Despite years of concerted efforts to the contrary, the pursuit of social justice in India continues to be a utopian agenda in a dystopian economy. 

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Though regulation of a demerit good such as tobacco is recognised, the state’s stake in the tobacco market coupled with the labour that still depends on it for livelihood makes such a regulation a murky business.
Workers' calls for governmental regulation on minimum wages and social security provisions for drivers continue to be sidestepped by Ola, Uber and other taxi aggregators. 

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Assam's detention camps violate both letter and spirit of the Indian Constitution and disregard basic human rights.
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