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A nation whose time has come?

As our nation completes 75 years of Independence, it is time to reflect on how lives have changed during these years and when they have begun to miraculously transform.


A nation whose time has come?

Pratap Padode talks about India's shifting focuses.


Do our states have the mettle?

As intensity of crisis hits the Centre, the central command increasingly abdicates responsibility and decision-making ability to the states. This has been witnessed during the COVID crisis and now with the mounting disaster of its virulent second wave. As stated in this column in the past, states ho..


Do our states have the mettle?

As intensity of crisis hits the Centre, the central command increasingly abdicates responsibility and decision-making ability to the states. This has been witnessed during the COVID crisis and now with the mounting disaster of its virulent second wave. As stated in this column in the past, states ho..


Do the states have the mettle?

As intensity of crisis hits the Centre, the central command increasingly abdicates responsibility and decision-making ability to the states. This has been witnessed during the COVID crisis and now with the mounting disaster of its virulent second wave.


Step up contracts!

The industrial policy statement of July 24, 1991, set the notes on which the elephant learnt to dance. Manmohan Singh´s reform Budget scrapped industrial licensing and the requirement to get clearance from the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission


The biggest opportunity for India in Malaysia is in the railways

India and Malaysia´s economic partnership is a mutually beneficial one. While Malaysia is India's second most important trading partner among the ASEAN countries, India is the largest trading partner for Malaysia in South Asia.


Posco moves CCI

Posco had announced a $12 bn steel project in Odisha ten years ago. However, it still remains India's largest foreign direct investment proposal.


India plans to have 100 airports for smaller cities by 2020

By 2020, India's smaller destinations will have 100 airports to handle 30 crore passengers, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said on September 21. He added that the first such airport would come up in Kishangarh town in Rajasthan's Ajmer district.


Prime Mover

Given the recent history of flak he has received for his seeming recalcitrance towards decisive action in the matter of stalled construction sector projects, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh seems to have redeemed himself last week with an extremely rare burst of aggro.


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