When India is a nation of ideas: How India can learn from the world’s best

India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi is hoping to transform India into an “indigenous” democracy.

He has been a man of the people, one of those who knows his country well, and one who has been able to make people feel comfortable with their government and its actions.

In fact, Modi is the only prime minister of India who is the embodiment of the Indian ideal of the self-made man.

He is the one who understands the country’s problems and has an insatiable appetite for knowledge.

He has been dubbed the world champion of “the citizen-scientist”.

The Nobel laureate and former vice-chancellor of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is the epitome of the modern Indian ideal.

And he is also the first to recognise the power of the “indigenist” label to define India as a “nation of ideas”.

In his book, The World According to Indigenism, published last year, Modi argued that the country is the “world’s second largest democracy after the United States”.

And he has long been the advocate of the idea of the nation as the source of knowledge, which he sees as a key part of the future of the country.

It is in this vein that he has launched a drive to promote a new generation of citizens to be the next generation of thinkers.

It is one of his first initiatives as Prime Minister.

“We want a citizen who is a thinker, a thinker who can be the new citizen of India.

A thinker who is not only a citizen, but also an intellectual.

A citizen who has the ability to think on the ground and on the Internet,” Modi said in his inaugural speech in October.

A key element of this, he said, is a “knowledge economy”.

He is using the phrase “inde-literacy” to describe the idea that Indians are becoming more literate every day, and he has also taken steps to make India more accessible to this burgeoning generation of intellectuals.

This new “knowledge society” is part of an initiative to empower and encourage this young generation to pursue their careers in the country, and Modi is using this initiative to encourage his own generation of scientists and engineers to become more literates.

He said that in the next three to five years, India will overtake the United Kingdom as the world leader in the development of its scientific research.

The idea of a knowledge society is also one of the reasons Modi has pushed to increase the number of universities and colleges to increase “innovation”.

This is a key element in Modi’s vision of a “civil society”.

The idea is that if India is to become a “country of ideas” as it has become a country of laws, the government needs to provide a level playing field for the entrepreneurs and innovators who will be the driving force behind India’s “knowledge” economy.

In the name of “innovative thinking” and “inno-knowledge”, Modi has been targeting entrepreneurs who will create new businesses and jobs.

He wants to encourage young entrepreneurs to become “innocent” entrepreneurs who are more likely to pursue new ideas, he told the business and business school students in October last year.

The Prime Minister said that he wants to empower young Indians to think differently, and to use their own resources and time to think about their ideas.

He also wants them to have the capacity to think for themselves, and the capacity of an informed citizenry.

In this sense, Modi has also launched a push to encourage students to take their own research and research into their own hands, in an effort to “influence society”.

The Prime Minister has also emphasised the need to teach young people the “values of independence” and the “self-reliance” that make for a successful entrepreneurial society.

It was this sense of self-reliability that made Modi famous as a student of India’s famed scientist-turned-politician Indira Gandhi, and his idea of “indo-literate” has helped him attract the support of the entire Indian society.

“This is what I mean by ‘indo literate’, and this is what we want to encourage as we work towards the country becoming a ‘country of knowledge’,” Modi said at the launch of a new website on Tuesday.

This “Indo-Literate India” website has been launched to promote the idea and aims to empower the next wave of Indian students to become the next generations of innovators.