US p...

Professor Ashutosh Varshney at Panjab University on Friday. (Source: IE photo by Jaipal Singh) Summary Talking about democracy, Varshney said that income is the best predictor of democracy. Though Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, has ... Indian Express, 6 days ago

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Modi's institutional designs

There is at least one institutional sense in which Modi seems to depart from Indira Gandhi. Unlike her erosion of federalism, Modi has repeatedly announced his support for deepening federalism. Source: Express Photo BY: Ashutosh Varshney and ...
 Indian Express4 days ago

Will General Budget Fuel the Real Growth Engine?

The intuitive habit of drawing macroeconomic conclusions (about India) from the corporate feedback (and vice versa) is fraught with risk. After all, only half of India's GDP and 10% of India's employment are in the formal sector. Further, only a ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

RSS: The Anti-Constitutional Power Centre of the Modi Sarkar

THE role of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh in the 2014 general election has been astonishing not only in its extent and influence, but even more so, in its very public and direct involvement in the most significant political event in the nation's ...
 Peoples Democracy.in1 month ago
Outlook India

The Anti-Nehruvian

On 27th May 2014, exactly 50 years after the death of India's first Prime Minster Jawaharlal Nehru, Narendra Modi formally took charge as the 14th Prime Minster of India. It was, in many ways, an absolute moment of rupture in the history of Indian ...
 Outlook India1 month ago

Why Multiculturalism is Not Enough

How well do you know your neighbours? By sight? By name? Well enough to know the names of their children? In multicultural Britain we should be asking this question more often, for the answer matters a great deal. All the main political parties ...
 Huffington Post UK1 month ago
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Reading this book is a little like eating at Barbeque Nation

Shekhar Gupta's anthology is a valuable addition to our understanding of the seeming muddle that is India. The experience of reading his columns is more like a chat with a friend in the afterglow of an enjoyable drink, but never frivolous, says Shreekant Sambrani. Reading the collection of the weekly columns of Mr Shekhar Gupta, the long-serving editor-in-chief of The Indian Express, is a little like eating at Barbeque Nation franchises. The set-menu restaurant serves you such a quantity and ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Political Science Lessons

The delusional business of waxing on the strength of institutions seems to be a professional pastime for political scientists. Take the latest from Ashutosh Varshney...
 Outlook2 months ago
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