A year later, as Modi’s performance is being extensively deliberated, CPR faculty present a multi-faceted, critical analysis.
- Pratap Bhanu Mehta writes in the Financial Express that while the prime minister continues to remain popular, the government looks very ordinary, tripping on “execution and detail”.
- In his piece Well begun is not half done, Rajiv Kumar presents an economic analysis, suggesting how Modi can “move quickly to reignite the private investment cycle”.
- Sanjaya Baru, in When the traveller returns, re-emphasizes the need to focus on economy in year two. He writes that the yardstick by which the world will come to measure India in the years ahead will depend on how her “economy performs and polity managed”.