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NDTV Profit’s launch episode of ‘The Unstoppable Indians’ to feature Amartya Sen

05-January-2008
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NDTV Profit’s launch episode of ‘The Unstoppable Indians’ to feature Amartya Sen

Celebrating India’s 60 years of Independence, NDTV Profit will launch a new show ‘The Unstoppable Indians’ that would focus on an outstanding Indian from myriad fields of business, sports, literature, entertainment, science and social activism, whose power, talent or moral example is transforming India. The show will premiere on January 8 at 8.30 pm.

The inaugural episode of the 16-episode series would showcase Nobel Laureate Economist Amartya Sen. NDTV’s Manvi Dhillon would interview him and he would talk about his life, works and socio-economic issues concerning our country today.

Sen would also talk about India’s rapid economic growth vis-à-vis rising social unrests like Singur and Nandigram on the inaugural episode.

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