The writer, a social anthropologist, is based in Bengaluru.
Rural India’s challenges have become sharply manifest in the high proportion of land that is uncultivated, the decline in food crops, and the devastation wrought by droughts and floods.
Parties promise goods, without assuring functioning public institutions and equality of opportunity
Today, the Adivasi has become a pawn in the games that an indifferent polity, a corrupt administrative apparatus and an aggressively ambitious dominant society are playing.
Core issues from health and education to agriculture have been invisibilised by competitive electioneering
Not all wealth commanded by richest country of the world seems to be of any use
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