Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana will catalyse changes in the health sector. It is not a substitute for a foundation built on primary care.
The routines, stratagems, denials and traps in Indian workplaces still make easy mobility and maintaining dignity difficult even for the most talented young female journalists
Despite the ruling LDF government’s commitment to implementing the SC verdict and the powerful police force at its disposal, the hill shrine, over the last one month, has resembled a war zone with activists of Hindu outfits camping there in their supposed bid to ‘protect traditions and customs’.
For 15 years, the Maharashtra government has done its best to shield policemen accused in the custodial death of Khwaja Yunus.
Growth can alleviate poverty but its definition needs to expand to make any tangible difference on the ground.
How electioneering throws a spanner on solving real problems.
India’s refusal to talk to Pakistan has much to do with BJP’s electoral narrative.
For the seas, solar-powered ships could be what E-vehicles are for land.
The US mid-terms have seen unprecedented Indian presence. But the caucus is identified with a snack.
Local factors, including leadership, help the Congress-JDS combine to dominate bypolls.
Drought-proofing agriculture will require more than an ambitious water conservation revolution.
In a milieu of impressive growth, India has developed some serious fractures that show no signs of cure.
Organiser and Panchjnaya have special editions for Diwali focussed on the “Bharatiya business eco-system”.
Gandhi’s vision of service and humanism is relevant across nations and time.
Front page of The Indian Express on November 7, 1978
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