The writer is senior fellow, NCAER, Delhi and professor of sociology at the University of Maryland, US.
In our concern with ostensibly declining women’s work participation, we have missed out on identifying sectors from which women are excluded and more importantly, in which women are included. It may be time for us to count women’s work rather than women workers.
There is evidence to suggest that with a few modifications, MGNREGA can dent poverty.
Exposure to television and digital media grew by leaps and bounds between 2005 and 2012.
The food security act is inadequate to meeting the malnutrition challenge.
The latest NSSO data also underlines the increasing absence of women from the labour market
Setting up women-only banks overlooks the reasons for their exclusion
Celebrities who tested positive for coronavirus