Dear All, I wish you all a very happy Indian Independence Day – it binds us globally and emotionally besides giving us a sense of achievement in various ways. For this occasion I had written a poem in Hindi ‘Tirange ka Dard’ and I would like to share it with all of you. Today itRead more about ‘Tirange ka Dard’[…]
Dear friends August 15 is a day of significant importance for all Indians, where ever they live. It marks the emergence of a stronger, self reliant and politically vibrant India (that is Bharat – or other way around) in the modern era. You will appreciate that India is emphatically and steadily surging ahead with itsRead more about Happy Independence Day[…]
May 31st 2012, 13:03 by P.F. | PUNE
INDIA’S economy has had some bad economic ideas inflicted on it over the past century, from imperial neglect to the cult of the village and big-ticket socialism. Maybe the concept of BRICs—a handful of emerging economies including India that were destined for fast growth—should be added to the list. It led to a bubble of complacency that is now being popped rather brutally. Growth in India was 5.3% in the three months to March—worse than the 6% expected, below the prior quarter and way below the close-to-double digit rates that were meant to be preordained and propel India to economic super-power status.
Mr. Biren Nanda, presently Ambassador of India to Indonesia has been appointed as the next High Commissioner of India to Australia.
NEW DELHI: In a bid to woo more passengers, Air India on Saturday launched a scheme for non-resident Indians ( NRIs) and overseas tourists offering fares starting $200 on its domestic flights for two journeys.