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Indians Shouldn't Have to Apologize for Profits

Firms must make the moral case for markets: Capitalism, not handouts, has lifted millions out of poverty.

Is profit once again a "dirty word" in India? The country's first prime minister, the Fabian socialist Jawaharlal Nehru, infamously dismissed private gain in those terms. Now a bill awaiting passage in India's Parliament suggests the country's government still clings to this qualmish view of business.

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The Wall Street Journal
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1 April 2013

आर्थिक स्वतंत्रता लाती है खुशहाली

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प्रथम प्रवक्ता (Pratham Pravakta)
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16 October 2012

The power of policy ideas in improving society is incredible

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One India One People
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30 November 2009

400 poor city students get school vouchers

Times of India, New Delhi & NCR

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Times of India
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31 March 2007

दिल्ली सिटीजन हैंडबुक का विमोचन

Rashtriya Sahara

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Rashtriya Sahara
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11 October 2009

Campaign for right to quality education for underprivileged

Pioneer, Ranchi

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Pioneer
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2 October 2008

Now, students from poor section have voucher power to choose their school

The Indian Express, New Delhi & NCR

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The Indian Express
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13 June 2007

A choice for the better

Hindustan Times Next, New Delhi & NCR

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Hindustan Times Next
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16 May 2007

New school of thought enters poll campaign

Hindustan Times, New Delhi

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Hindustan Times
Publication Date: 
16 April 2009

Struggling on Mission Admission?

Hindustan Times, New Delhi

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Hindustan Times
Publication Date: 
9 December 2008
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