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Delhi talks: Author Kishwar Desai says govts will come and go, but people's spirit will keep country going
India

Delhi talks: Author Kishwar Desai says govts will come and go, but people's spirit will keep country going

Kishwar Desai is optimistic about the future: "The people of India are smart and willing to work and work hard for change, growth and development."

'Acche din ab tak nahin aaye': Admirer-turned-critic Meghnad Desai accuses Narendra Modi of not being team player, says PM 'overpromised'
Politics

'Acche din ab tak nahin aaye': Admirer-turned-critic Meghnad Desai accuses Narendra Modi of not being team player, says PM 'overpromised'

No single party will get a full majority in the 2019 hustings and we should brace for either an NDA or UPA-led coalition government, Desai said and warned that if such an eventuality does happen, it would be difficult to run a smooth house and government

British economist Meghnad Desai says 'disappointed' electorate will not vote Narendra Modi back with majority
Business

British economist Meghnad Desai says 'disappointed' electorate will not vote Narendra Modi back with majority

British politician and economist Meghnad Desai, a self-confessed Narendra Modi admirer till some time back, has accused the prime minister of not being a team player and predicted that the "disappointed" electorate will not vote him back with a majority

Raghuram Rajan's exit 'bad omen' for Indian economy, reputation abroad: Experts
Business

Raghuram Rajan's exit 'bad omen' for Indian economy, reputation abroad: Experts

Calling RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's exit a 'bad omen' for the Indian economy, eminent economists and former policymakers on Sunday said it will be seen by the world as India's non-approval to a policy against inflation and bad loans.

Meghnad Desai plans hunger strike for Mahatma's statue in UK
World

Meghnad Desai plans hunger strike for Mahatma's statue in UK

Economist Meghnad Desai will go on a Gandhian-style hunger strike to help raise £1 million required for Mahatma Gandhi's statue in London.

Clean India is a great goal. But can we change our internal plumbing?
India

Clean India is a great goal. But can we change our internal plumbing?

The problem with our cleanliness (or lack thereof) is the assumption that it is always someone else’s job. India is living proof of the fact that cleanliness does not necessarily begin at home.