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Davinder Kumar

Articles by Davinder Kumar

Lifting The Purdah

Lifting The Purdah

Apr 23, 2001 Davinder Kumar

It's a long fight against corruption at the panchayat level, and awareness is the key

An Overdose Of Subsidies

An Overdose Of Subsidies

Apr 09, 2001 Davinder Kumar

With fudged records, the industry is devouring the taxpayer's crores to boost its health

Funny Money Business

Funny Money Business

Apr 02, 2001 Davinder Kumar

The laws are in place. But political parties continue to play the same old game.

Driven To Despair

Driven To Despair

Mar 26, 2001 Davinder Kumar

The court orders, the state dithers, the citizen suffers

Caste Aspersions

Caste Aspersions

Mar 19, 2001 Davinder Kumar

They don't even know it, and their state has dubbed two castes as prostitutes and HIV-prone

Living With Tombstones

Living With Tombstones

Mar 12, 2001 Davinder Kumar

Delhi will soon know, at a great cost, that there is more to secure lodging than architectural kitsch

The Structures of Control

The Structures of Control

Mar 05, 2001 Davinder Kumar

Post-Gujarat, the government is firmly pushing a Bill to monitor the engineering community

A Life Less Relieved

A Life Less Relieved

Feb 19, 2001 Davinder Kumar

As aid management remains in tatters, and many areas thirst for relief, the Gujarat government caves in to...

The Backdoor Laurels

The Backdoor Laurels

Feb 19, 2001 Davinder Kumar

This year's decorations for civilians brings into focus the complete and bizarre politics of selecting...

The dryness of being

The dryness of being

Jan 29, 2001 Davinder Kumar

Rainless monsoons, depleting water reserves, now crop failure—the stage is set for a bigger tragedy

Who's Immune To This Disease?

Who's Immune To This Disease?

Jan 22, 2001 Davinder Kumar

With foreign agencies ready to pump in money, starting an NGO for the AIDS cause is fast becoming an...

Chitrakoot: Maja Masti In Ram Rajya

Chitrakoot: Maja Masti In Ram Rajya

Jan 08, 2001 Davinder Kumar

Time in this holy town is like the stagnant Mandakini river.

Farmer's Sorrow

Farmer's Sorrow

Dec 18, 2000 Davinder Kumar

Coming A Cropper

Coming A Cropper

Dec 18, 2000 Davinder Kumar

The paddy crisis in Punjab, as also elsewhere, was the result of an unholy trader-government nexus

Child Is The Father Of Mammon

Child Is The Father Of Mammon

Dec 11, 2000 Sutapa Mukerjee

It's commerce with a noble pretence. And as educational institutions rake in the moolah, the point that...

Land Of The Unquiet Dead

Land Of The Unquiet Dead

Nov 20, 2000 Davinder Kumar

Post-Pandian inquiry, a two-man 'Outlook' team revisits Chitsinghpura—and finds no evidence against...

Long Paws Of The Law

Long Paws Of The Law

Nov 13, 2000 Davinder Kumar

This hearing has been too long in adjournment. Women lawyers finally speak out about sexual harassment at...

Doper's Low

Doper's Low

Oct 23, 2000 Davinder Kumar

There's good reason for India's flopshow at Sydney: athletes didn't get their steroid diet. Now, some sports...

The Scourge Of Bias

The Scourge Of Bias

Oct 09, 2000 Davinder Kumar

Legislation hasn't changed mindsets. Discrimination on caste lines is still a reality.