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India’s policies towards fiscal federalism are grounded in a colonial legacy that favours the power...
Though India’s Constitution and educational policies promise to provide education in mother...
Despite years of concerted efforts to the contrary, the pursuit of social justice in India...
The collegium system must not see itself as being above the safeguards and measures for...
Crop insurance would be essential in insulating a large proportion of India’s farmers against food...
The Ministry of Urban Development released the “Model Building Byelaws” in 2016 to maximise public...
Social security schemes cannot be serving corporate interests. India will not be able to tackle...
Workers' calls for governmental regulation on minimum wages and social security provisions for...
Not viewing religion as distinct from politics, Gandhi referred to the latter as “applied religion...
In this episode, we talk with Francis Cody about the public sphere and Govindraj Ethiraj about fake...
This month we speak to Faye Ginsburg about the digital age and Waseem Shan about his Instagram...

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