Implications for domestic agenda
It is important for India to make a careful study of the
implications of the WTO framework accord and prepare to face
the challenges, which are especially formidable for the
country's farm and manufacturing sectors, says S D NAIK
Asia Times India
as a rising power
India's sheer numbers, its expanding middle class, robust
military establishment and increasing sophistication in high
technology are shaping the country as a rising political,
economic and military power. This rise is inevitable, and has
profound implications for US foreign policy.
Times of India Return of the goras
The blog of a US techie who works in Bangalore shows that outsourcing can be a two-way
traffic, writes CHIDANAND RAJGHATTA.
Financial Express Utterly
The flaxen-haired Amul girl is all grown up now. After selling Amulís milk products for over half a century with a rare sense of humour, she may soon graduate to marketing a novel health insurance scheme for the farmers of Gujarat.
Delhi, wake up!
The Centre can clamp President's rule on
Manipur. But that would begin a potentially catastrophic
confrontation with a state of the Union, says PRAFUL BIDWAI