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Some do-gooders may end up undermining the Right to Information Act, finds Sucheta Dalal
MoneyLIFE started this section by pointing out how the Right to Information (RTI) Act has been one of “the most empowering tools handed to socially-conscious Indians in over half a century since independence”. Among the 40,000 odd applications filed under the Act, there have been enough of dramatic...
Sucheta Dalal on Dignity Foundation’s stellar work among senior citizens
Sometime in the early 1990s, when I was at the Times of India, Mumbai, I used to hear an animated discussion in the next cubicle about plans for the first ever magazine for senior citizens between my colleague Vithal Nadkarni and a lady who was the moving force behind the plan. I was briefly introduced to Dr. Sheilu...
US-based Raj Gilda profiles Vigyan Ashram and how its vocational training is giving direction to several lives
India is on the path of economic liberalisation and growth, but this process of change will simply bypass over 24 million unemployed youngsters who live in our villages. This may eventually begin to tear the fabric of civil society. “Vigyan Ashram” (“student’s home for learning...