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Stalled revolution

THE SUNDAY STORY India’s Railways are caught in a time warp. They serve millions, but are unable to meet modern standards. China is »

Disability rights is off the rails

Like all other years, this year’s Railway budget did not bring any cheer for India’s 70-100 million people with disabilities, a large num...»

Inside China’s marvel

When the People’s Republic of China was founded in 1949, the country’s rail network was in shambles. Stretching over only 20,000 km — le...»

Fading glory of America’s railways

If there is one thing that the history of America’s experience with railroad construction teaches, it is that globalisation happened lon...»


Reaching for the Stars: The Incredible Rise of Arvind Kejriwal

Five years ago, Arvind Kejriwal was far from being the man of the masses he is today. He abhorred politics and politicians and was in no quandary about enlisting the right wing in his anti-corruption fight. From that to his emergence as a natural leader of the poor and minorities is a riveting story, as riven with contradictions as it is full of surprises. The Hindu Centre's Senior Fellow Vidya Subrahmaniam, traces his rise from activism to political stardom. Read more. »

Inserting Hindutva in Nagaland
The Hindu Centre’s latest policy report examines the working of internal democracy in the Congress and the BJP.Read more. »
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