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Everybody loves a good drought: stories from India's poorest districts. by P Sainath. Print book: Fiction eBook: Document: Fiction. English. New Delhi. Everybody loves a good drought: stories from India's poorest districts. by P Sainath. eBook: Document: Fiction. English. New Delhi, India ; New York, NY. Everybody loves a good drought: stories from India's poorest districts. Edition/ Format: eBook: Document: Fiction: EnglishView all editions and formats.

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This book is very eye opening about the government in India. It almost reminds me of how ineffective the U. The book tells so much about the mentality of the people of India, their perseverance and strength and, in the end, their wisdom in dealing with the government. Excellent read! Informative and, in a absurdist way, humorous. One person found this helpful. site Edition Verified download.

Quirky topic. Absorbing social history of rural India. An excellent book! Rating is for the supplier and not the book. This is a photocopied version with very low quality pages than the original version I had.

Even though it is based on the events that happened in the last decade, This is the best that I could get to understand the reality of the rural india based on the experience of someone who is not part of the rural India. It made me realize there is so much to do Thanks P Sainath. Must read. Must-read for anyone going into international development!

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Sainath captures the plight, hopes, and loss in rural villages in India. Farmers are committing suicide at an unprecedented rate. People are trying to adjust but hope is lost.

As I regularly network with friends in the Telangana, I can honestly say that farmer suicide is a huge issue and a tragedy.

Yet we still seem to move resources to the wealthy rather than address the serious issues in rural areas of the world. Even in the US, if we fully understood the tragedy of the destruction of the family farm, we would learn that here too loss leads to suicide. Despair and loss of hope is a horrible thing. Read this compelling study into a problem happening all over the world.

If you get a chance to hear Mr. Sainath speak, make sure you do not miss it. He is fantastic. One of the great investigative reporters in Indian.

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