BusinessWeek on “The Trouble With India”

BusinessWeek’s latest issue tries to comprehend the conundrum that India is.

In a series of articles in addition to the main one “The Trouble With India”, BW’s reporters conclude what we already know – the country needs investment: in infrastructure and education (see the “Related Articles” box on the main article page). More than that, the common refrain through every article is that though the symptoms may be economic, the problem is political. The abysmal quality of Governance in the country could snatch the opportunity of meaningful progress that is tantalizingly within reach, for the first time in living memory.

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1 Response to BusinessWeek on “The Trouble With India”

  1. Anonymous says:

    In the article Trouble with India Dr VS Rao of BITS Hyderabad may think that Chandrababu Naidu was wrong in considering Economics as more important than politics. Who told Economics is urban and politics is for rural? Bihar gave importance to politics instead of economics and see the state of affairs there. Bhagavat Gita says that you cannot do good somewhere without doing bad somewhere else and vice versa. Naidu did not mean to do bad for rural and intended to do good for urban. In West Bengal Left Front used to give importance to Rural and win all votes there but used to loose seats in Kolkata city. Naidu’s Urban development with subsequent rural benefits was indeed wise thinking. Success is not to be measured by CM designations, elections fought and seats won but by the enormous obstacles which were overcome and there is no doubt that with Economic Focus Chandrababu Naidu is indeed a success which pigeon headed fellows have failed to appreciate.

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