Author Archives: Goodpal

About Goodpal

I am a firm believer in healthy people (mind and body both), healthy societies and healthy environment. I also undertake content writing and documentation projects. Please feel free to comment, share and broadcast your views. If you wish to write for this blog, please contact me at vj.agra@yahoo.com Thanks for stopping by. Have a Good Day!

Understanding Poverty, Beyond Lack of Income

Poverty is a human development issue; not an income issue alone. Continue reading

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Why Has Capitalism Failed the Poor?

Capitalism focuses on people with capital; it naturally leaves behind the poor without money. Continue reading

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Global Economics of Rich Getting Richer and Increasing Inequalities

Rising inequality is a serious threat to global well-being. Rich 1% practically own and decide everything while the poor remain poor. Continue reading

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Understanding Poverty, Beyond Lack of Income

Poverty is much more than lack of income; it is inherently multidimensional and must be seen as such. Continue reading

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June 21 Declared “International Yoga Day”!

UNGA’s declaration of June 21 as World Yoga Day symbolizes people’s aspiration for a peaceful and conflict free world with healthy nature. Continue reading

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Comedy of “Pseudo-Secularism” and “Minority Appeasement” in India

The political discourse in India has changed. The days of distorted secularism or ani-Hindu politics is over. India has entered a new era of inclusive development. Continue reading

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What is Wrong with the Family Planning Program in India

The current demographic realities of India are different and the traditional remedy of sterilization is longer the right remedy. Today population momentum is the leading cause of population growth. Now the population battle must be fought on the social plain; not in the clinics. Continue reading

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