Naveen Jindal on his views on Jan Lokpal Bill

Published in Outlook Business magazine | November 26th As a business school student at the University of Texas at Dallas, Naveen Jindal noticed how his American pals flaunted their country’s flag. Inspired, he got himself an Indian flag for his dorm room. On returning home in 1992 and put to work in the family’s steel … Continue reading

Indian should extend its citizen’s constitutional right to vote to an active postal ballot system

August 29 is celebrated as the ‘National Sports Day’ in memory of legendry hockey player Dhyan Chand. On this day the Government must initiate steps to rejuvenate the national game and restore it to its golden past Today, we celebrate National Sports Day in the remembrance of ‘Hockey ke Jadoogar’ Dhyan Chand. I am a … Continue reading

The success of Jan Lokpal Bill

Published in Hindustan Times | August 16th The lokpal bill is being seen as a panacea for the ills of our society. But it would be effective only if all facets of corruption are understood and addressed. Apart from the enforcement of any legislation, we must understand its preventive and educative aspects. At present, we … Continue reading

Naveen Jindal on Forbes Asia Cover

The world leading business magazine, Forbes Asia, has featured Naveen Jindal and JSPL on the cover of its October issue. The cover story titled Citizen Tycoon covers the achievements of the company under the leadership of Naveen Jindal. As a business school student at the University of Texas at Dallas, Naveen Jindal noticed how his … Continue reading

Sustained Development in Kurukshetra

Kurukshetra – Naveen Jindal

Following is an article published in MINT – April 15, 2009

  On debut, inheritors fell short of national performance average   Mint is reviewing key metrics of the Lok Sabha since 1952, based on a compilation by PRS Legislative Research, an independent research initiative. Today, in the second part, we review the influence of dynasty politics; the third part will focus on MPs who are … Continue reading

Following is an article published in Tehelka Magazine, Vol 6, Issue 16, Dated April 25, 2009

Beyond The Steel Palace Just why is one of India’s wealthiest men burning rubber on the dirt tracks of Kurukshetra? HARINDER BAWEJA travels with the 39-year-old Naveen Jindal   Photo: VIJAY PANDEY MOST TAKE a shot at politics for the power it will afford them. There are only a few who willingly opt for it … Continue reading

Pushing the envelope

This article was published under the headline “Pushing the envelope” in Hindustan Times on April 3, 2009   The Right and the Opportunity to Vote Naveen Jindal   When some American friends from my alma mater, the University of Texas at Dallas visited India in November, 2008, the conversation naturally led to the US elections … Continue reading

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