ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Editorials

Poor and migrant labour pays the price for India’s “enterprising” cities.
The CAB opens up multiple fault lines that would undermine the diverse basis of Indian society.

Commentary

While India has had a biomedical waste management rule since 1998, which was modified for ease in 2016, household biomedical waste has been neglected.

Special Articles

Indian parents are faced with more choices of schools, but with less information on schools and schooling.

Columns

The Reserve Bank of India’s guidelines on compensation for top management of banks are more generous in respect of variable pay than those of the European Union.

Book Reviews

Belt and Road: A Chinese World Order by Bruno Maçães, New Delhi: Penguin Random House, 2019; pp xii + 227, ₹ 599.

Review Issues

Tracing the genealogy of the scientific claim that Indian lung capacity is deficient vis-à-vis the “European norm,” it is argued that the pathologisation of the Indian lung that once justified colonial-era segregation has made a troubling contemporary return, producing state imperceptibility of pollution-induced illness.

Special Issues

The process of Vikalp Sangam (Alternatives Confluence) involves visioning of an ideal built on grounded initiatives, spanning the full range of alternative approaches to justice, equity, and sustainability.
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