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Government of India should not Make in India

Government of India should not Make in India

Make in India's greatest threat is the ubiquitous government-run enterprise itself is recording historically high investments in technology-oriented industries such as telecom and over the top (OTT) services that ride on telecom networks such as ... Observer Research Foundation, 1 week ago

Out of the closet

In this moment of our greatest national satisfaction against Pakistan, we have paid that failing nation a flattering compliment: we have become a bit like Pakistan. We have become enamoured of the idea of intolerance and intimidation. And our ...
 Kashmir Observer6 days ago

Can the Cauvery dispute be solved?

The Sue generis model of Indian federation has offered diverse constitutional and political problems and one such is inter-state water disputes. No surprise, this problem being political in nature reached its pinnacle at times when the Centre and ...
 The Statesman1 week ago
Indian Express

Backsliding on caste

The Congress's Brahmin mobilisation in Uttar Pradesh is a retrograde turn in its politics. The Congress has taken an extraordinary step by appointing a Brahmin chief ministerial candidate, Sheila Dikshit, for the Uttar Pradesh elections. The party ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Why the world should applaud Pakistan for continuing to deny India's surgical strikes

More than 48 hours since India's Special Forces moved across the LoC, neutralised some terror facilities and killed over 50 operatives in four sectors of Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir and then owned up the covert operation, Islamabad and Rawalpindi have ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Wrap up: The ivy league of terrorism

In one of the most brazen assaults by terrorists on the Indian Army in recent times, four terrorists armed with AK-47s fitted with under-barrel grenade launchers and a big cache of grenades, attacked an Army battalion centre in Kashmir's Uri on ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago

Uri, a Pak sponsored jihadi attack; India must teach Pakistan a lesson: And here's how

After Mrs Indira Gandhi managed to divide Pakistan into two nations and created Bangladesh in 1971, with Indian Army winning one of the greatest battles after World War II capturing 90,000 Pakistani Army officers and men as prisoners, Pakistan was ...
 Meri News1 month ago

The Night Netaji escaped from his Calcutta home

It is a curious thing that in India a political figure is not as good as he/she actually is/was, rather what the ruling establishment wants to make of him/her. Thus while a range of political figures are showered with all the attention under a ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago

GSMA, the United Nations and Project Everyone Collaborate to Drive Action on Sustainable Development Goals

GSMA (BusinessWire India) 2016-09-19 Business Wire India At the 2016 Social Good Summit, the GSMA today announced a collaboration with the United Nations and Project Everyone, a non-profit global campaign, to increase awareness of and ...
 BizWire Express1 month ago

The real architect of India's economic reforms wasn't Manmohan Singh

In 1991, India's economy was on the brink of collapse. The country's foreign debt had climbed to about $72 billion , the third highest in the world at that time, and its imports far outweighed its exports. That meant that the country's reserves ...
 Quartz2 weeks ago
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