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Social Media
Social media has become this hydra-headed monster...which we want very much in our lives, but yet we cannot contain it, and the question is, do we want to? While it has its justifiably social uses, especially in creating campaigns and awareness about issues, the dangers of social media are also increasingly apparent. A close look at the various issues surrounding social media in India.

One India One People Magazine Description:

PublisherOne India One People Foundation




One India One People Foundation (OIOP) is a not-for-profit organisation, set up by the late Mr. Sadanand A. Shetty, an industrialist, in August 1997, coinciding with India’s 50th year of Independence. The purpose of the Foundation is to build awareness about various issues concerning India, in order to bring about a systemic change. With this in mind, he launched the One India One People magazine and the One India One People Clubs.

One India One People Magazine is a unique, informative, well-researched, thought-provoking and thematic monthly magazine about issues which are peculiar to India and concerns Indians. It documents and highlights the cultural legacy, developmental challenges, contribution of Indians, and the lesser known geographical facts about this vast country. India has made tremendous progress in some areas of development, while it is still grappling with very basic issues of poverty, corruption and access to basic infrastructure for its citizens. The magazine has been covering diverse and socially relevant themes such as Health, Poverty, Literacy, Casteism, Corruption, Law & Judiciary, Police Reforms, Consumer Rights, Corporate Social Responsibility, Disaster Management, Terrorism, Infrastructure, Spirituality, Media, Civil Society, Human Rights, Youth, etc., to name a few.

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