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FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
BOLD AND BRAVE • FACED WITH A POLYCRISIS, NARENDRA MODI PUSHED THROUGH DARING REFORMS TO WEATHER THE STORM. BUT THE CHALLENGE IS TO STAY THE COURSE
THE SECURITY CORDON • Amit Shah’s home ministry has managed to manufacture peace in tough situations, be it Kashmir, Punjab or the Northeast, though Manipur is a reminder of fraught realities
STEADY AT THE WHEEL • The FM has run a tight ship through Covid and the war in Ukraine, but sluggish disinvestment and inflation remain significant problems
TAKING INDIA TO THE WORLD • Exports are already at a record high, and new trade agreements could give it a further boost. But a slowing global economy is cause for worry
A FORCE OF THE FUTURE • Keeping the Chinese at bay, streamlining and modernising the armed forces, fortifying defence infrastructure and building self-reliance…it has been a long and demanding to-do list
Our Own Global Outlook • Skillful balancing of national interests with the principle of common global good has been the hallmark of Indian foreign policy in the past four years
SETTING A NEW COURSE • Having risen to the challenge of switching to online learning during Covid, the ministry is hard focusing on implementing the National Education Policy of 2020
HIGH ON HIGHWAYS • Consistency and enduring zeal have been the hallmark of Nitin Gadkari’s helmsmanship of the ministry, making it among the best performers
QUIET DOER • Since taking charge of the railways ministry two years ago, Vaishnaw has been busy removing bottlenecks to speed up reforms
FLIGHT CAPTAIN • The ministry has had to play facilitator rather than regulator for an aviation sector hit by inclement conditions
WE WANT 'BANK OF BARODA RASHTRABHASHA SAMMAN' TO BE A NATIONAL INSTITUTION • Bank of Baroda (Bank), one of India's leading public sector banks, announced the longlist of 12 Novels, nominated for the first edition of the 'Bank of Baroda Rashtrabhasha Samman' Award 2023. The unique award has been instituted to recognize and promote literary works in various Indian languages as well as to make the best Indian literature available to Hindi readers through translations.
A LONG HAUL • The numbers look promising, but the task to take India into the big league in global shipping remains
The Crude Reality • Cheaper crude oil imports from Russia have been a relief, but India has to step up domestic production
Picking Up Steam • Criticised for electricity woes last summer, the power ministry left nothing to chance this year
Coal Comfort • After the scare last year, coal production and supply have stabilised; liberalisation has removed the key bottlenecks
DISCOVERY OF FOOTPRINTS OF RAM IN CHHATTISGARH
GOING GREEN • It is time to phase out the support to electric vehicle makers as sustainable mobility gathers pace
Wooing the Workforce • Despite a slew of digitisation measures, expanding the jobs market is a daunting challenge
ENABLING MOVES • The PLI scheme gives the beleaguered textiles sector timely relief; open digital network promises a level-playing...