Today's book launch of Indianomix (Random House) was held in what Mr. Gurcharan Das described as 'the most beautiful house in Delhi,' at 4, Aurangazeb Road. The authors Vivek Dehejia and Rupa Subramanya are both Indian Canadians and columnists who discussed the making of modern India, after quickly dropping the bombshell that economists were neither apathetic nor always rational. That, behavioral economics was very much a part of what influenced their book. That although, they would not predict who the next PM would be, nor politically scrutinize why the war of 1962 was lost, their analyses would shed economic sense on modern India with all its baggage.
|Canadian High Commissioner introducing 'Interesting India'|
|The world has too many bad French lovers|
|In Rome Indians act Roman, and in India just inhuman|
|India did not have its version of the Good Samaritan law when the book was written|