India Today Group Chairman and Editor-in-chief Aroon Purie says that,"India is the fastest growing large economy of the world but the country is beset with some very fundamental problems."
Double Digit Growth: Can You Deliver It?
Union Finance minister Arun Jaitley was at India Today Conclave 2016 to analyse whether double digit growth for India could be achieved or not.
Why Can't We Build Like China?
Nitin Gadkari, the Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways and Shipping, has not lost any of the momentum he acquired in the last decade.
Can India have power 24X7
Piyush Goyal at India Today Conclave 2016 said that he tapped into his several years as an investment banker to bring about the reforms.
Putting Railways Back on Track
At India Today Conclave 2016, Union Minister of Railways Suresh Prabhu revealed his plans on how to make the Indian Railways the favoured mode of transport for all sections and classes of the society.
Incubating Profit: Hot Ideas, Cool Start-ups
Nirmala Sithraman, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, rightly attributes India's striking start-up growth to jugaad and the entrepreneurial drive of Indian youth.
Enter, the Cyber Terrorist
India's model of secularism is miraculous and a phenomenon that needs to be studied: Daniel Benjamin
Speaking at the India Today Conclave 2016, Daniel Benjamin said the biggest threat today is not ISIS or anyone else but the Jehadist ideology which will see a dead end like others before it.
Captain Australia: Tips for Team India
The former Australian skipper feels India are still the favourites in World Twenty20 despite losing their first match to New Zealand in Nagpur.
Why Nationalism is not a Dirty Word
Shaurya Doval, Executive Director, India Foundation said that nationalism is an article of faith, just like marriage or religion, and cannot be forced upon.
Does Hindutva Unite or Divide?
Dattatreya Hosabale who joined RSS at the age of 13 is of the view that being a gay or transgender is a personal choice and homosexuality should not be punished as long as it is not affecting the lives of others.
Left, Right or Centre?
Columnist and one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people of our times, Pratap Bhanu Mehta was in a lively session with 'Idea of India' man Sunil Khilnani.
Breakout Nation or Breakdown Country
Former Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, Montek Singh Ahluwalia, points out that if it is a private sector-led growth, we will need to improve conditions for the private sector to invest.
What the Past Means to Me
Both Yaqoob Khan Bangash and Pradyumna J agree that when teachers bring their politics into the classroom there is a problem as they are imposing their will on the students.
And Lived to Retell the Horror
Speaking at the India Today Conclave 2016, in the session How I survived ISIS: And lived to retell the horror, Daniel Rye Ottosen recounted the 13 months that he had spent as a captive of the ISIS.
ISIS Crossfire: Survive, Analyse, Combat, Govern
There has to be an element of force in any policy to prevent imminent threats, believe panelists.
How to Train and Win
Olympic gold medalist, shooter Abhinav Bindra and All England winner Pullela Gopichand stressed on the need to invest in the youth to see better results at big tournaments.
The Politics of Patriotism
BJP president Amit Shah faced a lot of bouncers at the India Today conclave question hour on the burning questions of the day, and some would say he batted with aplomb, though he did leave a few deliveries.
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