ACCIDENTAL INDIA SHANKKAR AIYAR PDF
Journalist-analyst Shankkar Aiyar scooped the news of India pledging its gold reserves to the Bank of England during its worst economic crisis since. Accidental India: A History of the Nation’s Passage through Crisis and Change by Shankkar Aiyar from Only Genuine Products. 30 Day. I read Accidental India last year. I enjoyed it since it visited parts of Indian history, linking it to the present. A narrative that can be done over and over again, to be.
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When he began the Amul story, at the time in India it was impossible to get fresh milk, butter and baby food. In crafting his narrative, Shankkar essentially looks at the rear-view mirror and traces the arc of missed opportunities and tragic failures. It clearly brings out difficulties in maintaining the intricate balance The book also covers a very interesting story about the Green Revolution that took place in the s.
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I read Accidental India last year. He passed away last year. This is a must read for all those people who are concerned about India but are impatient and wonder – ‘Why are the good policies NOT being implemented even after knowing that they are good’.
No this is not just right wing propaganda but a very honest look at the progress in the last 70 years with ample prelude before independence too.
Today pasteurized milk and the milk trains are taken for granted. These smuggled grains became the seeds of a revolution.
Accidental India: A History of The Nation’s Passage Through Crisis and Change by Shankkar Aiyar
The book looked like it was 4 years old, I expected it to be in better condition. Aug 07, Sarthak rated it really liked it. I might not agree on some views BUT I must say that the author’s interpretation of crisis management is Bang-on.
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Highly recommended to understand how politics in India’s has shaped the country. Ondia 26, Arunkumar rated it really liked it Shelves: It has a negative ring to it. The narrative covers policies very well and talks about the motivations and the flaws of the different actors in each of those policies sustaining intere A well written book with extensive references how successive Indian governments only make mostly sound policy and take decisive actions accldental when compelled by a crisis.
Nov 10, Raghubansh Mani rated it liked it. Challenges to the World’s Largest Democracy.
In this brilliant and learned book, the author uses specific milestones-such as the Green Revolution which freed India from the fear of famine and delivered food security; the midday meal scheme which spurred school enrollment and literacy; the natio. Want to know more about India?
Nov 01, Vinayak Hegde rated it really liked it Shelves: The government never acted until a festering problem degenerated into a full-blown crisis and the authorities were forced to act. Its primary function should have been promoting exports; instead, it was controlling imports. When I got this book, I was not disappointed. A must read book for those interested in economic history,development economics.
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Should you read this book? Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. In crafting his narrative, Shankkar shankkkar looks at the rear-view mirror and traces the arc of missed opportunities and tragic failures. Jan 31, Moin Khan rated it really liked it.
Read it to know how far we have come, and how shankoar farther we could have gone. The book reviews some historic interventions in India: Read it to know what India went through and how the path to hell can be paved with good intentions. Refresh and try again. Audible Download Audio Books.