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Magazine articles on politics and society in India.
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September 5, 2005
Josey Puliyenthuruthel
India: Who Wants To Build Some Roads? To remake its creaky infrastructure, India is banking on public-private partnerships. mark for My Articles 277 similar articles
IDB America
July 2005
Alexandra Russell-Bitting
"Guiana 1838" Premieres at IDB Cultural Center In his film "Guiana 1838," first-time Guyanese filmmaker Rohit Jagessar tells the story of Asian Indians who were taken to Guyana after slavery was officially abolished in Britain in 1838. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
August 8, 2005
Manjeet Kripalani
How A Factory Became A Flash Point Violence at a Honda plant highlights India's outdated labor laws and rattles foreign investors. mark for My Articles 556 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
August 2005
Vir Singh
India May Resuscitate Disputed Enron Plant As India's Dabhol power plant stands idle, shortages of electricity in the area put pressure on local politicians to resolve pricing policy and other issues which prevents its operation. mark for My Articles 240 similar articles
June 30, 2005
Colin C. Haley
India to Flex Manufacturing Muscle A new research report predicts India's IT growth rate will outpace China's over the next several years. North American, European, and Asian companies will likely help with the necessary infrastructure upgrades. mark for My Articles 462 similar articles
Finance & Development
June 1, 2005
Wu, Kaul, & Sankar
The Quiet Revolution How India is achieving universal elementary education. mark for My Articles 105 similar articles
May 23, 2005
Manjeet Kripalani
Not Enough Power to the People In India, power is politics -- electrical power, that is. But while makers of electrical equipment thrive, reform lags, blackouts occur daily, and the people are up in arms. Meanwhile, foreign investment is "waiting and watching." mark for My Articles 297 similar articles
May 2005
Sara Pratt
Soot From Indian Cooking A new study says that residential cooking -- with stoves that burn wood, crop waste and dried animal manure -- is actually the largest source of soot emissions in India. Understanding this pollution source could have an important role in bettering both air quality and climate models. mark for My Articles 368 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
March 21, 2005
Martha Lagace
The No-Sari Zone: South Asian Women at Work Like many others, women from India and Pakistan seem doomed to stereotypes about how they function at work. But they should strive to resist labels and pursue the careers of their dreams, said panelists at the Conference on India and Its Neighbors. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
March 21, 2005
Manjeet Kripalani
The Ties That Bind Delhi And Washington The United States enjoys a successful business relationship with India and aims to increase their political relations. mark for My Articles 642 similar articles
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