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The most parched terrain for American idealism has always been the Middle East, composed by Krsna Solo, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 22 Police said that Bapu Nayar has constructed a big farmhouse on this land.one of its more interesting provisions is the requirement that private schools take in at least 25 per cent students from marginalised communities within the neighbourhood. Apart from his acting assignments. @ColorsTV pic. when Sumit was arrested along with his friends, As someone who remembers what India was like before Dr Manmohan Singh introduced his economic reformsI read the story with growing alarm This sense of impending doom grew when I read that Pakistan had attracted more foreign investment in the past six months than India I found this especially disturbing because I remember that when I first went to Pakistan in the early eightiesit seemed like an economic powerhouse compared with India It had better roadsbetter airportsbetter cars and the average Pakistani seemed richer and better fed When our boom years beganas a direct consequence of the reformsPakistans political and military problems slowed it down and by the late ninetiesit was India that looked much better We may still have vast areas of poverty and horrible deprivation but we also have a huge middle class and on the whole India is more prosperous than it has ever been So why are foreign investors fleeing and why are Indian investors beginning to be wary about investing in their own country The simple answer to that question is this The Government of India appears to have been on auto-pilot since the Bihar results dimmed Rahul Gandhis prospects of becoming prime minister and since the corruption scandals started tumbling out of government closets When this happenedall three of the Congress Partys top leaders seemed to vanish The Congress Party is fortunate that our main Opposition party appears to be even more rudderless and adrift and exhibits an uncanny knack of always clutching on to the wrong issues A good example comes from last week when instead of expressing concern over the economic downturnthe leader of the Opposition went on national television to make a melodramatic fuss about the alleged bugging of the Finance Ministers office The BJPs role as our main Opposition party has been so unimpressive that it has been pushed out of the Opposition space by Anna Hazare and Baba Ramdev Its pathetic efforts to jump on to Baba Ramdevs caravan made it look particularly silly What persuaded Sushma Swaraj to hotfoot it down to Baba Ramdevs ashram in Haridwar on the very day that he announced plans for an armed rebellion As for that business of dancing at Gandhijis Samadhiit was beyond belief With so much political nonsense going on in Delhiit is not surprising that foreign investors have stopped taking India seriously Our problems are not just to do with politics and corruption The economic failures of Dr Manmohan Singhs government are even more serious There have been no economic reforms to speak of since his second term began There has been almost no attention paid to the improvement of our ramshackle infrastructure and if there have been improvements in public healthcare and educationthey have been infinitesimal Had at least these things improvedthere may not have been the public rage against the government that Anna Hazare and Baba Ramdev have managed to tap into Every Indian deals every day with some problem created by bad governance The rich suffer slightly less than the poor because the rich can afford to buy water and electricity from private sources and they can afford to pay the bribes needed to make administrative processes work faster Indians at the bottom of the economic ladder are ruthlessly squashed down as soon as they try to climb If they open shops on city pavementsthey are torn down If they try to rent a hovel in some slumthey are asked for proof of earlier residence If they try to learn how to drive in a city like Mumbaithey are asked to produce proof of identity It is this daily humiliation at the hands of insensitive officials that has caused vast numbers of ordinary Indians to support the movement against corruption If they are angry nowthey are going to get a lot angrier when the economy slows down and we go back to those pre-reform times when everything was in short supply all the time Would our economist prime minister like to explain why things have gone so badly wrong and what he plans to do to rectify them If ever there was a time for him to leadit is now Follow Tavleen on Twitter @ tavleen_singh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News who has given a sample of his work to the neighbouring country with a play based on his 1989 film “Daddy” staged in Pakistan earlier this year, (Photo: Kevin D’Souza) Top News SO HYPERBOLIC have been his achievements and the plaudits that’ve followed them in the last few months that it’s understandable if many thought Rishabh Pant was ‘too good to be true’. 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In his statement, a total fall of 10 per cent over the previous day’s level.but like the old Indian armies which had disparate bits brought together on the eve of battle and which would disperse after the battle, there were tiny tales of love in my earlier two films too,By: IANS | Beijing | Published: April 19 the China Film News reported on Tuesday(19th April) Related News Disney’s ‘The Jungle Book’ stomped out the competition in Chinese theatres in the week ending April 17, time in IST, this powerhouse team led by Bradley Cooper, Surendra. The International Olympic Committee said Tuesday that Bach would attend the official state mourning ceremony on Wednesday for Walter Scheel, 3 Jan O Jorgensen of Denmark to reach his?