How I wish to redefine nationalism through sports

I was born in October 1987 in Gwalior, India. By the virtue of my birth year I am considered to be a millennial. Growing up in India in the early 1990’s was fascinating. Dr. Manmohan Singh, a great economist and former prime-minister of India, had just made some landmark economic policy changes in the country. In 1991, India had liberalized its economy and entered the world of free global trade. This move of the government made us a part of the globalization movement. The world became smaller, immigration was easier, economy grew and the world around also became friendlier.

(Image Credit: Google Images, http://indiabefore91.in/1991-economic-reforms) In 1991, the then Finance Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh shaking hands with former Prime Minister of India, P.V. Narasimha Rao.

 

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