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Super Century

Super Century

What India Must Do to Rise by 2050

Raghav Bahl
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What is it about the Indian psyche that makes us so incapable of fulfilling our promise as a nation? Why are we so averse to risk, resigned to mediocrity and mired in a collective lack of confidence? India has so much potential but seems forever stuck on the brink of actualization, unable to muster the political will and geo-economic force to clear the final bar. The stakes are higher than ever, and India’s moment is now.
But where should we turn first-to our troubles at home, or to the global challenges of terrorism, tyranny, ethnic conflict, mass migration, civil war and climate change? The fact is, India’s foreign and domestic agendas are inextricably intertwined, and neither can advance without the other. They must be addressed simultaneously if we are to thrive as a nation; the world is moving too fast to allow us to deal with one set of problems before moving on to the next. We simply don’t have that kind of time. In Super Century, Raghav Bahl offers a cogent and candid assessment of how we got where we are and a clear blueprint of what we need to do, both at home and in the world, to fulfil our promise going forward.

Imprint: Vintage Books

Published: May/2019

ISBN: 9780670092130

Length : 320 Pages

MRP : ₹699.00

Super Century

What India Must Do to Rise by 2050

Raghav Bahl

What is it about the Indian psyche that makes us so incapable of fulfilling our promise as a nation? Why are we so averse to risk, resigned to mediocrity and mired in a collective lack of confidence? India has so much potential but seems forever stuck on the brink of actualization, unable to muster the political will and geo-economic force to clear the final bar. The stakes are higher than ever, and India’s moment is now.
But where should we turn first-to our troubles at home, or to the global challenges of terrorism, tyranny, ethnic conflict, mass migration, civil war and climate change? The fact is, India’s foreign and domestic agendas are inextricably intertwined, and neither can advance without the other. They must be addressed simultaneously if we are to thrive as a nation; the world is moving too fast to allow us to deal with one set of problems before moving on to the next. We simply don’t have that kind of time. In Super Century, Raghav Bahl offers a cogent and candid assessment of how we got where we are and a clear blueprint of what we need to do, both at home and in the world, to fulfil our promise going forward.

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Raghav Bahl

Often called the 'Rupert Murdoch of India', Raghav Bahl is a journalist, entrepreneur, media baron and one of the most respected business leaders of India. He was the founder of Network 18, a highly diversified media company which he headed until 2014, when he exited to focus on his dream of creating a new-age digital media company, besides spending more time on public affairs. Raghav has been felicitated at various national and international forums. In 1994, the World Economic Forum named him a Global Leader of Tomorrow and he won India's Sanskriti Award for Journalism. Ernst & Young named him the Entrepreneur of the Year for Business Transformation in 2007.

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What is it about the Indian psyche that makes us so incapable of fulfilling our promise as a nation? Why are we so averse to risk, resigned to mediocrity and mired in a collective lack of confidence? India has so much potential but seems forever stuck on the brink of actualization, unable to muster the […]

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