Be it trampling on tribal rights or getting land at lowest rates, such politician-businessmen nexus has been the bane of democracy.
With rising unemployment, the state needs a fresh spate of investments to make it truly God's own.
India needs to learn from Australia, where survival vulnerability of endangered species stopped a gigantic coal project.
He is every publicist’s dream client. Yes, I mean every word of that.
Their propaganda against the BJP government on contentious environmental issues would hurt India's image and put a dent to Modi's painstaking efforts.
An integral part of the PM's business entourage, the two Gujarat industrialists have come a long way since 2003, when they defended Modi against the CII.
The first step towards realising the "Make in India" goal is to ensure that we have 100 per cent self-sufficiency in very basic infrastructure.
The prime minister's Australia visit will be remembered as much for his bonhomie with Tony Abbott as the SBI's billion dollar loan to Adani's mine Down Under.