Letter curtailed with permission from the writer, Kenneth Obel, Wilmette, IL, US.
He writes: “I am a lawyer in Chicago. I follow and write about sustainability issues.”
Published: FT – January 11 2011 02:28
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On 19th December, James Lamont in New Delhi, who writes for the Financial Times, reported that Sonia Gandhi, President of the Indian National Congress Party, said “graft and greed” were rising and that India’s economic growth is coming at the price of a “shrinking moral universe”.
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