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


Funding the huge investments needed to tackle the global challenges, requires a tripling of the disbursements.
Electoral reforms ought to uphold the democratic values of federalism and an active citizenry.
A more focused approach and timely delivery of assurances hold the key to the success of the G20.
Greening methods should maintain the native flora and fauna to prevent biodiversity loss.
Dedication towards learning cannot be inculcated through a culture of discrimination and punishment.
A continued surge in food prices can derail both economic and political prospects.
Taking stock of the shifts in education and technology in an increasingly digitised world is a necessity.
The new bill of the Rajasthan government sparks a crucial discussion about the dignity of the deceased.
Developing countries must insist on greater flexibility to minimise the impact on their exports.
The deep scars of communal violence make for a permanently insecure nation and people.
Rather than discrediting official statistics, the focus should be on a radical rehaul of the statistical agencies.
India still has a long way to go to emerge as a major investment destination.
The task of defending democracy makes the broadest unity of the opposition an imperative.
The government’s failures have made women in Manipur especially vulnerable to patriarchal passions.
Simplification of the GST structure does not necessarily mean harmonisation of rates between the union and states.


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