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The fiscal year ended on a positive note with the country’s foreign exchange reserves (FERs) touching a new all-time high of $642.6 billion on 22 March 2024. This surge was facilitated by a sharp reversal of trends in the balance...
The University Grants Commission (UGC) announced a new set of guidelines for PhD admissions via a public notice on 27 March 2024. These guidelines were approved following an expert committee’s recommendations in the 578th meeting of the UGC held on 13...
A clarion call for Viksit Bharat@2047 by the Prime Minister represents his long-term aspiration to transform India into a developed nation by 2047. There is no standard definition of a developed economy. The World Bank categorises economies with annual per capita gross national...
D N GhoshDebtors are emerging as the darlings of the economy. There is no place for debtors with weak hearts, those who ruminate on possible social stigma and its consequences; the new world that is emerging belongs to the daring,...
Despite its persistent success at the national level, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has consistently failed to build inroads in Kerala. Uniquely, the competition between liberal and subaltern nationalism characterises the ideological landscape of Kerala’s politics, where Congress and left alliances...

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According to the proponents of traditional development theory, economic development hinges on the growth of modern capitalistic industry. Such a process is supposed to transform the traditional…

Malapportionment is deeply contested in the “first-past-the-post” election system because it violates the fundamental democratic principle of “one person, one vote” (OPOV). Malapportionment is…

The geopolitical landscape is currently undergoing a major transition, prompting a re-evaluation of the post-World War II international order. The rise of a new Eastern bloc, led by Russia,…

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Review of Rural Affairs
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Review of Women's Studies
Review of Women's Studies
Review of Women's Studies
Review of Environment And Development

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I started writing poems seriously in a difficult phase of my life, while also slowly beginning to acknowledge the impact of Bangla poems (mostly Joy Goswami’s poems, but also some of the Hungryalist....

At a Hollywood Reporter Roundtable in 2012, in response to a question by a journalist regarding films on the Holocaust like Schindler’s List (1993) and Downfall (2004), Austrian film-maker Michael....

Daniel Kwan, in his acceptance speech for the Best Picture Academy Award for Everything Everywhere All at Once (2023), said: “There is greatness in every single person, it doesn’t matter who they are....

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