Delayed dawn: A fractured freedom

A fractured freedom:

Democracy in our country seems to work only for some.For those who have been left out of the growth story, freedom is still an unfinished business…

[Harsh Mander  in The Hindu , Sunday, August 14,2011]

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2 Responses to “Delayed dawn: A fractured freedom”

  1. Chitradip Som 14 August 2011 at 7:43 PM #

    Not only the downtroddens, the freedom in India isnt also for the housewives, students, unemployed youths and the elderly couples, who collectively form nearly 50 percent of the total population irrespective of their economical, social and educational status. Freedom is nothing but just a word to them. Respected editor and readers, please think of it also on the eve of ‘Independence Day’. And also the article is too small to depict the real charecter of ‘freedom’ in India. Last year in August, a nice article was published written by Mr. Prabir Ghosh where it was lucidly exposed the real and unveiled face of Indian independence and democracy. I want similar article this year also.

  2. Dwijapada Bouri 16 August 2011 at 2:49 PM #

    It is real fact that freedom is still an unfinished business… Good post Thanks to Harsh Mander


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