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All Posts Tagged With: "India"

India’s Latest Bombings

The northeastern region of India has experienced more than a decade of violence and more than 10,000 people have died in the region as a result.

Nov 3rd, 2008 | Comments

1-800-INDIA: Interview: Clyde Prestowitz

Bill Moyers interviews Clyde Prestowitz, author of the book hree Billion New Capitalists: The Great Shift of Wealth and Power to the East.

Nov 2nd, 2008 | Comments

The Dying Fields: Car Companies Veering off the Road in India

With one of the world’s fastest growing economies, India is experiencing a lot of growing pains. Tensions have exploded recently, leading to violent protests.

Sep 26th, 2008 | Comments

Kids Cards

See how the children featured in WIDE ANGLE episode "Time for School" are faring now in the "Kid Cards" photo essay.

Sep 5th, 2006 | Comments

1-800-INDIA: Interview: Michael Elliott

August 15, 2006: Michael Elliott, Editor of Time International, discusses social, political, and economic development in India with anchor, Daljit Dhaliwal.

Aug 15th, 2006 | Comments

1-800-INDIA: Data: India, America, and Outsourcing

Statistics on the impact of outsourcing to the US and Indian workforce.

Sep 13th, 2005 | Comments

1-800-INDIA: Map: Exploring India’s Outsourcing Economy

From animation studios in Chennai to microchip design houses in New Delhi, Indian firms are handling a wide range of services. But not all Indians have benefited equally from the outsourcing boom. Investigate how India’s urban information technology centers fit into the Indian economy with this interactive map.

Sep 13th, 2005 | Comments

1-800-INDIA: Resources

Links to information on offshoring, outsourcing, global economic issues, and U.S./India relations.

Sep 13th, 2005 | Comments

1-800-INDIA: Essay: Offshore Outsourcing: Perceptions and Misperceptions

The best way to understand the growth of offshoring and outsourcing is to realize that “it’s the technology, stupid.” What’s happened in the last 10 years or so is that the reduction of communication costs and standardization of software packages has fundamentally altered the way some jobs are done.

Sep 13th, 2005 | Comments

Border Jumpers: The World’s Most Complex Borders: Pakistan/India

Jul 26th, 2005 | Comments

Border Jumpers: The World’s Most Complex Borders: India/Bangladesh

Jul 26th, 2005 | Comments

Photo Essay: Combating Illiteracy

A photo essay about innovative programs that offer basic education to the poorest children.

Sep 4th, 2004 | Comments

Essay: Girls’ Education in Developing Countries: Mind the Gap

Girls' education is emerging as one of the top priorities of the international development community.

Sep 4th, 2004 | Comments

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Time for School Series: Full Episode: Time for School

More than a hundred million children have never spent a day in school. Time for School spotlights the global crisis in access to education.

Sep 4th, 2004 | Comments
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