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The Aligarh Muslim University special centres in three states—Kerala, Bihar, and Bengal—cannot be...
The Supreme Court’s recent judgment reading down Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code is a landmark...
The thought process of major competition authorities across the globe and their response to Google’...
Through a case study of water governance currently operational in one of the spring sheds in the...
This article uses case studies of the Syrian Christian and Malabari Jew communities to show that a...
The government’s intention to repeal the University Grants Commission Act and replace it with the...
This article traces the genesis of the current standardisation of time and provides a rationale for...
The announcement by the central government about bringing a law to ensure that doctors prescribe...
Keshav Rao Jadhav’s role as an individual and as rights activist was immense. After his death on 16...
The recent decision of the central government to allow lateral entry for joint secretary-level...
Arvind Subramanian’s Darbari Seth Memorial Lecture last year was a status-quo view of a traditional...
Any reform of the civil services, including that in the recruitment and training phase, should aim...
When Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam chief and five-time Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Muthuvel...

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