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Long list of pro-growth measures for Modi as clock ticks on reforms
Times of India

To fulfil economic agenda, Modi must manage party's cultural r...

By Gurcharan Das Just when BJP is triumphantly sweeping polls in state after state, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government appears to have hit a wall in Parliament. It has been a brilliant year for BJP and Modi's great achievement is to have ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
Long "to do" list for PM as clock ticks on reform Reuters India, 2 months ago
Modi's 'To Do' Reforms List Grows Longer Businessworld India, 2 months ago

Companies enhance work-life balance by including fitness in their employees' daily routines

BANGALORE: For 46-year-old Gurcharan Singh, Saturday mornings aren't spent at home enjoying the weekend holidays. Singh, group manager, mission quality at Wipro Ltd, is at the office campus exercising along with 50 other colleagues. Every ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Mid Day

Obama Gets a Warm Welcome, but Indians Pine for Bush

Arriving Monday at the site of India's Republic Day Parade in New Delhi, President Barack Obama was greeted by loud and enthusiastic cheers.Spectators enduring a cool drizzle pointed and waved. Parents held children aloft to see the American ...
 Bloomberg2 days ago Modi-Obama summit helped reignite US business interest in India  ProKerala.com1 month ago 'Narendra Modi- Barack Obama summit helped reignite US business interest in India'  Mid Day1 month ago 'Modi-Obama summit helped reignite US business interest in India'  NetIndia123.com1 month ago

"One is a natural grass-roots politician and the other should have been in a college teaching."

It started with a phone call last May.On the line from Washington, D.C., was President Barack Obama calling to congratulate Narendra Modi, who had just won a landslide victory that would make him India's prime minister. Like a couple of Morning ...
 Bloomberg4 days ago

The modern revivalists

As a PhD student at Harvard, Rohan Murty , son of Infosys co-founder N.R. Narayana Murthy , started reading translations of ancient Sanskrit texts, discovering, as he says, the depth of intellectual thought in ancient India. At around the same time, ...
 Livemint.com4 days ago

Cause for worry: People believe in Modi, not his ...

The right wing groups that were theBJP's strength going into the elections now threaten to derail theimplementation of promises made by Narendra Modi and effectively imperil his tenure as prime minister. Of late, not only fringe elements but even ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago People believe in Modi, not his ability to control the rabid right  MSN News3 weeks ago

Ghar wapsi season: Intellectuals go back home after brief Modi infatuation

Volumes have always been read into the silences of Narendra Modi . When he was still Candidate Modi, Ashutosh Varshney had seen evidence of Modi the Moderate based mostly on what he was NOT saying. Quite remarkably, Hindu nationalism has been absent ...
 Firstpost.com4 weeks ago Season of ghar wapsi: Intellectuals go back 'home' ...  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
Miami Herald

Religion in India bubbles over into politics

In small-town northern India, Muslims are offered food and money to convert to Hinduism. If that doesn't suffice, they say they're threatened. Across the country, the Christmas holiday is canceled for hundreds of government servants who spend the ...
 Miami Herald4 weeks ago

This is what top VCs and entrepreneurs read in 2014 and recommend

As the year comes to an end we reached out to top VCs and entrepreneurs to find out what theyve read this year and what they recommend for our readers. There is never a better time to make space for some reading than this holiday season. We had ...
 Yourstory.in4 weeks ago

Modi need not privatise Rlys, but he would still need to corporatise it

Privatisation of the Indian Railways, probably the world's largest public sector enterprise outside the oil industry, was never on the cards, so one wondered why Narendra Modi had to re-emphasise this point yesterday (25 December) in Varanasi. ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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