GURCHARAN DAS

  • Gurcharan Das' "India Grows At Night" is thought provoking September 25, 2012

    Gurcharan Das' new book "India Grows At Night" postulates a liberal case for a strong India, for a strong leadership and system that ensures swift governance and justice. Das' work is rooted in the enlightenment philosophy of 18th century thinkers like Adam Smith and John Locke. So Das' strong state...
  • Free markets The Indian way May 23, 2012

    Gurcharan Das The Man: Gurcharan Das's second career as a writer and public intellectual is more noticed and in some ways far more influential than his first as a professional manager. It spanned 30 years, and across six countries and included a term as CEO of Procter & Gamble India. His...
  • 'Pushback on economic reforms coming from within the Congress' April 20, 2012

    Economist Gurcharan Das commended Kaushik Basu, the PM's Economic Advisor, for openly suggesting that economic reforms were unlikely before 2014. ...
  • Penguin's annual 'Spring Lit Fest' in Delhi March 16 March 12, 2012

    New Delhi: A series of sneak peeps into new books by top Indian writers will be the cornerstone of a festival of literature, "Spring Fever", to be held March 1624 at the India Habitat Centre. An annual feature of PenguinBooks India, the festival will preview several new titles by authors like...
  • Meet the author of The Difficulty of Being Good September 7, 2009

    New Delhi: The Difficulty of Being Good: On the Subtle Art of Dharma by author Gurcharan Das, looks to pack in a lot. It's a scholarly work, but wears its scholarship lightly. Gurcharan Das manages to write in a very userfriendly style discussing some of the bigger questions of the Mahabharat...