Indian tech companies have focused on low value-added IT services rather than developing high value-added products. It's time for a change.
For Dhiraj Nayyar's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
National-level reforms may have run aground in India, but progress is taking hold at the state level.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, stymied by fierce resistance in Parliament and a slowing economy, can regain his mojo by pushing forward on much-needed reforms.
The only way for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to counter the opposition's obstructionist strategies is to ensure that he continues to execute policies that boost India's economy.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent political stumbles with regard to reform, including his failure to get a key land-acquisition bill through Parliament, are a reminder of the unruliness of India's democracy.