BY Prof. (Dr.) SUDHIR GAVHANE After the 1990’s move of economic liberalisation of India and allowing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in various sectors of economy and taking advantages of capital gain and economic boost and some socio-political disadvantages resulting out of it
 
By E.Z. KHOBRAGADE (IAS – Retd., Founder-SANVIDHAN FOUNDATION and Founder President of MOF)  Social welfare department of Maharashtra Government have totally failed to protect the developmental and welfare interests of scheduled castes and Buddhists.
 
BY E. Z. KHOBRAGADE(IAS - Retd., Founder - Sanvidhan Foundation & Founder President of MOF ) We were very impressed with the drawings/paintings of a young tribal boy, Atram of Aheri District Gadchiroli. This was one of the reasons; he got the job in Zilla Parishad, as Peon.
 
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BY SHAI VENKATRAMAN “I believe all women have it in them to be like Jhansi ki Rani and I want to help them realize that,” says Pooja Kumari, determination evident on her face. Like the queen whose name she evokes, Pooja is a fighter. A child bride, Jhansi ki Rani was widowed shortly after marriage.
 
VIJAY JAWANDHIA In rural India the landless and the landed farmers are all dependent on the agricultural economy. If the prices of agricultural products rise and are stabilized, then wage rates will also go up, and because of that the money supply in the economy increases.