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  • INDIRA HIRWAY Across the country, unless adequate jobs are created for the large labour force, the frustration of the youth is not likely to be contained. In Gujarat, the Patels or Patidars, who constitute about 15 per cent of the State’s population, are an economically and politically dominant upper caste. As successful farmers, as small and big industrialists, as traders as...
    Thiagarajan Arunachalam Aug 31
  • After the unveiling last week by Union Urban Development Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu of the government’s list of 98 cities that it wants developed as smart cities, companies ranging from “smart” energy management firms to surveillance equipment providers have typically welcomed the “great clarity and focus for industry players to engage with the cities’ administration...
    Thiagarajan Arunachalam Aug 31
  • ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Parimal Merchant parimal.merchant@^$1 [karmayog] < karmayog@^$2 > Date: Sun, Aug 30, 2015 at 10:46 AM Subject: [karmayog] National Essay Competition To: karmayog@^$3 Dear Karmayog I am delighted to inform you that as a member of World Center for Humanist Studies, I am associated with organizing a National Essay Competition for schools...
    Thiagarajan Arunachalam Aug 31
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  • V Raghunathan http://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Outraged/the-patel-agitation-and-the-strange-pride-in-backwardness/ Nowhere, but nowhere in the world, except in our country, would you be able to lead half a million prosperous landowners on the promise of having them declared backward. This is exactly what the Patels in Gujarat have been brainwashed into doing by a twenty...
    Thiagarajan Arunachalam Aug 27
  • ANURADHA SHYAM http://www.thehindu.com/features/education/a-journey-of-introspection/article7092932.ece She was seeing her life through new eyes. An open heart is perhaps accepting who we are, with all our strengths and weaknesses. Many years ago, a meeting with an extraordinary woman was an experience in looking at the world and life through new eyes. We met on a bus journey and...
    Thiagarajan Arunachalam Aug 27
  • Prof. Ganesh P Bagaria After the completion of his M Tech at IITK, he joined at HBTI. He continued with his search for answers relating to problems in self and in society which began when he was in second year of his B.Tech. He took to Vipassana as a rigorous process of self-exploration alongwith participating in social movements of the time. He went to work with the farmers in...
    Thiagarajan Arunachalam Aug 27
  • These 4 young people are flexing their youth power and changing the world. Watch out. A special Upworthy series about global health and poverty, made possible by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Read more , then check out more in All 7 Billion . By Morgan Shoaff . Young people: short in years, long in boldness. While grown-ups are busy trying to cut back on coffee and file...
    Thiagarajan Arunachalam Aug 27
  • When He Could Not Afford To Repair His Roof, He Invented A Foot Operated Tile Making Machine! A lot of energy and time is spent in the tile-making process. What makes it worse is that the effort, energy and time consumed is far more than the outcome. Sukhranjan Mistry thought to solve this issue and invented a machine that could help tile makers prepare 300 tiles in a day. That too...
    Thiagarajan Arunachalam Aug 27
  • eVidyaloka Armed with finger puppets and a bubble gun – this is how people at Pallium India’s facility in Thiruvananthapuram treat children with life-limiting or disabling diseases. Here is a look into the heart-breaking but beautiful world of palliative care for children there. O n a Thursday in July, we got into a car and drove from the Pallium India headquarters at the...
    Thiagarajan Arunachalam Aug 27
  • There Is a Sanitary Hygiene Revolution Taking Place in UP Right Now. Alka Pande Menstruation is still considered a taboo in many parts of the country. While many still do not prefer to talk about this “problem”, girls in UP are coming forward to not only talk about it but also to spread awareness about low cost sanitary napkins. “Y ou all have become shameless as you can talk...
    Thiagarajan Arunachalam Aug 26