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Modi's secret plan: Showcasing 100 days of 'achche din'

There will be no media blitzkrieg to mark its 100 days in office, but government will hold a series of press meets from next week to showcase its achievements during the period. Prime Minister......

The tripolar world that Modi should plan for

'India should think big: About how in a multi-polar world, India can indeed be one of the poles, rather than being a secondary power that has to worry about 'alignment' with one of the poles. A G3......

Is stopping Modi the West's new priority?

'The West has always preferred a timid, half intelligent and a dependent India rather than a decisively independent and self-reliant one. A pliable Indian leadership suits the West best,' says......

'Newsweek' to return to print after one-year break

United States current affairs magazine Newsweek, which had ceased publication last year to focus on its website, plans to bring back the print edition early next year. The magazine expects to begin......

The great Indian rope trick and other illusions of progress

Rajeev Srinivasan on how Indians are satisfied with illusions, not reality. Indians live in a state of illusion: they believe there is progress, there is a democracy, and that the State is a benign......

Column: Is India LOSING its way?

Is India losing its way? That was the question that The Economist magazine posed to Shashi Tharoor and me to debate. After two rounds of sparring, this is how I concluded. For every cheery......

Ratan Tata wins award from The Economist

UK-based news magazine, The Economist, on Monday named Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata as the winner of the eighth edition of its annual 'Business Process Innovation Award' for the successful......

Vinod Khosla sole Indian in Vanity Fair

Annual power lists are about as ubiquitous as the magazines-- Forbes, the Economist, Time, Newsweek, and so on and on -- that indulge in the exercise, and just as idiosyncratic.Yet, being listed......

India's jobless recovery

In a recent article written for an Indian business magazine, Stephen Roach, chief economist of Wall Street investment bank Morgan Stanley, questions the logic behind Indian policy-makers' obsession......

Arvind Subramanian likely to be chief economic advisor

Noted economist Arvind Subramanian is favoured as the choice for the government’s Chief Economic Advisor (CEA).  It has been vacant since Raghuram Rajan resigned almost a year before, to......

J.Lo named the most beautiful woman by People

Get your lowdown on what's happening in the world of Hollywood, right here! Jennifer Lopez has been named People Magazine's most beautiful woman in the world. The 41-year-old singer and......

Wall Street 2 is very entertaining

Aseem Chhabra reviews Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.What a difference 23 years make. In 1987 when Oliver Stone directed the original Wall Street, his intent was to expose the excesses of the......

The Year's Most Valuable Celebrity Faces

If America is falling into the recession economists fear it is, Angelina Jolie may prove more important than ever.To the country's celebrity magazine editors, that is. Shrinking wallets could mean......

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Q. The need to retain good Economists in the Planning Commission is a must. Discuss this view in an HR perspective.
:  A. there is a good magazine named ''The Economist''Why dont u courier it evry month to the planning commision office more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/the-need-to-retain-good-economists-in-the-planning-commissio//answers/19451126

swati
Q. Which weekly magzin you find interesting ?
Swati:  A. i like readin economist... but its not weekly... i like times crest edition as well but isnt a magazine more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/which-weekly-magzin-you-find-interesting-/19451107/answers/17125144

vilas manohar deshpande
Q. POLITICS Q ==The BBC and Economist magazine estimate that 700 million Indians, almost 70 percent of the population, do not have latrines attached to their homes. This is outrageous. What is the use of having the technology to conquer the moon if we cannot even provide a toilet to every citizen? Public toilets should be built at every one kilometre distance on all roads IS GOVERNANCE BEING DONE JUST FOR POLITICS/POWER OR FOR STRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENTS ?
Vilas Manohar Deshpande:  A. 80% of our population work on agriculture and in villages. And human wastes is regarded as a good manure for agriculture fields.You can observe if...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/politics-q-the-bbc-and-economist-magazine-estimate-that-700-/17125122/answers/16755436

commonsense
Q. India sweeps past China in Auto exports--today\'s report- A good sign ?
Commonsense:  A. If you want "good report" or "bad report" don't check import or export but check BALANCE OF BUDGET. Several magazines&...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/india-sweeps-past-china-in-auto-exports--todays-report--a-go/16755343/answers/15514015

radhakrishnan
Q. As per reports India will achieve a faster economic growth rate than China? Will it become a reality?
Radhakrishnan :  A. Did u check the Economist Magazine out this January Edition? Pls check account balances in both nation's. China's has a surplus of +281 billion and...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/as-per-reports-india-will-achieve-a-faster-economic-growth-r/15513994/answers/15505621

  Web results for The Economist Magazine
Go for IT!Posted by utkarsh on August 25, 2014 in Magazine, September 2014

Posted by Elets News Network (ENN) Tweet A hub of 229 public sector companies, the Indian PSU sector has started investing aggressively... ...

http://egov.eletsonline.com/2014/08/psu-growth-mantra-go-for-it/
An ode to the Planning Commission

Planning was a vision, a part of the nationalist movement and its history goes back to a many stranded dream of linking knowledge and power to... ...

http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/an-ode-to-the-planning-commission/article6350850.ece?utm_source=Most%20Popular&utm_medium=Lead&utm_campaign=Widget%20Promo
No clear end in sight

Much has been written about the demand for the Inner Line Permit System in the State and dwelling at length on the issue would be akin to flogging... ...

http://kanglaonline.com/2014/09/no-clear-end-in-sight/
Scottish independence vote a wake up call

It is too early to say that the dream of Scottish independence is dead. Westminster has to recognize that 45% of Scottish voters—nearly 1.6... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/J7AYcoXCf0mQUimvK12JWI/Scottish-independence-vote-a-wake-up-call.html
What Catholics could learn from the Dalai Lama

Historically, Christianity hasn't been very open to the idea of being influenced by other religions. In the early days of the faith, we borrowed... ...

http://www.ucanindia.in/news/what-catholics-could-learn-from-the-dalai-lama/26286/daily

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