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    N. S. Venkataraman

    N. S. Venkataraman is a trustee with the "Nandini Voice for the Deprived," a not-for-profit organization that aims to highlight the problems of downtrodden and deprived people and support their cause.

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  • WHY  WOMEN  ABUSE  IN  INDIA  NOW  FREQUENTLY   REPORTED?0

    by N.S. Venkataraman      5 October 2020 The recent assault and abuse of a poor and innocent woman in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh has justifiably raised nationwide concern and condemnation.  Obviously, such a reaction implies that the basic value system in Indian society is sound and is intact, as the indignation expressed and frustration feeling

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  • COUNTERPRODUCTIVE   REACTIONS   TO  FARMERS  BILL: A CASE STUDY OF TREND IN INDIA0

        by N.S.Venkataraman       18 September 2020 Every time a  government introduces any new reform measures after exhaustive study to improve governance in India, it has become the practice for the opposition parties and sections of NGOs and activists to oppose it.  This is happening now and it has also happened earlier when

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  • Why can the world not protect climate without checking population growth?0

    by NS Venkatraman 16 November 2019 A well-researched study has been conducted about the linkages between global population growth and climate hazard. The research has been done by Nandini Consultancy Centre, a firm of chemical engineers based in Chennai and Singapore (www.nandinichemical/com). The study report urges the UNO to recognize the inadequacies of the decisions

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  • INDIAN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION – WHY HAS IT BECOME PRESIDENTIAL LIKE?0

    N.S.Venkataraman 29 April 2019 Several observers, journalists and critics of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have been pointing out that the ongoing Indian parliament election looks like Presidential election, focusing on one man and not the election of people’s representatives as intended in the Indian parliamentary system. They have been blaming Mr. Narendra Modi for

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  • HATE PLASTIC CAMPAIGN NECESSARY?0

    In recent years, around the world, the vigorous and noisy anti-plastic campaign by the so-called environmentalists and activists to stop using plastics for short term and long term need have been gaining strength, backed by the media campaign. The campaign against plastics has now virtually descended to a hate plastic campaign, making innocent people think

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  • TYRANNY OF TRADE UNION LEADERSHIP IN INDIA1

    N.S.Venkataraman 8 January 2019 Ever since the great revolutionary and philosopher Karl Marx gave his clarion call to the workers around the world a few centuries back, that the workers had nothing to lose except the chain, the world trade union movement was virtually established. Since then, the workers by their consistent struggle and by

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  • ARE FARMERS’ AGITATION IN INDIA JUSTIFIED?0

    by N.S. Venkataraman          5 October 2018 Indian Agriculture sector employs more than 50% of the total workforce in India and contributes 17 to 18 % of the country’s GDP. 70 percent of its rural households still depends primarily on agriculture for their survival. India has been witnessing repeated scenes of thousands

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  • CHINA’S STRANGE OFFER TO MEDIATE BETWEEN INDIA AND PAKISTAN0

    by N.S. Venkataraman    24 August 2018   Like devil quoting scripture, China has said that it hopes that India and Pakistan can jointly stay committed to regional peace and development. Many would wonder as to whether China has the credentials to make such statement and observation, since China disputes with several neighbouring countries like

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  • IS THE PROPOSAL TO SEND INDIAN IN SPACE IN 2022 WORTHWHILE?0

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement during his Independence Day speech about his proposal to send Indian (man or woman) in space in 2022 has caught everyone by surprise. Even the space scientists in India reacted with caution and said that it would be a tough exercise and target, though the scientists announced that they would

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  • TAMIL NADU IN INDIA PAYING HIGH PRICE DUE TO POOR WATER GOVERNANCE0

    by N.S. Venkataraman      13 August 2018 Now, Tamil Nadu is facing an awkward and embarrassing situation,  as millions of cusecs of Cauvery water is now being let into the sea due to want of storage capacity. This is not the first time in recent years that such awkward and unacceptable situation has arisen

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  • INDIA FORGING AHEAD UNDER MODI’S STEWARDSHIP IN SPITE OF CONSTRAINTS0

    by N.S. Venkataraman    5 August 2018 Last four years plus in India with Mr. Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister has been an eventful and exciting period. One of the senior members of Mr. Modi’s party described him as an event manager before Mr. Modi became the Prime Minister. While Mr. Modi proved this

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  • SHOULD COURT INTERFERE IN INDIA’S SABARIMALA TEMPLE REGULATION?0

    by N.S. Venkataraman        30 July 2018 Sabarimala temple in Kerala is one of the holiest of the temples in India, where lakhs of Hindus from all over India and abroad visit the temple during specific period every year. What is particularly noteworthy is that the devotees observe the strict code of conduct

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  • CAN IMRAN KHAN LEAD PAKISTAN TO GLORY?0

    by N.S. Venkataraman        27 July 2018 Not many were surprised when Imran Khan’s party emerged as the single largest party in the general election in Pakistan. While his adversaries and critics say that his victory was due to the support that he enjoyed from Pakistan army, the discerning observers would view such

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  • WHY NOT BE POLLUTION CONTROL BOARDS MADE AUTONOMOUS BODIES IN INDIA?0

      by N.S. Venkataraman       4/7/2018 The recent decision of Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board to shut down the Sterlite Copper project in Tuticorin and seal the facilities have been widely reported and discussed all over India and abroad. Tamil Nadu government has repeatedly said that the unit would not be allowed to function

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