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[email protected]: Cinema Will Thrive

If B&W or colour TV couldn’t kill cinema years ago, Netflix or Amazon Prime won’t succeed either.

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[email protected]: Political Will In Place

Much is wrong with India at the moment, but it can change if the country supports the government

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[email protected]: Democracy & Polls In 2047

Would we still have polling stations? Probably not, as the smart phone will be in every hand

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[email protected]: No Ideology Politics Here

Politics could pass through a state of flux in the next 30 years

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[email protected]: Gunning For ‘Make In India’

Securing the country’s sovereignty and safeguarding our geo-political interests are key national priorities

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[email protected]; Tech And Social Change

Technology has the ability to revolutionise healthcare and improve gains in agriculture

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[email protected]: Urban Mobility Upgrade

To meet the demands of the growing urban crowd, we will need smart, sustainable transport

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A Centralised World?

Technology will change the way government views the decision making processes

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[email protected]: No More About Climate Change

The renewable energy sector presents a great investment opportunity for India to capitalise on

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[email protected]: India Grows At Night

The compounding effect could propel India into a $20 trillion economy by 2040

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[email protected]: To One-Fifth Of Humanity

In 30 years, India’s population will be around 1.7 billion and its needs much bigger

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[email protected]: A Blue Sky Agenda

India’s aviation sector is working towards building fuel-efficient engines, greater capacity airports and top class infrastructure

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[email protected]: Pushing The Start Button

Public private partnership in infrastructure, agriculture and skillset training could work wonders for India’s economy

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[email protected]: Build A Process

Dreams materialise only when we work to realise them

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The Man Who Shot Gandhi...

...with his camera. The Rubin Musuem in New York is showcasing an exhibition of the work of French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson who clicked a portrait of Gandhi on 30 January 1948, an hour before he was shot

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