That is the title of an article by Adarsh Sandhu that appears in the Science Careers section of the journal Science.
With views from Indian scientists, the article describes several initiatives and funding opportunities that are now in place to foster research and advances in science. For instance,
"The government is going to inject $5 billion into science and technology over the next five years," says C.N.R. Rao.Ways to spend it? In the section about developing new research areas, the article mentions
The new funding policy will advance India’s prowess in [...] space, energy, and the life sciences as well as important research areas in physics, materials science, and atmospheric science. Planned missions to Mars and a neutrino observatory will receive financial support under the new framework.Enticing 'foreign Indians' to return, expanding facilities and infrastructure, increasing career opportunities, growing talent early...the article pretty much covers every essential aspect of advancing science in India. It ends with a quote from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh "One has to be optimistic. (...), unless one is optimistic, one is overwhelmed by the dimension of the development task that we have to accomplish."
[also] role of innovation in targeted technological industries [contributing to] renewed excitement among India’s scientists. Energy is one of those strategic sectors...
A good read, for regular Science Magazine readers.