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The Great Paradox of India


First Online: October 14, 2001
Page Last Updated: February 25, 2017

If anything, India is a country of extremities.

You can see the homeless outside the palaces, barefooted construction workers laying optical cables, bandit queens running for government offices, men worshipping vehicles, illiterate citizens running one of the greatest democracies, and homeless beggars being honored for begging. While there are elaborate explanations to each of these, in this section, we present the great paradox of India as it is. - Ed.

Extremities of India

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India - Extreme Nation
Paradox of India

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