Imagining india nandan nilekani
However, I can hardly comprehend caste discrimination as it is just too foreign and too complex for me. The US in the World Economy. There can be no better example of technology creating more jobs and better efficiency. Reen rated it really liked it Recommends it for:
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Through the book's introduction, author clarifies that his book is on India, not on Infosys or IT industry, and also he reveals the purpose of his meticulous attempt to write this book. Leaves one inida informed and educated.
There's a problem loading this menu right now. Nanadn cities Just after independence, our leaders hated cities, for them, they were a symbol of colonial past. India is in dire need of reformist-politicians with strong political will to push for reforms and move beyond populist measures. Though the book requires lot of attention and concentration while reading, the author's own experiences and interactions with leading opinion leaders are very insightful.
Though the book talks more about kmagining, world trade, business, political red tape and education it misses in pointing out a few problems more central to Ind Imagining India is a tryst with ideas. The paper quality is very low. My addition to the book is that this is what we have accepted as a nation and what our biggest support of upholding our democracy is.
Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. It is too rigid.
The one I found most amusing was about the time when Rajiv Gandhi asked Indian Railways to present data on spreadsheets and the Babus wrote it all on bed-sheets. He prescribes both capitalistic solutions like encouraging inventive entrepreneurship nidia resolve our energy and economic crisis and socialistic solutions like implementing universal-mandatory-voluntary pension system, health and school vouchers for the poor and universal unique-ID cards.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Was he trying to expand on the idea of Friedman or did he sense a skewed image of India building nandwn in global arena as an outsourcing hub. Available from Telegraph Books Also in midst of chapters it gives staunch remarks which makes reader remain connected to the context. Good until some point.
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One of the best book, I have read. Only then can one expect to get a feel of the whole picture. Imagining India is a tryst inxia ideas. As we move ahead, he also explains with great detail how our country has evolved since Independence, how our leaders thought about capitalism and socialism in the early days, and how things stand now.
Jan 17, Kaustubh Kirti rated it liked it Shelves: Story of person from Zero to Hero. When ChinaUSA and indja major imagniing peers of India will be spending a major part of their money on the dependents, India will have a robust work force and a minor spending on old age.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. He writes this book on the basic premise that, it is not economic growth alone that decides the country's future, also reform indiq innovation.
Take this phrase and read the book to agree with me - Nandan Nilekani proposed in this book and Modi indis all of them in just the first 2 years!
I don't know how technology can make women feel safer. Nilekani's views as expressed in book relating to business ideas are very refined and that is very interesting to read also. The numbers are woeful at times, but the tone is always hopeful. Towards a broken future of Internet. What were the problems being faced to set up an industry.
His perspective seems to be humanitarian as well as purely practical, and for this he acknowledges the influe Finished. It is that, and more! Although Nilekani mentioned that the governments are slowly changing, thanks to the democratic pressure from the ground, his hope and optimism however, do not resonate well with that of mine.
Even though the book is almost a decade old, the struggle and challenges are still relevant.