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India – At an Inflection Point

  Late in Dec ’06, I shared some slides with students at the Vidya Prasarak Mandal’s Instt of Management at Thane (near Mumbai) on how India was at an inflection point.

India   And yet, in many ways, the emergence of India is not “new” but a re-distribution of global economic wealth and power. In the presentation, I also highlighted some of ancient India’s scientific and technological achievements and argued why the massive growth that India is witnessing will be sustained in the long run.

Here is a copy of the slides

January 11th, 2007 Posted by | Conferences and Panels, India, My Presentations | one comment

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  1. Shantanu, this is good. Thanks for sharing your slides (as always).

    A great book about the debt modern science owes ancient civilisations is Dick Teresi’s lost discoveries. You can read more about it and also my review of the book here:

    The number of reviews however probably shows how many people are *really interested in discovering this…

    Comment by Shefaly Yogendra | January 12, 2007

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