Will Modi as PM prove tough for US?
The US, the self-proclaimed messiah of the world, which is often criticized for its interference in the internal affairs of other countries, might find Narendra Modi a tough leader to deal with in case he becomes the Prime Minister of India after May 16. Though the US is now wooing the “domineering” Gujarat Chief Minister it had once shunned, because of his rising national popularity, it won’t be a smooth sail for Washington. Way back in 2006, when Modi was heading the State Government, he made it clear to Uncle Sam that the
US has no right to interfere in India’s internal matters. Bureaucracy Today brings to its readers an interaction thread between Modi and Michael Owen, the then US Consul General posted in Mumbai, leaked by Wikileaks where the Chief Minister had categorically asked America to mend its own fences before raising fingers on the internal affairs of Gujarat. India is a huge consumer market for the US and it would be interesting to look at the impact a possible Modi Government at the Centre might have on its relations with America.
Chartered Accountants are a vital cog in the Indian economic wheel. They play an important and influential role in the corporate sector by being strategists, business advisors and forefront administrators. In recognition of their role as managers of the financial recourse in India, Bureaucracy Today in this Special CA Edition highlights the prominent domestic CA firms. We had initiated the country’s first ever survey for the purpose. The response to our survey has been truly overwhelming with CA firms from across the country participating in it. We feel it is important to highlight the prominent and emerging CA firms for the benefit of our corporate readers so that they can have an update of the market trend. Hence we are publishing the list of some of the domestic accounting firms which are making their mark in the corporate sector.