"We Should Not Let Self-Serving Politicians Undermine Freedom"

April 2012
India Today;4/2/2012, p6
The article discusses the reasons why India has the potential to become an economic power in the future. One reason for economic growth can be attributed to the dynamism of businesses in the country. The political structure of India needs to be reformed in order to sustain the democracy being enjoyed by the people. The role of social activist Anna Hazare in the economic and political success of India is mentioned.


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