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Imagining India: Ideas For The New Century
by Nilekani Nandan
ISBN:9780670081967
Price: USD 17.48
Publisher :Penguin
Binding :Hardcover
Pages :380
Edition :2008
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Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani, who has been a key player in India’s growth story and was chosen by Time magazine as one of the hundred most influential people in the world, points out that the country’s future rests on more than simply economic growth; it also depends on reform and innovation in all sectors of public life. Looking closely at our recent history, he examines the ideas and attitudes that have evolved with the times and contributed to our progress, as also those that keep us shackled to old, unproductive and fundamentally undemocratic ways. He discusses how, despite good intentions and astonishing idealism, our early socialist policies stifled growth and weakened our democracy; how, contrary to received wisdom, India’s large and overwhelmingly young population has now become our greatest strength; how information technology is revolutionizing not just business but also governance in the everyday life of a vast majority of Indians; and how rapid urbanization is transforming both our society and our politics.
 



 
   
   
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