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India, the next decade /
edited by Manmohan Malhoutra.
imprint
New Delhi : Academic Foundation, 2006.
description
570 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
8171885640, 9788171885640
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imprint
New Delhi : Academic Foundation, 2006.
isbn
8171885640
9788171885640
general note
"Published in association with the Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust, New Delhi"--T. p. verso.
catalogue key
6821692
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Long Description
Exploring India's growing global importance, this in-depth study examines the political, economic, and social factors in a variety of ways. Coupling lively discussion with background essays contributed by more than 40 prominent people from different spheres of life--including distinguished scholars, well-known social commentators, top journalists, eminent economists, corporate leaders, and veteran policymakers and administrators--this volume offers a wide perspective on the democracy, economy, and society of an ever-evolving nation.
Main Description
Exploring India's growing global importance, this in-depth study examines the political, economic, and social factors in a variety of ways. Coupling lively discussion with background essays contributed by more than 40 prominent people from different spheres of lifeincluding distinguished scholars, well-known social commentators, top journalists, eminent economists, corporate leaders, and veteran policymakers and administratorsthis volume offers a wide perspective on the democracy, economy, and society of an ever-evolving nation.
Main Description
Few people can today challenge India's growing global importance. This alone makes the book titled "India: The Next Decade" worthy of immediate attention. A closer look would only reveal that this book is just not another book on India. A unique combination of lively discussion, coupled with background papers contributed by more than 40 eminent people from different spheres of life does indeed throw up the widest possible perspective to view the nation of a billion strong people under the following heads. - Democracy: Challenges and Prospects; - Economy: Growth and Equity - Society: Changing Values; - India and the World Contributors/discussants range from distinguished scholars, legendry film-makers, well-known social commentators, top journalists, eminent economists, corporate leaders, veteran policymakers/administrators, management gurus, renowned social activists, historians and artists, to defence experts and a host of others.
Main Description
Few people today can challenge India's growing global importance, which this in-depth study examines through a variety of ways. Coupling lively discussion with background essays contributed by more than 40 prominent people from different spheres of lifeincluding distinguished scholars, well-known social commentators, top journalists, eminent economists, corporate leaders, veteran policymakers and administrators, and a host of othersthis volume offers the widest possible perspective on the democracy, economy, and society of an ever-evolving nation.

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