Debate Kits

Explore this feature to discover how India fared in 2019 in terms of elections, institutions, protests, and people.
Join us on this interactive tour and chart the discourse on multipurpose river valley projects in India.
This debate kit aims to provide a glimpse into the major concepts and themes in scholarship from the EPW, pertaining to climate change.
What prejudices do people have against reservation policies? This interactive busts four myths.
A compilation of 50 articles from our archives addresses questions around one of the biggest experiments in Independent India.
Click on the puzzle pieces below to explore 8 important questions about the cow in India.
How can a history built on trauma, erasure and lack be gathered and articulated as a whole?
Explore the interactive based on 50 articles from the Economic and Political Weekly

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By inviting private capital and adopting an urbanisation plan that caters to the affluent, India’s upcoming metro systems will not be a public good aimed for the masses.
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