Manjeet Kripalani and Neelam Deo's peice on the potential trouble faced by South Asian executives after insider trading scandals in the United States was published in Newsweek.
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Founder and Director of Gateway House Manjeet Kripalani was quoted in a article published by Outlook India.
BBC News published a feature written by Gateway House’s Head of Research, Akshay Mathur, in their Asia business section. Mathur writes on the the financial crises in Europe and the possibility of the BRICS countries playing an active part in the European bailout.
A decade later after 9/11, the U.S. is yet to rally itself against Pakistani-sponsored terrorism and India has not better prepared to defend itself. Gateway House’s Neelam Deo and Akshay Mathur cover India’s national security in a piece published in InDepthNews.
On September 6, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will visit Bangladesh for a highly anticipated round of talks. This is the moment for both sides to look afresh at the Sundarbans and make it the creative spur for our bilateral prosperity, says Shloka Nath.
A robust economic strategy and a tie-up with East Asia will make India a competitive alternative to China
As the people of Egypt are finding out, the Net is about freedom -- to share creative ideas, to express dissent and oppose repression, says Rajni Bakshi.
The halting of economic reforms has driven businessmen and investors to greener pastures. Can Manmohan Singh –the man behind the 1991 reforms – introduce necessary steps to lure them back and regain public confidence?
Gateway House launched its first Global Minds Essay Contest, with the theme "Who can save the Sundarbans?", open to any student in India aged 15-19 years. A panel comprising Bittu Sahgal, Vijay Crishna, Ambassador Neelam Deo, and Smita Parekh determined the winners.
New Delhi has sympathy for the troubled nation, but energy needs and relations with China are complicating the equation