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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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  • WHAT MOST INDIANS EXPECT FROM MR. MODI BEFORE 2019 ELECTIONS?0

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    • February 15, 2018

    by N.S. Venkataraman Ever since Mr. Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India, the opposition political parties, section of non governmental organizations who receive substantial aid from abroad in various forms and section of so-called intellectuals have been criticizing all activities of Modi government and they have been getting considerable support and publicity from

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  • CAN INDIA PREVENT MALDIVES FROM GOING UNDER CHINA’S CONTROL?0

    by N.S.Venkataraman   15/2/2018 The present disturbed condition in the Maldives has made some people including opposition parties in the Maldives say that India’s military intervention is necessary. It is now becoming increasingly clear that Pakistan and its friend China think that war in one form or the other, in cold form or hot form, is desirable

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  • TIBETANS SHOULD NEVER RECONCILE THEMSELVES TO TIBET UNDER CHINA0

    • Blog
    • December 16, 2017

    His Holiness the Dalai Lama, who is much respected by the Tibetans and admirers of Tibetan culture and tradition all over the world, have repeatedly been saying in recent times that Tibet does not seek independence from China but wants to stay with China with autonomy status. One is not clear as to what he

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  • SRI LANKA’S HISTORIC MISTAKE TO “GIFT” HAMBANTOTA PORT TO CHINA0

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    • December 13, 2017

    In governing a country, it is necessary that the government should pay due consideration to the long-term implications of its decisions. Sri Lanka government’s decision to handover the Hambantota port to China is a classic instance of a government taking a decision, without viewing the long-term implications, that can prove disastrous for the country in

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  • IS MR. NITIN GADKARI DOING HIS HOMEWORK CAREFULLY?0

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    • December 10, 2017

    India’s Roads Minister Nitin Gadkari has said that the government would soon announce a policy for 15% blending of methanol in petrol, by producing methanol from coal. A few days back, Mr. Nitin Gadkari announced that he would promote urea project from human urine to reduce the import of urea fertilizers. Reading the two above

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  • What global crude oil price in 2021?0

    • Blog
    • December 8, 2017

      A detailed study has been made to forecast the global crude oil price in 2021 by Nandini Consultancy Centre (www.nandinichemical.com), a chemical business research organization, based at Chennai and Singapore. The study has been conducted by a team of chemical engineers and management professionals under the leadership of Mr. Swaminathan Venkataraman, Director, Nandini Consultancy

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  • IS Mr. OBAMA QUALIFIED TO ADVICE MR. MODI ON INDIAN SOCIETY?0

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    • December 2, 2017

    Former US President Barrack Obama is reported to have “privately,” told Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that India should not be divided into sectarian lines. He is said to have emphasized how the Indian society needed to cherish that Indian Muslims identify themselves as Indians. The question that immediately arises is that whether Mr. Obama

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  • SHOULD THE DALAI LAMA GIVE UP THE DEMAND FOR INDEPENDENT TIBET?0

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    • November 24, 2017

    Many Tibetans across the world, longing for an independent Tibet and they’re returning to Tibet with dignity, would have been shocked to hear the remarks of the Dalai Lama once again that Tibet does not seek independence from China but only wants greater development. The Dalai Lama made similar remarks earlier, but many thought that

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  • IS MR. MODI DOING ENOUGH TO CURB CORRUPTION IN INDIA?0

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    • November 21, 2017

    Three years back, when Mr. Modi got the mandate of the people and formed the government, most people expected that he would fulfill his promise to root out corruption in government machinery and public life before long. In the last three years, every measure that Mr. Modi took to ensure transparency in governance and eradicate

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  • PROPOSED PROJECT IN INDIA FOR UREA FERTILISER FROM URINE0

    • Blog
    • November 18, 2017

    – IS IT A FEASIBLE OR RIDICULOUS IDEA? Mr. Nitin Gadkari, the minister for Road Transport & Highways, Government of India, has said that urine banks would be set up in every taluk in India, so that urine can be collected from individual citizens and processed to produce urea fertilizer. According to the minister, this

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  • LET NO ONE THINK THAT U S GOVERNMENT WILL SUPPORT TIBETAN CAUSE0

    • Blog
    • November 15, 2017

    When China brutally attacked Tibet, drove out the protesting Tibetans and forcefully occupied the country a few decades back, many Tibetans expected that the USA would intervene and liberate Tibet sooner or later. The Tibetans had such expectations since the USA has been claiming that it stands for freedom and liberty and would support the

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  • WHY NOT BIOETHANOL PROJECTS FROM STUBBLE IN PUNJAB & HARYANA?0

    • Blog
    • November 12, 2017

    Delhi and most of north India have been enveloped by polluted air for the past few days, leaving people gasping for breath. The pollution problem is attributed largely to stubble burning in nearby Punjab and Haryana states. There are two main growing seasons in Punjab and Haryana; one from May to September and another from

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  • RISING CRUDE OIL PRICE – IS INDIA PREPARED?0

    • Blog
    • November 11, 2017

    The global price of crude oil has risen sharply in recent weeks. The price of crude oil which was as high as 111.89 USD per barrel in 2011 fell to around 46.16 USD per dollar in 2015 and then further down to 47.06 USD per barrel in 2016 but has since then shown rising trend.

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  • MONSOON RAINS BRING CHENNAI CITY, INDIA TO IT’S KNEES – SHOULD IT BE SO BAD?0

    The northeast monsoon in the first week of November has been heavy with a torrential downpour in Chennai city, and suburbs, as per the forecast correctly made several weeks earlier. It caused severe disruption for a few days, disrupting traffic, water entering into some residences and with loss of lives. A careful study of the

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