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Sanjeev Sabhlok

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Why this blog is called ‘Seeing the Invisible’

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Sanjeev Sabhlok I began my career by trusting the government but the more I have learned about it the less I believe governments should be trusted. Why was I so easily duped? And why do so many of us still “believe” in government? I find that people in the Wes... More »

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Let’s make poverty history

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Sanjeev Sabhlok Gandhi said it very well: ‘All the help that the poor need is that the world gets off their backs’. This principle of liberty and self-respect must be our over-riding policy toward every citizen, not just the poor. People grow when they are abl... More »

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The liberals have entered the electoral fray

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Sanjeev Sabhlok It has been a long and difficult journey to get a liberal party up and running. Despite my initial optimism twenty years ago about such an endeavour, it was never going to be easy. Socialism is deeply entrenched in the Indian mind and electoral... More »

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A serious case of judicial over-reach

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Sanjeev Sabhlok At the outset let me note that I have the greatest respect for India’s Supreme Court which has been instrumental in preventing India from becoming a Pakistan. So it is with reluctance that am writing about a disagreement with one of the Supreme... More »