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10 April 2012

Guest post: jobs for India’s youth

Gateway House's Co-founder Manjeet Kripalani wrote an article in The Financial Times about youth education in India. She argues that India's education system is obsolete and that we must find news ideas on educating Indian youth and preparing them for the workforce.

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2 March 2012

The Makeover of Mayawati

Uttar Pradesh (UP) is going to the polls this month and the results will have implications even beyond India. However, Mayawati, the Chief Minister of UP, will encounter big challenges for re-election as the state faces major problems such as poverty and an inefficient education structure.

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2 March 2012

UP, yesterday and tomorrow

Studying Mayawati's legacy in Uttar Pradesh, Manjeet Kripalani argues that despite pervasive corruption in the state , Mayawati has been successful in doing two things - instilling pride in the Dalit and ensuring that the benefits of the poverty programmes reach the poor.

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29 February 2012

Gateway House Global Minds Essay Competition 2011

Ashoka or Arthashastra: which one can better shape India's foreign policy and future? Gateway House sponsored its second Global Minds Essay Contest, which was open to any student in India aged 15-19 years. A panel comprising Navdeep Suri, Sunil Khilnani, Rajni Bakshi, and Vidya Shah determined the winners.

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10 February 2012

India should be wary of Europe trade negotiations

As negotiations on the India-EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA) continue in New Delhi, Akshay Mathur and Bob Dowling write in the Financial Times and analyse the relevance and impact an FTA would have on both parties. Can creative methods be implemented to break the current deadlock in negotiations?

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27 September 2011

Viewpoint: Brics bailout of Europe is unlikely

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.