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Everybody Loves a Good Drought Stories from India's Poorest DistrictsThe efforts often ludicrous to do something for them The people who figure in this book typify the lives and aspirations of a large section of Indian society and their stories present us with the true face of developmen. The first thing that struck me after finishing the book was that there was a time in India when a newspaper like Times of India could hire someone like Sainath and give him a free hand over his own reportage Although the book was compiled in the early 1990s and the wide ranging effects of the economic reforms of 1991 had not yet been understood fully Sainath brilliantly indicates the possibilities in case the reform is not handled with utmost care To a conscientious reader who belongs to the so called middle class of India a misplaced term in itself since it mostly denotes the top 10 percentile of the income band all chapters in the book will be hugely embarrassing In Sainath's writing rhetoric is conspicuous by its absence it is almost like he is covering an India where people have skeletons and no fat Sainath not only raises pertinent uestions but also shows how most times 'bureaucratic procedure' is the poor man's greatest enemy In my view this book is a must read for all aspiring journalists and public servants

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Everybody Loves a Good Drought Stories from India's Poorest Districts Download ↠ 107 Ã The human face of povertyThe poor in India are too often reduced to statistics In the dry language of development reports and economic projections the true misery of the 312 million who live below the poverty The human face of povertyThe poor in India are too often reduced to statistics In the dry language of development reports and economic projections the true misery of the 312 million who live below the poverty line or the. In this countryTo read this book is a privilegeTo read this book written in English is a privilegeTo buy this book is a privilegeTo read this book at night under lights is a privilegeTo read this book in my home is a privilegeTo read this book in my own room is a privilegeTo discuss this book on an online forum is a privilegeTo express angry opinions regarding some articles in this book is a privilegeTo drink water after is a privilegeTo snack while reading is a privilegeAnd it goes onThe extent to which us urban dwellers are privileged is something those who lack basic resources and infrastructures cannot fathom

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26 million displaced by various projects or the 13 million who suffer from tuberculosis gets overlooked In this thoroughly researched study of the poorest of the poor we get to see how they manage what sustains them and. Development is the strategy of evasion When you can't give people land reform give them hybrid cows When you can't send the children to school try non formal education When you can't provide basic health to people talk of health insurance Can't give them jobs Not to worry Just redefine the words 'employment opportunities' Don't want to do away with using children as a form of slave labour Never mind Talk of 'improving the conditions of child labour' It sounds good You can even make money out of it