We must welcome the deep structural reforms instituted by this strong government under the leadership of the Prime Minister.
The Modi government has shown leadership in handling an unprecedented crisis, with India doing better so far than certain other countries, despite the challenges of our large population, high density and poverty. Under this leadership, India will overcome this virus and rise again.
The Modi government's strong and decisive leadership will position us for transformational change. Given a paradigm shift in leadership, this is a moment for India to continue to pursue structural reform, renewing its tryst with destiny.
With empathy for India's marginal farmers, we must shift focus back to the rural economy.
India's long-term economic health requires a significant rethink on our current dependence on oil and gas, a shift to electric vehicles and solar-based electricity would go a long way in rebalancing our economy. We need to reconsider our increasingly car-driven economic system and pursue a whole-hearted shift towards mass public transportation. Without this, we will c...
Ideally, veterans should not be left to fend for themselves post retirement. For them, release from the military forces is loss of identity, recognition and income, all while being forced to compare their sudden decline in status with civilian peers.
For cleaner cities in India, the mindset of this nation's government and its people, requires a reboot.
During my lecture tour of universities in China last week, India's relationship with China flared up, courtesy another border dispute, this time at Sikkim. While Chinese students were curious about India - asking me questions ranging from the Sakyamuni Buddha to Aamir Khan - the border question, surprisingly, never came up. Matters of diplomacy are rarely influenced b...
The Uttar Pradesh election is a cornucopia of colours, slogans and events - with citizens across various regions voting with gusto. What it seems to be missing is data-based focus on Uttar Pradesh's actual condition, one which remains chronic
As the United States goes to the polls on November 8, the world waits with baited breath. Polls are increasingly tightening, with Hillary Clinton leading by 11 points a week ago and cratering to 3 points currently. Donald Trump is the closest he's been to the presidency till date.