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January 28, 2010

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Thanks for the post, Namit. Very powerful poetry. I want to read more of Omprakash Valmiki.

The Dalit posts/videos here are very heart-rending Namit. Are you aware of any reliable NGOs that are reaching out to those in the villages, that readers can contribute to? The only one I have come across recently is 'India Unheard' http://indiaunheard.videovolunteers.org/
(which attempts to help some of the people, amongst all under-privileged in India)

Astrokid,
Wish I could help. My instinct was to google for more info. Perhaps you can ask the good folks at Round Table, which is on my blog roll.

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