Reading List

As Donald Trump’s presidency comes to a close, a reexamination of his domestic and foreign policy...
20 Jan, 2021
The law punishing contempt of court leaves ample room for interpretation at the discretion of...
04 Jan, 2021
The new proposal by an RBI Internal Working Group to allow large corporate/industrial houses to...
20 Dec, 2020
In light of the renewed demand from certain sections of society to enact laws against religious...
14 Dec, 2020
In September 2020, the Bharatiya Janata Party government pushed the passage of three farm bills in...
11 Dec, 2020
Sen exemplified how grounded struggles for feminist change and rich academic scholarship that...
16 Aug, 2020
Apartheid cannot be looked upon as an event in history, but rather as a system that continues to...
17 Jul, 2020
The British Raj, by attempting to reduce the diversity of the Indian populace into numbers that...
10 Jul, 2020
Protecting the right of innovators and adhering to the universal right to food security is a...
22 Apr, 2020
There are many dimensions to domestic violence, including the gendered division of domestic work,...
17 Apr, 2020
In the current COVID-19 crisis, data has become crucial to follow the spread of the virus and the...
09 Apr, 2020
The West, including world leaders and international organisations, needs to be more accountable for...
07 Apr, 2020
Khor contributed greatly to the development  discourse of the global South. He also wrote...
03 Apr, 2020
India’s disaster management framework is perilously inadequate, despite lessons from repeated...
02 Apr, 2020

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