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New Internationalist 331 Jan / Feb 2001 The India kaleidoscope has charmed the world for centuries. A ... carts. Indians leapt for joy when Bill Gates dubbed India an IT superpower. And for the 250 million who make up the middle class, India is definitely the place to be. But while the new ...

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Tariq Thekaekara India’s spectacular economic growth is the talk of the town ... about distribution?’ Nobel laureate Amartya Sen tells us India lags behind Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in health and malnutrition statistics, and that the poorest in India are on a par with sub-Saharan Africa. But India’s ...
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new internationalist issue 205 - March 1990 India India presents a bazaar of images. In my home town of Indore, ... draped with the bodies of the sleeping poor at night. India's contradictions are well-known. For a country which ...
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new internationalist 98 April 1981 CULTURE Country profile: India COUNTRY PROFILE India Leader : Prime Minister Indira Gandhi Economy : GNP is ... from World Development Report, World Bank 1980 0NLY India, whose riches of art, thought and sheer human potential ...
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... Ramrati, a poor construction worker from Kanpur in north India. ‘What does it have to do with me? All I’m ... Land is central. Yet women often, and most women in India certainly, have no right to land. These two things, ... women have little to do with how it is formulated. In India after 1947, laws were made to men’s advantage; it was ...
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... spend time taking in the artwork and sculptures in some of India’s temples you could be forgiven for believing ... reprimand). It wasn’t until the British moved into India that homosexuals and hijras alike were threatened with ... on the subcontinent. The world was changing and this time India was changing with it. Greater awareness But with the ...
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... The answer is a little-known industrial power called India. What is more, Indian companies are lifting these ... expanding railway system was recently awarded to Rail-India. While to the industrialised world India is just another developing country, the Third World is ...
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... Hiding behind women to safeguard against being named in India’s second #MeToo moment, which has seen women, ... against rich, powerful and influential male figures. In India, which topped a global survey in June for being the ...

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