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State of minorities in West Bengal poor: FM Arun Jaitley
Times of India

State of minorities in West Bengal poor: FM Arun Jaitley

Jaitley seized upon a report on "Living Realities of Muslims in Bengal" by Nobel laureate Amartya Sen to argue that the state's economic model could not lift all sections of the society. Times of India, 2 months ago
Jaitley to leave for Australia on March... The Echo Of India, 2 months ago
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Amartya Sen's book, The Country of the First Boys : A review

In his latest book, The Country of the First Boys, Nobel Laureate Professor Amartya Sen explored the different opportunities that the favoured boys get as compared to the meagre opportunities that the underprivileged girls get in the Indian society.
 Sangai Express2 months ago

Save Humanity And The Biosphere Through Zero Tolerance For Deadly Neoliberalism And Remorseless Neoliberals

Countercurrents.org Greed-driven neoliberalism is currently the dominant economic philosophy globally but has driven Humanity to the edge a catastrophic 2 degree Centigrade temperature rise is now essentially inevitable, 17 million people die ...
 Counter Currents2 weeks ago
NDTV

PMO counters criticism on 'rehashed' schemes under PM Narendra Modi's government

NEW DELHI: With NDA Government facing criticism of "rehashing" schemes, a top PMO official said no idea is entirely new and its origin can be traced in old ones but what distinguishes it is how effectively a programme is applied to a particular ...
 Economic Times1 day ago PMO counters criticism on rehashed schemes under Modi Govt  Daily Excelsior.com1 day ago Bureaucrat Counters Criticism On 'Rehashed' Schemes Under Modi Government  NDTV1 day ago PMO counters criticism on rehashed schemes under Modi Govt  Daily Excelsior.com1 day ago
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Unpunished Ongoing Mass Murder By Australian And US Alliance State Terrorists Versus Life Imprisonment For Planning To Be A Jihadi

Countercurrents.org Five allegedly jihadi Australians have been charged with making preparations for incursions into foreign countries to engage in hostile activities, an offence carrying punishment of life imprisonment. In contrast, successive ...
 Counter Currents1 week ago
The Express Tribune

The need for a disclosure law

Layers of secrec­y not only concea­l names of benefi­ciarie­s, jurisd­iction­al comple­xities also make inquir­y diffic­ult The writer is an author and a former interior secretary. He teaches at the Lahore University of Management ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

LMG two blaze Harvard trail

VEDIKA KHEMANI As a toddler, she was fascinated by science museums. As a student of Class IV, she had already made up her mind to specialise in either physics or mathematics. As a teenager, she would hunt for answers to her inquisitiveness in the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

This Is Where The Jobs Are!

Countercurrents.org Diminshing Employment opportunities There is a popular story about a journalist being taken around a modern process industry that is fully automated. The factory owner proudly announces that whole process is untouched by human ...
 Counter Currents2 weeks ago
Economy Watch

Is South Africa's Courts' Scrutiny of Government Spending Meddling?

South Africa's Bill of Rights enshrines a number of socioeconomic rights. These are crucial for creating an equal society and include the rights of access to healthcare services, sufficient food and water, social assistance and adequate housing.
 Economy Watch2 weeks ago How to help courts play their part in balancing government spending  Makamba Online2 weeks ago
International Business Times

United Nations International Day of Happiness Founder celebrates 30th Anniversary of Institute for Global Leadership

/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- United Nations International Day of Happiness Founder Jayme Illien is in Cambridge, Massachusetts to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Institute for Global Leadership at Tufts University honoring IGL's Founder and ...
 4 Traders3 weeks ago
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