Greater Pacific Capital, an investing institution, republished a lecture delivered by Gateway House's Rajni Bakshi on the occasion of the 145th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The lecture examines the relevance on Gandhiji’s ideas of non-violence in today’s global context
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The Hindu published Gateway House’s Rajni Bakshi’s article, ‘The science of non-violence.’ She argues that re-stating our intention in favour of non-violence is an essential starting point in addressing the several issues that plague our world today.
What good has the ideal of non-violence done for the victims of terrorist strikes or of the wars launched to fight terrorists? There is no simple answer. And yet, on this birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, re-stating our intention in favour of non-violence is an essential starting point
Quartz republished George Wyeth’s article on the ongoing changes in the Indian manufacturing sector. He argues that competitive pressure is now forcing a transformation, and explains how new management models now being adopted can change how investors and customers perceive Indian companies
The Hindu republished an article by Gateway House's Ambassador R. Viswanathan on India's extreme dependence on imported energy. He argues that India, being the world’s second-largest producer of sugarcane, should emulate Brazil by replacing petrol with ethanol as fuel
Outlook published Executive Director Manjeet Kripalani's article on India's economy and failings of the 'Dream Team'. She argues that the government has put politics and polls ahead of economy and prosperity.
Alibaba, a family of Internet-based businesses, published Gateway House's Rajni Bakshi's Article on Fair Business, Fair Growth. She discusses that ramifications of the Village councils in the Niyamgiri Hills of Odisha vote against mining in their area which decided the fate of billions of dollars in investment.
Alibaba.com, an e-commerce website, republished Gateway House's special report titled, 'India's Liberal Agenda.’ This report examines whether traditional liberalism stands a chance in today’s India, where the individual’s role has been nearly subsumed by a dominant state seeking to be benefactor
India America Today published Gateway House, Senior Gandhi Fellow, Rajni Bakshi's Article. She discusses that ramifications of the Village councils in the Niyamgiri Hills of Odisha vote against mining in their area which decided the fate of billions of dollars in investment.
Manjeet Kripalani, Executive Director, Gateway House, was quoted in a International Business Times' article Karachi, Pakistan: Troubled, Violent Metropolis Was Once Called ‘Paris Of The East’.