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Fighting A Pandemic With Participatory Governance

For effectively handling the pandemic, the Indian state of Kerala has garnered widespread attention across the world. For a small state, what makes such a successful control over the pandemic possible has to do with its people-centric policies and the role of participatory governance, where there is a strong public sector at disposal. Column: ‘Other […]
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Unmasking the Masked Economy

What the economic fallout from coronavirus could look like & proposed action plan INDIA (Finance) – The economic impact of the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic in India has been largely disruptive. The World Bank & other credit rating agencies have already downgraded India’s growth for fiscal year 2021 with a prediction of lowest figures India might […]
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International Dawn Anti-Malaria Alliance (IDAMA)

(Brussels) – We are very pleased to announce today, April 25th, 2020, World Malaria Day, the launch of International Dawn Anti-Malaria Alliance (IDAMA). IDAMA has been formed with the specific central objective of fighting Malaria. Our motivation and focus are based on one simple statistic: every two minutes a child dies of malaria somewhere in […]
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My First AICC Session

A Blast from the Past M. P. Joseph IAS (KL 78 Fmr)Former Indian and UN Civil Servant I attended my first All India Congress Committee (AICC) Session two years ago. It was the 84th Session of the All India Congress Committee. While it was for me my first ever AICC Session, it was for Rahul […]
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Book review: My Driver Tulong by M P Joseph

In his first fictionalized travelogue, M P Joseph, a former UN and Indian Civil Servant, from Kerala, the coastal state in the south-western corner of India, encapsulates his adventurous years when his professional life took him to the land of Angkor Wat, Cambodia. In his maiden book, ‘My Driver Tulong and Other Tall Tales from a Post […]
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We Need A Much Stronger Public Sector, Says Subin Dennis

Article by Yadul Krishna In the Washington DC based Radio Sputnik show, ‘By Any Means Necessary’, Subin Dennis, economist and researcher at the Tricontinental Institute for Social Research, speaks to Sean Blackmon and Jaqcuie Luqman about the failure of capitalism in saving people’s lives and why a strong public sector and a state-interventionist strategy is […]
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“We don’t rescue animals, they rescue us!”

The heartwarming story of Kiran & Nithya The Featured Couple British Herald interviewed Kiran Prakash and Nithya to hear their heartwarming story of adding to their family, rescuing fur babies- big and small! While Nithya was always surrounded by animals growing up, Kiran took a while to understand his love for them. But at the […]