Not a dead society yet - January 15, 2009 | Centre for Science and Environment


Not a dead society yet - January 15, 2009

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Dwalpment wants, dwalpment gets… a tough fight 
 
There was a time when ‘Dilli chalo’ was a rallying cry for those hopeful of reclaiming the dignity of their lands and lives. Today, Dwalpment has relegated this slogan to history and mawkish sentimentality. For, today, there is no need to march to Dilli; Dilli has marched up to everybody’s doorstep, via Dwalpment. 
 
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