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World Environment Day: Are Development and the Environment at Odds With Each Other?

A series of articles think through whether development and the environment are in conflict with each other, using examples from multiple regions.

Beyond the Noise: A Reading List on Employment Trends in India

To understand the context within which the current debate about employment is playing out, it is important to examine long-standing trends in employment in India.

Where There are Indians, There is Caste: A Reading List on Denial in Diaspora

A reading list discusses how caste manifests in Indian diasporas and how the fight against caste discrimination has played out globally.

Agrarian Distress in India: A Short Reading List

The underlying issues of the farmers' long march—rural distress, debt burden, farmer suicides and the efficacy of the Forest Rights Act—need to be continually interrogated.

Ration Bachao: Why do Protesters in Ranchi Want Food not Cash?

A reading list assesses if Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) is the answer to leakages in the Public Distribution system (PDS).

Does India’s Public Healthcare Need Insurance Based Intervention? A Reading List

A series of articles examine the challenges public healthcare faces in India and why insurance based interventions might not solve them.

Cauvery Verdict: 6 Articles to Contextualise the Water War

On 16 February 2018, the Supreme Court lowered the amount of Cauvery water due to Tamil Nadu, to 404.25 tmcft (thousand million cubic feet), from the 419 tmcft allotted by the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal in February 2007. The Court allotted Karnataka 270 tmcft of Cauvery water, which is 14.75 tmcft more than the Tribunal award. Through our archives, we trace an outline of the dispute.

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