Here is my latest article published in the June Issue of Pragati. This piece is based on my talk given at Sikkim Central University, Gangtok (see here my earlier post).
A bit from the piece:
- The book not only has startling articulations on numerous national and international issues but also has well-researched analysis of about 60 years of the history of economy and polity in India. For instance, it is not common to see Economists like Amartya Sen come up brutally and say that India’s GDP growth is helped by the supportiveness of the economic climate rather than by the ruthlessness of the political system and that the roots of the economic climate are being increasingly hampered by politically engaged community without the public reasoning.