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October 2011


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COVER STORY

GUJARAT ROLLS OUT RED CARPET 
For carmakers, Gujarat is the new Detroit as the stateís policies encourage hassle-free investments

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OTHER ARTICLES

INVESTMENT MEET IN HOLLAND 
Minister Vayalar Ravi leads an Indian effort at the Hague. OIFC joins in


TCG SEES RED 
The Left Government has left in Bengal, but its legacy haunts The Chatterjee Group


THE ART OF GIVING 
Swraj Paul shows the way


ALUMNI MATTER 
Businessman-politician Naveen Jindal gets a B-school in his name at Texas


CRICKET GETS BANDWIDTH IN USA 
College cricket signs a TV deal and looks to gain popularity in US


BY NRI, FOR NRI
Trilok Malik makes a movie targeting the NRI audience


MAKING SKIES SAFER
A new harmonization policy seeks to make air travel safer


NRI EMPIRE
The saga of overseas Indians across the globe


 

 

 

 

 

EDITOR'S DESK

Investors like investment-friendly climates and regimes. Whatever the level of political skullduggery in
India, whatever the level of accusations and recriminations, investors will only look at returns on what they sow. That is why, even though Gujaratís Chief Minister Narendra Modi seldom remains ignored (equally liked and disliked, you could say) by the national media, the state he runs continues to gallop ahead on the road of economic progress, faster than other states in India.
 

OTHER ARTICLES

100 men, 40 women
Colonial Emigration: By Leela Gujadhur Sarup


DISENFRANCHISING INDIANS
History: Emigration to Canada


40+ IS COOL
Bollywood


LETíS CELEBRATE DIWALI AS AN ENVIRO-THON!
Diaspora: Youth Contribution


THE DUTCH CONNECTION
Diaspora Conference


NRI INITIATIVE ON NON-VIOLENCE
Art and Peace


YOGA IN MALAYSIA
Catching Up

COLUMNS

The Power of Pen
By Inder Singh


MIND AND BODY: The Science of Breathing
By Yogi Ashwani