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THE TRAGEDY OF FARMERS' SUICIDES IN VIDARBHA: A LESSON AND A RAY OF HOPE :

What people have said about the report

"After Sharad Joshi, this is the first instance I have come across which directly challenges the policies of the government. It is well written. Come over to Vidarbha, we will organize a big function for the release of the book and discussion… "
                  Mr Nalkhande: Farmer Leader; Vidarbha

 

"Very well written"
                ---Mr. Ramkumar, faculty member in TATA Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) Mumbai, who was part of IGIRD study team which has extensively worked upon Vidarbha and Adhra Pradesh farmer suicide issue (Nov 2009)

 

… I hope the book will be read by all interested in ending the era of farmers’ suicides…
                Prof. M S Swaminathan, MS Swaminathan foundation, Chennai … Father of Green Revolution

 

 “It’s a Good report...”
                  Dr. Shrikant Paranjpe… Professor and Head Department of Defence and strategic Studies University of Pune

 

“…terrific report...”            
                   Dr. Delia Maria; Author, peace worker, Gandhian, Pune...  

 

Thank you so much for lending me this report. So far, I have found it very well-written and extremely informative. I am especially happy to see work like this coming out of the School of Government … As I read through your report, I am writing down potential research questions for my own future work...
                 Christopher Robert; A researcher from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government who was making a related study in Gujarat

 

The report has come out extremely well…
                    Mr. Vishnu Swaminathan, Former Director, National Innovation Foundation... and former director of Administration MIT SOG

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Foreword by Mr. TN Seshan (Excerpts)  
     
What readers have said  
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