If I were to list “favourites” in any field, I would never be able to pick one. Why? Because I don’t have any favourites. There are so many amazing ideas in the world that to commend one and discard the rest seems utter nonsense. 603 more words
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Monsanto connected to at least 200,000 suicides in India throughout past decade.
(NaturalNews) When India’s seed economy was forced by the World Bank to become globalized in the late 1990s, economic conditions within the nation’s agricultural sector almost immediately took a nosedive for the worst. 756 more words
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This talk with P Sainath is good to recollect in light of the current Katju vs. Media debates.
Palagummi Sainath (1957-), the 2007 winner of the Ramon Magsaysay award for journalism, literature, and creative communications arts, is an award winning Indian development journalist – a term he himself avoids, instead preferring to call himself a ‘rural reporter’ or simply ‘reporter’ – and photojournalist focusing on social problems, rural affairs, poverty and the aftermaths of Globalization in India. 87 more words