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India vs China

Is India ready for superpower status? Has China left India miles behind? Is there yet a race left? Can India's tortoise not only catch up but also outpace China's hare?

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With telling insights into the two Asian powers' histories, polities, economies and cultures, Superpower? The Amazing Race Between China's Hare and India's Tortoise is a brilliantly written, superbly documented, rich and comprehensive account of the race to dominance between the two neighbours.

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In 2050, 300 million of China's 1.4 billion strong population will be over 65.

By 2020, India will have a surplus of 47 million people of working age, the only major economy to do so.
If 200 years of economic theory is sound, then India simply must succeed in creating an America- and Japan-like miracle. Continuing to infuse physics into economics, India's growth is like the 'wave theory': closer to the epicentre, the waves are tiny, densely packed, and look really small.
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A unique and gripping account of the evolving geo-politics and the role of India and China in a transformational shift, this book will be of much interest to policymakers and investors alike.
— Anand Sharma,
Minister of Commerce and Industry, Government of India

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Raghav Bahl is the Founder-Editor of India's largest media house, Network 18, and one of the country's most admired media professionals.

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17/8/2010
6:30pm
New Delhi
Durbar Hall, Taj Palace
Panel discussion
26/8/2010
7:00pm
Mumbai
Ball Room, Taj Lands End
Book Launch
Urgency Is The Missing Ingredient In India's Expressway Development

Emperor Sher Shah Suri is the father of India's roads-he built the Grand Trunk Road 450 years ago.
It spanned the breadth of India from current-day Bangladesh to Pakistan. At every 6 km was a sarai or rest place for caravans. Centuries later, Adam Smith would call roads 'the greatest of all improvements', but Sher Shah Suri had figured it all out for himself.
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