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How a ship container solved the toilet problem in a TN village
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How a ship container solved the toilet problem in a TN village

A used shipping container transforms the lives of women in a remote Tamil Nadu village. Shobha Warrier/Rediff.com reports. 'For the first time in our lives, we bathe before we head to school; that too, in a bathroom that has doors. We are as clean as the other children in our school. I cannot explain how difficult it was for us to bathe and relieve ourselves till now. Today, there are no words that suffice to express our happiness,' says a beaming schoolgirl, Sheela. 'Nobody who hasn't ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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'Mudra Bank will change the way India is functioning'

IIM-B, professor R Vaidyanathan talks to Shobha Warrier about black money, Mudra Bank and
 INooz1 week ago
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'If you wish to start an IT company, India is the best place to be in'

Anand Chandrasekharan, CTO of Mad Street Den tells Shobha Warrier of Rediff. com that he wants to
 INooz2 weeks ago
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Budget 2015: What we need now are difficult decisions

In an interview with Shobha Warrier/Rediff. com, he talks about the economic policies of the
 INooz1 month ago
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'You can be from a village but if your idea is good, it will take off'

Start-ups in the information technology domain are quite common these days. But three young entrepreneurs have ventured into a comparatively lesser known area of food: snacks.  Arul Murugan, co-founder, Chloroplast Foods, tells Shobha Warrier/Rediff.com, how he is bootstrapping his start-up. Photographs: Sreeram Selvaraj/Rediff.com Two of them studied at the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University in Coimbatore and shared a hostel room. "There were only two choices before us: join the civil ...
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'Hinduism should not lose its USP, and that is tolerance'

'If science is questioning, religion is also equally questioning. That is what Hinduism is' 'In Sanatana Dharma, there is only questioning' 'But today, if you question a religion, you are called communalist' 28-year-old Dushyant Sridhar, an engineer by day and a Upanyasakar by night, speaks to Shobha Warrier/Rediff.com.   Photographs: Sriram Selvaraj/Rediff.com Meet Dushyant Sridhar, 28, a Jekyl and Hyde character. During the day, he is a techie in jeans and T-shirt working for Tata ...
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Is this our great culture? A culture that treats a woman like dirt?

'It is nauseating to hear jingoists shout that this is a country that worships women as Goddesses. Leave Goddesses aside, do you treat women as human beings here,' asks Shobha Warrier. India's daughter dies brutally again. She has been silenced cruelly; this time not by a rapist, but by the State. Along with her, a bereaved father and mother are also silenced, with nobody to hear their sad tale and nobody to stanch the tears of a mother in agony. The very day the film India's Daughter was ...
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'If my politics is Leftist, it doesn't mean I am a Maoist'

'Is it a crime to be inspired by the Left ideology? Why can't I read a book on Marxist philosophy? Is it banned in India?' activist Jolly Chirayath asks Shobha Warrier. After living in the United Arab Emirates for over 20 years, Jolly Chirayath returned to Kerala four years ago and became a human rights activist and the convenor of Stree Koottayma, an organisation for women.From an unknown activist, she has been catapulted into a woman of prominence, thanks to the Kerala Police.She has been ...
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'It's a big bad world out there. You can't trust anyone'

'We need to understand that the perpetrators are right within us; they are not like the terrorists who come from outside.' 'The four year old who was raped in Bengaluru and the 20 year old who was gang-raped in Hyderabad should be our wake up call,' Dr Sunita Krishnan tells Shobha Warrier/Rediff.comEven before we met, Dr Sunita Krishnan had warned me that she would stop the interview and run if she received a call to rescue a girl. After all, the only mission in her life is to rescue girls from ...
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'For 8 pc growth India must invest in education, healthcare and environment'

'If you want manufacturing to flourish and if you are aiming at sustainable growth, high school education is a must' 'The highest turnover from economic investment comes when you invest in younger people' Image: People who are engaged in manufacturing also need educated workers, says Tarun Jain. Photograph: Reuters. Investment by the government in secondary schools is very important for the economic growth of the country, said Tarun Jain (bottom, left), assistant professor of economics at the ...
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