We have noticed India reputation has rapidly re-emerged on the international landscape since the general elections in May 2014.The largest democracy has put forward Mr Modi to lead the government .Since ,then have seen an hopeful Economic growth started to accelerate despite a broader slowdown in global growth. The government’s initial estimates for Fiscal Year 2014 (ending 31 March 2015) show that economic growth accelerated to 7.4% .These indications suggest that India is in the early stages of a major economic inflection point driven by a strong g push for structural reforms by the new government led by Narendra Modi.
According to reports ,For the first time since 1999, India will outgrow China and its BRIC peers with a GDP growth of 7.5% this calendar year and the next, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) projections released earlier showed.India’s reputation globally has improved greatly while that of its neighbours – China and Pakistan has nosedived in the eyes of the world.India is ranked 33rd among 55 countries as far as its reputation perceived by people from across the world is concerned. Its reputation has increased by 7.4%.Pakistan and China on the other hand is among the bottom 10 countries. China is ranked 46th while Pakistan is ranked 53rd in the world reputation rankings – two ranks higher that the two worst countries – Iran (54) and Iraq (55).
When it came to internal perception rankings, India is ranked 4th – just below Australia, Canada and Russia. India’s self image score was nearly 82.Interestingly, Indians themselves think very highly of their own country.Crimea annexation and the Ukrainian crisis are costing Russia its reputation, worsening its downward trend as Russia is ranked 52nd.Canada, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden and Australia are the best perceived countries among the population of the most relevant economies of the world.Latin American countries still maintain a growth path headed by Colombia. On the other hand, Brazil’s reputation fell as a consequence of institutional and economic crisis.