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Doctors: divine messiahs or Merchants of death? (Sept 2006)
The first and most important responsibility of a civilized society towards its citizens is that of giving them a good health system (followed by education, employment and judiciary, in order to make a good democracy), that too in a...
How not to add to the misery of our children (Aug 2006)
1.2 million Children under 5 years die from malnutrition every year in India. Malnutrition affects nearly 50% of children under 5...
Students against corruption & kickbacks : sack (Jun 2006)
217 years ago, in 1789, French Revolutionaries revolted against injustice of feudalism and called for Liberty, Fraternity & Equality. This resulted in a kind of socio-economic equality in Europe, which prevails till date...
Humanizing The Budget… 2006 onwards (Feb 2006)
The Planning Commission was never given statutory status, though, the Prime Minister was always the Chairman of the Commission and its executive head, designated as the Vice Chairman, was given the rank of the Cabinet Minister.
Why IIPM's Course Is superior to other MBAs? (January 2006)
Though Capitalism has contributed to tremendous growth of productivity, has enriched material life of man, has expanded scope of freedom, yet it has not meant abolition of war, poverty and perversion.
Systemic Failure : Nexus between netas and naukars(Sep 2005)
The most populous democracy on earth is characterized by the absence of a single democratic party! Though the Election Commission exists for more than 50 years, there is no evidence to prove that the Election Commission has thought about removing this 'most glaring' deficiency in the system...
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