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The Times of India

  title={The Times of India},
  author={Manmohan Singh},
The forthcoming State visit of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh presents an opportunity for the Prime Minister to take the leadership on issues where the United States and India have common interests but also differences in approaches. Professor Jagdish Bhagwati, whose writings in the mid-1960s --with Professor Padma Desai, he wrote the celebrated book, India: Planning for Industrialization which laid out the entire agenda of reforms which would be adopted twenty years later --were instrumental in… Expand
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