TN Srinivasan’s work will continue to enrich the discipline of economics

Current forms of urban politics construct a new aam aadmi

Raja Mandala: New ripples in Andaman Sea

India slips in global RTI ratings. But is the ranking system flawed?

The report is a reminder that the country’s health divide is also about the development disparity between tribal and non-tribal areas.
Hashimpura’s scars

The convictions three decades after the massacre indicate that justice can be achieved if institutions deliver on their mandate.

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A Matter of Dignity

As the number of its elderly increases, India needs strategies to deal with dementia.

A darkening horizon

As the liberal order declines, a polarised world full of majoritarian, intellectually insecure angst looms.

My MeToo, our WeToo

This is an incredible opportunity to build a better India Inc — fair and inclusive, where leaders make ethical decisions and women employees thrive.

To boost tourism, Gujarat asks states to build bhavans near Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel statue
Celebrating the unifier

Without Sardar Patel, India would have been a fragmented entity.

UN recorded 64 new allegations of sexual exploitation or abuse in past three months
Cure In Progress

Deliberations at UN show resolve to address public health challenges at highest level.

SC declares Aadhaar constitutionally valid with caveats; both BJP, Congress claim victory 
An imaginary friend

Claims that Aadhaar has increased the demand and allocations of NREGA work rest on several faulty assumptions.

Forty Years Ago, November 1, 1978: Sugar Crisis

Forty Years Ago, November 1, 1978: While the Bihar government has gone ahead with its decision to take over sugar mills, the Union Cabinet set up a ministerial committee to evolve a policy on the crisis facing the sugar industry.

It is well understood that Myanmar is not a full democracy.
Candidates at work

Telangana contestants are helping common people hands-on. If it inspires scepticism, then we ourselves are broken.

The report is a reminder that the country’s health divide is also about the development disparity between tribal and non-tribal areas.
The Caravan spectre

The migrants march to the US raises disturbing questions for the Republicans ahead of mid-term elections.

Talking to Taliban
Cease fire

The public spat between RBI and finance ministry diminishes the credibility of both institutions. Both need to step back.

Not a holy book

As aftermath of Sabarimala judgment shows, India is not ready for a constitutional theocracy.

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Failing Its Purpose

RTE Act has not ensured delivery of quality education

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Forty Years Ago, October 31, 1978: Language Revolution

In 1967, Parliament had passed a resolution saying that all languages included in the English Schedule are to be permitted as alternative media to English for all-India and central services.

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Insurance, false assurance

Enhancing healthcare access requires reducing supply gaps, not giving vouchers and increasing demand.

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Slipping on banana

Indian cricket team’s complaints over not being given the fruit must not be laughed off. It has fomented many rebellions.

View from the Right: CBI woes

Commenting on the recent turmoil in the CBI, the editorial in Organiser says that the agency received a jolt when its two top-most officers were forced to go on leave.

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Assault on Aravallis

Degrading of the mountain could cause a spike in pollution levels in the National Capital Region, cause desertification.

Past perfect and a future tense

Legitimising suspect ‘traditional knowledge’ and passing it off as proven wisdom is perilous.

Sardar Patel worked with astonishing speed to dismantle the legacy of imperialism
Uniting, he stands

Narendra Modi writes: Sardar Patel worked with astonishing speed to dismantle the legacy of imperialism and create the geography of unity with the spirit of nationalism.

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