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By Team Folks On Thursday, April 26th, 2012
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Democracy in India: First Fifty Years (Part 1)

The evolution of Indian democracy in the first fifty years as seen from two perspectives— social and political. National parties have yielded to Mandalized politics leading to the rise of regional parties. Navaratna More...

Fuel poverty - an elderly woman tried to warm herself
By Team Folks On Friday, March 16th, 2012

Over 4 million households in England living in fuel poverty: Report

London, UNITED KINGDOM – The number of people in England living in fuel poverty is expected to rise sharply to 8.5 million by 2016, compared with 7.2 million people in 2009, a new government review published More...

By Team Folks On Thursday, January 26th, 2012

India must emphasize excellence to reverse slide

“Indians are slipping badly in crucial fields like science and mathematics. This is the result of pandering to weakness instead of encouraging excellence. India needs achievers as leaders and role models, More...

By Team Folks On Saturday, October 3rd, 2009

Fast and slow tracks

Do we walk? Do we drive? Couldn’t there be a space for both? Shana Maria Varghese looks at some ideas at the recent Habitat Summit for Alternative Urban Futures for India Some years ago when book publisher Katha More...

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