ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Editorials

The new alliance is reconfigured around the prospect of democratic politics, but its realisation may face challenges.
A damning critique does not allow India to remain self-complacent on the economic and health fronts.

Commentary

Without employment providing a structure in people’s lives and with technology replacing many human activities, our societies will likely shift towards more individualistic entities with less human interaction.

Book Reviews

Biotechnology for a Second Green Revolution in India: Socioeconomic, Political, and Public Policy Issues edited by N Chandrasekhara Rao, Carl E Pray and Ronald J Herring, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2018; pp 434, ₹ 1,495.

Review Issues

Maharashtra is heralded as one of the economically advanced states, but this illusion crashed under the attack of Covid-19 virus and economic deterioration is expected to follow.
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