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Photo Essay: A Different Kind of 'Mourning'

The “condolence meeting” held in Mumbai by over 100 women from the districts in Maharashtra that are worst affected by farmer suicides put the state government on notice. These women from the Marathwada and Vidarbha regions are demanding official recognition as farmers, increase in the paltry Rs 600 monthly widow pension, and free education and health services for themselves and their children.

Do Universities Threaten National Security?

Is the government trying to change the nature of the university as we know it?

Where are the Laws to Protect the Rights of Domestic Workers in India?

The rampant abuse faced by domestic workers urgently necessitates a national policy to provide social and economic protection

Personal Laws versus Gender Justice: Will a Uniform Civil Code Solve the Problem?

Personal Laws in India present a situation where abolishing them in the interest of gender justice also inadvertently benefits the reactionary side.

The Unemployment Paradox: Looking at Growth Without Jobs

This reading list explores the contradictory narratives that have been built around the issue of unemployment.

Why Are Our Farmers Angry?

EPW Engage contextualises the agrarian crisis and farmer protests in India with this reading list.

How Gandhi Became 'Mahatma'

M K Gandhi’s inspired struggle for Indian independence against British Colonisation turned him into a global icon for peaceful resistance. On his 149th birth anniversary, we attempt to understand the universal reverence for Gandhi. With the help of articles from the EPW archives, we look at the origins of Gandhian ideas, the roots of his philosophy, and his contemporary representation.


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