Sudhirendar Sharma

A primitive national policy

What might be considered 'primitive' by the enlightened may not be a state of backwardness. Tribal knowledge-systems need not conform to 'mainstream' development notions.

May 10, 2004

Notorious fizz

The multinational colas swamp the public consciousness with their advertising blitz, but a parliamentary committee has been doing its job in India.

Mar 13, 2004

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