Report from the States

Bihar has the third-largest number of child labourers in the country. Although there have been...
The article probes deeper into the Uttar Pradesh state board examinations of 2019 and argues that...
While the city’s North-South Corridor (NSC) of the Lucknow metro has been functional since March...
The 2019 assembly elections in Haryana were expected to confirm the “cross effects” of ruling, when...
On 3 December, lakhs of tourists and devotees will gather to celebrate the feast of Saint Francis...
The National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam along with being a communal issue is also...
This article examines the dynamics and nexus in building road infrastructure in India’s Northeast-...
Developing the North East region is unattainable in the absence of a coherent policy by the...
Is Maharashtra's malnutrition data suspect? Can the National Nutrition Mission invoke...
Cows, as a symbol, enforce the notion of peasanthood across the Hindu–Muslim religious divide. The...

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