Just how much do the 27 million global desis, scattered across 190 countries around the world, contribute to the Indian economy? World Bank figures show a dramatic increase of almost 162% in the remittance that India receives from overseas Indians over the last eight years.
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On 13 July, the bustling city of Mumbai was rocked by three bomb blasts. Amid heavy rains, the perpetrators leave few leads. The Asian arm of the New York Times, the International Herald Tribune - Asia edition, quotes Neelam Deo, director of Gateway House, on the probable suspects and city’s reaction to the event.
A robust economic strategy and a tie-up with East Asia will make India a competitive alternative to China
Germany’s abstention on the UN Resolution on Libya heralds the mellowing of a nation blamed for last century’s most catastrophic wars. This time, Berlin may determine the history of Europe by choosing to pursue its national interests peacefully rather than subjugating an entire populace.
Manjeet Kripalini speaks on foreign policy as a guest on Global Conversation.
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?
On the eve of US President Barack Obama's visit to India, Gateway House hosted an Indo-US Youth Dialogue to formulate an agenda for the youth to be presented to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and President Obama
The Gateway House mission is to provide a platform for discussing issues that lie at the intersection of citizens, business and foreign policy. To that end, in 2009, Gateway House conceptualized a Mumbai Consensus to explain and encapsulate factors behind India’s successful economic growth.
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.