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Anuradha Chenoy writes:The sense of relief for the Palestinians on 6 May after the United States (US) indicated that a ceasefire and propos­ed hostage deal had been struck, proved short-lived. The ceasefire appeared possible. Hamas responded “positively” to a deal on...
To read and reflect upon party manifestos as a voter amid the theatrics of the electoral competition may seem like a dull activity. Moreover, do principles and manifestos appeal to the voters in an era of cult personalities taking over the...
Can clients file a case against a lawyer in consumer court if they are dissatisfied with the lawyer’s handling of their case? This was the question that the Supreme Court was concerned with in Bar of Indian Lawyers v D...
The populist turn in Indian politics is not new. Yet, its ascendance since 2011 has been emphasised by many as the beginning of a new era in which the leader’s image precedes the party. Although Narendra Modi’s or Yogi Adityanath’s...
This article responds to the insightful discussion on humanistic theory by Salmoli Choudhuri and Moiz Tundawala titled “A Case for Humanistic Theory” (EPW, 30 September 2023). Choudhuri and Tundawala’s analysis has tried to move the needle from the “who” and “how” of theory to the...

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Political theorists often argue that citizens need to have certain capabilities for their political projects to be successful. In Book 7 of the Republic , Plato (2004: 234–36) famously placed…

The shocks of demonetisation and the COVID -19 pandemic —both occurring within four years of each other—have brought the question of unemployment and job loss in India to the forefront. These…

Caste hierarchies, deeply rooted within Indian society, keep exerting considerable influence on educational attainments, occupational choice, wealth, and wages of “deprived castes” (Papola and…

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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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The easy, free-flowing, and delectable unrolling of the plot has earned Kiran Rao’s film Laapata Ladies (2024) much-deserved praise and love for all that it manages to do. The plot of the film centres....

Memory serves two functions: to preserve the past and adapt it to enrich the present. Material cult ures—like the novel, paintings, and the architecture of a city—are artefacts that can narrate the....

During the 2010s, Tamil and Malayalam cinema witn essed a surge of both commercial and offbeat mov ies that claimed to represent the subaltern cause, perhaps due to the transformed sociopolitical....

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