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As India heads into the 18th general elections, do the urban voter and their concerns figure in political party manifestos? Reading through the recently released manifestos of three major political parties (the Indian National Congress [INC 2024], the Communist Party...
Anuradha Chenoy writes:West Asia is on the boil as Israel extended its conflict with Gaza into Iran igniting a spiral of attacks as the Iranians retaliated and Israel seeks to remain on top of the escalatory ladder and strategic dominance. The...
The Lancet forecasts on the expected trends in the global fertility rates and live births over the course of the 21st century provide very interesting insights on the demographic changes unfurling in the coming decades. The forecasts, which cover 204...
In the complex tapestry of India’s criminal justice system, the intertwining threads of mental healthcare and incarceration present a particularly challenging weave. The Mental Health Act of 1987, amended by the more encompassing Mental Health Care Act (MHCA) of 2017,...
Suffrage movements of the 19th century in Western democracies gained momentum for their insistence on “one person, one vote, one value.” Up to 1976, India was also precautious about this democratic principle of one vote, one value as the Delimitation...

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Despite economic growth, India continues to be confronted by large-scale food and nutrition insecurity. According to the Global Hunger Index, 2022, India ranks 107 out of 116 countries with a…

Landownership among women in India is extremely low. Studies have highlighted that there exists a continued prevalence of discrimination against women in terms of ownership of land (Agarwal et…

As we write, a few farmer groups are on the highways of Punjab and Haryana, demanding constitutionally guaranteed minimum support price (MSP) for 23 crops. They have been emboldened by the fact…

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

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Who is the third who walks always beside you? When I count, there are only you and I together. —T S Eliot, The Waste Land (1982) A person in pain not only experiences difficulty in expressing its....

September in Kolkata signals the beginning of the annual period of festivities for which the city momentarily wakes up before retreating into its ascriptive somnolence. During the week of Durga Pujo....

In October 2023, I travelled to Seoul and Busan with two of my best friends. A first visit for all of us, it was exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time. Our limited knowledge of the culture is....

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