Bangalore, Nov 28 (UNI) Expressing concern over the brazen attack by terrorists in Mumbai, the financial capital of India, in which over 125 people were killed and another 300 injured, Infosys Technologies Co-Chairman Nandan Nilekani said it was the 'most horrific tragedy seen by India.' Speaking to newspersons after releasing his book 'Imagining India: Ideas for the New Century' at Reliance Times Out outlet here today, Mr Nilekani said, ''It is very disturbing to see that solution is not that simple to find.''' Expressing deep regret over the loss of several lives and injuries caused to those inside the hotel, when heavily armed terrorists struck , Mr Nilekani said, ''It is a part of challenge which we have to deal with.'' On his book, Mr Nilekani said the driving force to pen the book was India, which boasted of having both, the sophisticated corporate companies and also the largest slums in the world.
''My quest to find answer for this, resulted in this book, which deals with huge pool of Human Resources, Primary Education.
Infrastructure, Urbanisation, Single Market, Reforms, Healthcare Employment and other related matters,'' he said.
Opining 'reforms,' ushered in India in the recent past had opened up opportunities to the educated masses, he said, ''Reforms are nothing but providing access to wide range of opportunities.'' Stating there was a need for repositioning the process of reforms Mr Nilekani said it would help provide more opportunities to the country to march forward.
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