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Gujarat is the best state for Economic Freedom : Perspective

Economic Freedom is a new measure of where an economy is headed. Based on  work done  by renowned economists – Milton Friedman and Michael Walker – an Economic Freedom of Indian states index was developed to understand where that state was headed.

Size and Diversity of the Indian Landscape Adds to the Difficulty of Finding Solutions - Vice President

The Vice President of India, Shri M. Hamid Ansari has  said that the size and diversity of the Indian landscape adds to the difficulty of finding solutions. A population of 1.25 billion dispersed over 4,635 communities 78 percent of whom are not only linguistic and cultural but social categories. The human diversities are both hierarchical and spatial. ‘The de jure  WE, the sovereign people is in reality a fragmented ‘we’, divided by yawning gaps that remain to be bridged.’ Around 30 per cent of our people live below the official poverty line and the health and education indicators, for the population as a whole, despite recent correctives, leave much to be desired. Delivering the Annual Sardar Patel Memorial Lecture on ‘Physical Integration and Emotional Inconsonance’ organized by All India Radio (AIR) here yesterday, he said that there are, in addition, problems arising out of Naxalism and insurgency in some areas where the writ of the State runs in name only, demands for a better d

India's Nuclear Power Plants

Sports Roundup 2012 : Tennis Men's

(Arranged chronologically) 1. Aircel Chennai Open Singles - Milos Raonic beats Janko Tipsarevic Doubles - Leander Paes & Janko Tipsarevic beats Jonathan Erlich & Andy Ram 2. Qatar Exxonmobil Open Singles - Jo-Wilfred Tsonga  beat Gael Monfilis Doubles - Filip Polasek & Lukas Rosol  beat Christopher Kas & Philipp Kohlschreiber 3. Australia Open Singles - Novak Djokovic beat Rafael Nadal Doubles - Leander Paes & Radek Stepanek  beat Bob Bryan & Mike Bryan