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India – Swaraj Pvt. Ltd.

Jun 25, 2014 Vandana Shiva Corporate rule violates the principles of swaraj, sovereignty and self-rule. In the name of removing hunger and poverty, it pushes us deeper into poverty. Swaraj, freedom, was one of the most frequently used terms in… 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 →

#India – So Who Has Won the Election ?

MAY 16, 2014 by Aditya Nigam, kafila,org The sweep is certainly breathtaking. Way beyond what most surveys and exit polls predicted. To be sure, our commitment to the democratic spirit demands that we recognize the mandate for what it is –… Continue Reading →

Gujarat’s ‘Development’: Not for ‘Chaiwalas’, But for the Corporate Sector #Namo # Feku

January 29, 2014 by rupeindia – by Yogi Aggarwal Narendra Modi constantly refers to himself as a ‘chaiwala’ (tea vendor), in order to get common people to identify with him, rather than with the elitist Congress party. But is his economic… Continue Reading →

#Budget2014 – Finance Ministry committed to concerns of corporate sector

    18 Feb, 2014, ET Aruna Roy & Nikhil Dey (Social Activists)  Far from being an election year special, this year’s Interim Budget is a marked shift from the UPA II’s stated ideal of growth with a human face. This… Continue Reading →

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