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Profits made by large tea corporations continue to increase at the expense of tea workers who are...
13 Dec, 2019
The Shiv Sena in Maharashtra has proved that its political ambitions are greater than its...
11 Dec, 2019
The autonomous functioning of the Reserve Bank of India has been, if anything, an exception rather...
11 Dec, 2019
The price of oil, controlled by a select few, can exacerbate the shortcomings of a slowing global...
11 Dec, 2019
India must re-evaluate its human rights discourse to go beyond eurocentric notions and focus on...
10 Dec, 2019
Under the garb of protecting minorities, the Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2019...
10 Dec, 2019
After the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, attempts were made to understand the effects of methyl isocyanide so...
05 Dec, 2019
By inviting private capital and adopting an urbanisation plan that caters to the affluent, India’s...
29 Nov, 2019
The Anti-Defection Law has several loopholes that obstruct the democratic functioning of the...
28 Nov, 2019
India’s sex ratio at birth has worsened considerably since 1951; however, successive governments...
22 Nov, 2019
As a whole, successive governments have found it hard to meet the targets set out by themselves...
14 Nov, 2019
In light of the recent protests at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, we explore the EPW Archives to...
14 Nov, 2019
While self-help groups are seen as vital to successful anti-poverty policies , they have failed to...
14 Nov, 2019
The government is either unwilling or incapable of implementing effective policies to tackle the...
12 Nov, 2019

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