Everybody Loves a Good Drought
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Everybody Loves a Good Drought

Sub title: Stories from India's Poorest Districts

Author: P. Sainath

Ramon Magsaysay Award winner P. Sainath’s Everybody Loves a Good Drought is a landmark journalistic work. Throwing light on the lives of the poorest of the poor who are too often reduced to statistics, this exhaustive study, bristling with humanity, exposes the true face of India’s development.

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‘Humane, unsentimental, finding through the abject lives of the poorest the ostensibly larger issues that confront us. Sainath’s book can’t be praised enough’—Outlook

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15 Jan 2012





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