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THE EMERGING HOPE – BLEAK, YET THERE

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THE EMERGING HOPE – BLEAK, YET THERE

  By Alankrita Anand (PR Co-ordinator)     One thinks of Afghanistan- the country ‘ravaged’ by war, one thinks of its women, a lot deprived of much. While thinking of the majority, we forget that there is a Sima Samar, that there is a Khatol Mohammadzai, that there is a Shahr Bono; these are women [...]

Food for Thought?

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Food for Thought?

By Drushti Joshi (Achievers Editor)     The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) recognises the Right to Food; as does The Universal Declaration of Human  Rights; as does the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights as well as The Right to Food and Access to Natural Resources for Food. Sixty years [...]

Battling the Attendance Blues

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Battling the Attendance Blues

UNMUKT CHAND – this name wasn’t known to many until this 19 year from Delhi did the nation proud by leading the U-19 WORLD CUP team to a glorious victory and scoring a brilliant century in the crucial final game. The nation not only celebrated the coming home of the world cup, but also the [...]

Whose White House is it Anyway?

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Whose White House is it Anyway?

By Anushka Kaushik (Associate Editor)       As the countdown begins for the presidential elections in USA; the anxiety, the exhilaration and the sheer anticipation is palpable even from the secret headquarters of The Saltlist at New Delhi. It’s the definitive battle; the battle between the Lawyer and the Businessman; between the Donkey and [...]

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