It’s the Great Wharton Dustup – Dilip D’Souza

Narendra Modi’s supporters should stop using the freedom of speech argument because they don’t understand it Afew themes emerge, if confused, from recent happenings at Wharton: freedom of expression, a possible insult to the nation, horrible regimes that the US is friends with. All worth addressing. The insult, first. I accept that Narendra Modi feels injured by Wharton’s action. After all, how many of us … Continue reading It’s the Great Wharton Dustup – Dilip D’Souza

The Truth About Modi – Teesta Setalvad

    Guest Writer- Teesta Setalvad Narendra Modi, the controversial chief minister of Gujarat was invited to be the keynote speaker at Wharton at its 17th Economic Forum on March 23, 2013. The Civil Rights groups across the world and especially in India were shocked and dismayed at such reports given the fact that the US administration had firmly stated weeks ago there was no … Continue reading The Truth About Modi – Teesta Setalvad

Narendra Modi’s Address Cancelled. Wharton Facelift for Modi Nulled Via Facebook

Wharton Facelift for Modi Nulled Via Facebook Gujarat-based Adani Group appears to have withdrawn its sponsorship of a student-run conference hosted by the high-ranking Wharton business school at the University of Pennsylvania after the event organisers revoked a scheduled keynote address by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. The Adani Group was listed as “platinum sponsor” on the event’s website through Monday, a day after the … Continue reading Narendra Modi’s Address Cancelled. Wharton Facelift for Modi Nulled Via Facebook