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January 15, 2004

Another World is Possible. So says the World Social Forum, 2004. The 100,000 plus participants who have landed in Mumbai from all over the world are united by their fight against one amorphous enemy -- globalisation.

But is something actually wrong with the world that we live in? Are the new-fangled goods, cars, cell phones, and toys produced by big corporations making us slaves? Are big companies dictating our lives? Or is it the fanciful imagination of a few?

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Number of User Comments: 36




Sub: Another world possible??

Ofcourse Another world is possible!! The WSF is working really hard in this matter. Though WSF is not in light,it is definitely rising towards its ...


Posted by Khadija





Sub: Is another world possible?

I don't think there is a need for another world. Any world will have its own good and bad things in it. Whats so wrong ...


Posted by deepa





Sub: yes, another world is possible

while enjoying the love of divine bliss and preparing for move to higher levels of happiness , aimed to inspire and support those noble persons, ...


Posted by ajeet singh mac , formerly major, corps of eme, indian army





Sub: another world is possible

WSF currently underway in Mumbai has come out as an impressive forum since its first convention held in Brazil.I am not one of the participants ...


Posted by sanjeev singh





Sub: What Stupid Forum!

One man wins at the expense of another. And only the fittest survive. Hence to survive, you need to keep winning. In essence, many people ...


Posted by Vijay Krishna




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