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A Discussion on “Governance in India: Issues and solutions” @ IIT, Delhi

Please register for this event if you can! More details later! This is a FREE FTI event, where you'll hear about  how India can be reformed. Get involved! Sanjeev


August 2 · 6:30pm – 9:30pm


7th Floor Main Building, IRD Hall

Indian Institute of Technology, Hauz Khas

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Event jointly organised by the IIT Delhi Alumni Association and Freedom Team of India (a registered Trust). Draft event flyer.

The discussion will focus on issues in "governance" in India, the present situation and how can it be improved.

India’s governance shows no sign of improving, stumbling from one crisis to another. Our security is threatened, our economic growth stumbles every few years, we have terrible infrastructure, and one of the lowest standard of living in the world. There are more poor people in eight states of India than in the 26 countries of sub-Saharan Africa.

FTI is a forum for policy, strategy, and leadership development to promote our freedom. FTI registered as a non-for-profit Trust in Indore on 1 July 2009, and its detailed Rules of governance include a stringent Code of Conduct.

FTI is a team of leaders who identify with freedom and everything it implies, such as:
+ Enforcement of rule of law
+ Law and order, and equal justice
+ Accountable government
+ Equal opportunity for all
+ Tolerance of all but pandering to none
+ Prosperity through free enterprise and minimal regulation

The Freedom Team is actively looking for leaders to come together to lead India to freedom. FTI is not a political party. You can join us if you believe in the ideas of freedom.

FTI’s first task is to bring together outstanding leaders – individuals of unimpeachable integrity and sound liberal thinking.

About B Shantanu: 
A political activist by choice and an engineer by training, Shantanu Bhagwat (aka B Shantanu) is also a one-time diplomat and a venture investor. These days he divides his time between India and UK, working with early stage companies and on ideas to improve political systems and governance in India. He is the author/publisher of a popular blog on Indian politics, history and religion at

A graduate in Computer Engineering, Shantanu holds an MBA from London Business School where he was a Chevening Scholar. Prior to that, spent several years in the Indian Foreign Service, working in New Delhi and Tokyo

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