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When Chennai sank, its people rose….
Hope most has revived from the trauma that struck the city for a fortnight. With neck deep waters, power cuts, unreachable phones and stranded localities, Chennaites experienced the worst that has been seen in a century. Yes the floods are a situation not seen in a century but more than that the humanitarian hand that the Chennaites extended to relieve each other from the havoc is trending around the world. The Army, National Disaster Recovery Force, NGOs and youth formed a network to help reach the stranded while bridging caste, creed and even politics. The dedicated force exploited the social media and soon #chennaifloods brought in people from nook and corner of the world to do their bit, to bring back vibrant Chennai.

Delhi is distant
Fifty years ago, in 1966-66 Sachindra Choudhry as finance ministry made a steep devaluation of the rupee. The economy was then in dire straits with a severe drought causing a prospectus full in food production. Indira Gandhi was struggling finding her feet as the prime minister. Keen to explain the government’s policies and to get reactions from the media, she launched the Economic Editors’ Conference (EEC).
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