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


The extension of Xi Jinping’s term indicates that the CPC has chosen “strong continuity” rather than change.
Renewing the renaissance project with a socially egalitarian and secularising thrust is an urgent task.
The lapse of quality control in India is unacceptable if the claim to be the pharmacy of the world is to be sustained.
The rising cases of murder demand that murder as such should be considered a crime against women in India.
Emerging markets, including India, must brace for depreciating pressure on their currencies and volatility in markets.
The rising importance of the SCO is an indicator of the growing strategic exhaustion with the US -led world order.
The central investigative agencies must catch the bigger cause and not just the effect.
The NCRB data on suicides by daily wage earners underscore the social structural determinants of mental well-being.
The challenge before the new government is to deliver on the ideological and policy promises of the Mahagathbandhan.
Nancy Pelosi’s visit highlights the contradictions of the United States’ arrangement with China over Taiwan.
The Supreme Court’s blessing for the PMLA shows its contempt for human rights and the Constitution.
Transformative affirmation of gender equality ipso facto rules out “economic man” as a privileged entity.
In the politics of symbolism, there is a choice between benevolent and fierce images.
The intersection of the political upheaval and economic crisis can transform the state and society in Sri Lanka.
The disillusionment with the true nature of the Indian judiciary is appalling.


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