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MDG Report 2014: India among worst performers in poverty reduction, maternal death and sanitation

Author(s): Moushumi Sharma  Date:Jul 9, 2014 Report shows good progress in areas like poverty alleviation and access to clean water and controlling diseases like TB, Malaria Some MDG targets, such as increasing access to sanitation and reducing child and maternal mortality… Continue Reading →

#India – Sealing the Victory of the Corporate Sector

Vol – XLIX No. 24, June 14, 2014 | Amiya Kumar Bagchi On 13 May 2014, just a few days before the election results were announced, the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government – a government that was expected to lose its mandate… Continue Reading →

#SundayReading – To be or not to be is no longer the question- we have ‘be’en “modi-fied”

  Guest Post by – Anwesha Dutta Anwesha is a PhD candidate at the Dept. of Anthropology, University of Tuebingen, Germany and before that she  completed her  MSW in Dalit and Tribal Social Work from TISS,Mumbai.  Her area of work… Continue Reading →

How Narendra Modi can benefit from the Gujarati ethic

What makes Gujaratis so successful? Aakar Patel  Zaveri Bazaar, Mumbai, is the mainstay of Gujarati jewellers. Photo: Saurabh Das/AP What makes Gujaratis so successful? If we look at the Forbes list of billionaires in India, about half are originally of Gujarati and… Continue Reading →

#NaMo False God Of Development #Feku

The BJP’s politics stands in contrast to Modi’s claims of caste emancipation RAM PUNIYANI 2014-05-03 , Issue 18 Volume 11 Of the several books authored by former journalist and BJP politician Arun Shourie, Worshipping False Godsis an insight into the Right’s view on BR… Continue Reading →

Gujarat- The Unholy War – Documentary

Three civil society groups decline to screen Gopal Menon’s film after the Ahmedabad police interrupted a showing this week. by Sumana Ramanan Film maker Gopal Menon cannot find a venue in Ahmedabad to screen his latest film Unholy War, about both… Continue Reading →

Gujarat, Just Another Smelly, Dusty,Congested State

By SANJAY AUSTA Wed Apr 16, 2014 Has Gujarat , the most western lying Indian state finally fallen off India’s map to sit at the high table of developed nations in the West? It would seem so if you go… Continue Reading →

Gujarati Muslim Can Forget Godhra, But What About These Economic Figures?

By Sanjeev Kumar 15 April, 2014 Countercurrents.org If not Modi, then at least some of his supporters have been finally coming out with increasing number in order to peruse secular voters of this country, either to set aside or forgive… Continue Reading →

मोदी के गुजरात मॉडल का ‘गड़बड़झाला’ #NaMo #Feku #NOMOre_2014

अर्थशास्त्री, बीबीसी हिंदी डॉटकॉम के लिए    सोमवार, 14 अप्रैल, 2014 को 10:38 IST तक के समाचार राजनीतिक गहमागहमी में देश जब मतदान-केंद्रों की तरफ बढ़ चला है तो ठोस तथ्यों और तर्कों से होने वाले जांच-परख की एक तरह… Continue Reading →

Gujarat growth declined, poverty increased under Modi #Feku #NOMOre_2014

Anahita Mukherji | TNN Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi has based his pitch for the prime minister’s job on the state’s performance since he has been at its helm, but that theory has been widely disputed. Now Hemantkumar Shah, an… Continue Reading →

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