|Issue 04 Anniversary Issue||Feb 2005|
Winners of the Liberalism in Life Competition 2004:
First prize: Rs 5,000: Bela Gupta (LACS Delhi
To read the winning entries www.ccsindia.org/lss_competition.htm
To look out for:
E-catalyst Points system for the Best Contributor THE Catalyst
Three Cheers for the Catalysts:
Ragupathy Venkatachalam (SRCC, Delhi, LSS Shillong 04, Intern 04) won the Best Paper Award at the South Asia Economics Students' Meet held at Lahore in 28-31 Jan 2005. read the award winning paper
Naveen KR (LSS Delhi 04 and Intern 04) was the Budding economist at the National Economics Convention organized by the Hindu College in December 2004.
and Livelihood, Making A Living On The Street
From the Editor....
E-catalyst has been on the net space (and hopefully on your mind space) for a year now!
E-catalyst has been successful as a forum for all LSS, ALSS grads and CCS interns to express themselves. And phew! What a year its been- frantic, frenzied yet fruitful. This anniversary issue brings to you more food for thought and soul curry. We have a special write up by actor, rugby player and activist Rahul Bose for all our readers and patrons.
I would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to Mana and Joshyji. A big THANK YOU to all our readers and contributors. And yes! the race for being our "Catalyst"(our most active contributor) is still on, so email us your contributions NOW! Believe me, one young blood is capable of changing black ink, so keep up the zest and make E-catalyst a roaring success for many years to come. Still skeptical? In that case here is an apt afterthought of Margaret Mead- "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.
Yavnika , Editor
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