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Editorials

High-income countries now account for a more substantial share of international flows.

Internally displaced people often lose out on their civil rights in the absence of a rehabilitation policy.

Awareness of ideologies and policy programmes can be an antidote to the divisive political discourse.

The goods and services tax revenues are yet to achieve the levels reached in the previous tax regime.

Transparent functioning of the election commission is vital to maintain voters’ trust and dispel conspiracy theories.

The savings and investment constraints shackle India’s medium-term prospects.

Improved performance in university rankings should lead to increased spending on higher education.

Politics of arousing passions seeks to thwart the yearnings for a society based on compassion.

India needs policies to ensure that the fertility levels do not go below that of richer nations.

The real gains are far less spectacular than what the burgeoning nominal numbers indicate.

An MCQ -based exam does not comprehensively test a candidate’s research and analytical skills.

The labour market has failed to deliver adequate decent work opportunities or improve livelihoods.

India’s human development efforts have lost momentum and failed to keep up with the competition.

Revelations surrounding electoral bonds have put a question mark on the fairness of the electoral process.

Non-lethal mitigation strategies offer humane and cruelty-free solutions for human–wildlife conflicts.