Power Corridors (PC), as the name suggests, is about realpolitik—what is happening in the quarters that matter, how and why it is happening, the statics and dynamics of the affairs of the state. Yet, PC is not confined to power politics; it goes beyond the vicissitudes of Lutyen's Delhi. It also features the most important developments in the economy, society, culture, cinema—in life in general.
It is a general magazine, but it offers insights that would be the envy of specialist publications and academic journals. For PC, which is published by the Interactive Forum on Indian Economy, not only highlights the issues of the day but also throws up what ought to be the subjects that the country should be debating about. It reports about the plans, strategies, and agendas of politicians and others; it also sets the agenda for the nation.
The views expressed in PC are often controversial, but they are never outlandish or irrelevant. Many people disagree with such views, but then that is the essence of democracy, indeed of civilization. It is with the dialectic, discussion, and debate that mankind progresses. PC strives and endeavors to enrich public discourse in not just in our country but the entire world.
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