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On cooking or how to deny convenience to people

1 Citchen When they built the hotel, they built it on three levels. The top-most was for the elites. The commoners had no entry there, neither they had any business. Then was the second level, here a sort of compromise … Continue reading

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Anonymity and community in the age of RTI

(Draft under work.)   The year 2005 was a significant event in the history of India, as it  saw the introduction of bill for Right to Information. Under this   act any person could request data from government departments  pertaining … Continue reading

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Transparency Revolution

To quote A K Antony on the current state of affairs in the nation. “Our country is passing through a transparency revolution. Walls of secrecy are crumbling gradually. But politicians, bureaucracy, judiciary, business people, armed forces, and journalists are still … Continue reading

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