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Magazine articles on politics and society in India.
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December 8, 2003
Manjeet Kripalani
Commentary: India Is Raising Its Sights At Last New roads, schools, and free-market reforms are charging up the economy mark for My Articles 545 similar articles
November 15, 2003
Julie Hanson
It Takes a Corporation to Wire a Village Through a three-year project that began in February 2002, Hewlett-Packard plans to spend $3 million in impoverished Kuppam, India, a community of 300,000, to bring Internet access to 15 local business centers. mark for My Articles 108 similar articles
October 20, 2003
Manjeet Kripalani
India's Manufacturers In Shackles Without labor-law reform, Indian industries are likely to lose out to China. mark for My Articles 771 similar articles
October 6, 2003
Manjeet Kripalani
India: Getting Power to the People As it lets private outfits compete with state utilities, will foreign players return? mark for My Articles 263 similar articles
September 1, 2003
Stephanie Overby
India to Adopt Data Privacy Rules European Union data protection rules prompted India to enact its own law mandating safeguards for data sent to India for offshore outsourcing contracts. mark for My Articles 905 similar articles
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July 28, 2003
Martha Lagace
India vs. China: Who Will Win? Can India overtake China? That's the title of an influential new article in Foreign Policy magazine. A Q&A with authors Yasheng Huang of M.I.T. and Tarun Khanna of HBS. mark for My Articles 913 similar articles
July 14, 2003
Einhorn & Kripalani
In India a Little Lab Work and Lots of Lawyers Ranbaxy, a maker of generic drugs, must win lawsuits to grow mark for My Articles 104 similar articles
February 2003
Kevin Fedarko
The Coldest War High in the Karakoram, the stubborn armies of India and Pakistan have faced off for 19 years on the Siachen Glacier, the world's highest battleground and a flashpoint in the deadly dispute over Kashmir. An account of the ultimate no-man's-land of human and environmental devastation mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
January 16, 2003
Cory Doctorow
Liberation spectrum Wi-Fi radio and Indian sovereignty make for a potent mix -- even without antsy venture capitalists mucking things up. mark for My Articles
January 15, 2003
India Seeks a Future Beyond IT in the Global Economy As the prolonged economic slump in the U.S. continues to keep the technology sector relatively soft, the subcontinent's business leaders are increasingly calling for India to become more competitive in other products and services. mark for My Articles 517 similar articles
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