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Letters

“Why do you think not enough women are in the workforce, in spite of the fact that more women are studying today?” I was asked this question in an interview panel that included the vice chancellor of....

With India’s oldest worker cooperative starting its centennial celebrations in 2024, realising the value of alternative en trepreneurial models could prove to be a potent way to co-create systems of....

Micromanagement at the workplace poses more than just an annoyance in today’s professional world with knowledgeable and competent professionals capable of doing their duties well without much....

The 2024 Lok Sabha elections carry profound implications for the nation’s environmental future amid escalating climate challenges and extreme weather phenomena. India finds itself at a critical....

The transition of India’s labour market demographics has been a subject of discourse in recent decades. With a drastic decline in female labour force participation over the last 15 years, India....

Between me and the other world, there is ever an unasked question: unasked by some through feelings of delicacy, by others, through the difficulty of rightly framing it. Instead of saying it directly....

Elections are crucial times when minority communities wield significant power, publicly showcasing their ability to negotiate with politicians and political parties through their collective demands....

This letter is in response to the editorial titled “Is NET Suitable for Assessing PhD Admissions?” (EPW, 13 April 2024). It argued that the new guidelines of the University Grants Commission (UGC)....

In the complex tapestry of India’s criminal justice system, the intertwining threads of mental healthcare and incarceration present a particularly challenging weave. The Mental Health Act of 1987....

Suffrage movements of the 19th century in Western democracies gained momentum for their insistence on “one person, one vote, one value.” Up to 1976, India was also precautious about this democratic....

On 20 March 2024, the United Nations (UN) released the World Happiness Report 2024, revealing that Finland has secured its position as the happiest nation for the seventh consecutive year. Meanwhile....

Despite its persistent success at the national level, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has consistently failed to build inroads in Kerala. Uniquely, the competition between liberal and subaltern....

The Kannada Language Comprehensive Development (Amendment) Bill, 2024, which mandates that 60% of the signboards of business and commercial establishments use Kannada, was recently passed by the....

In the last 50 years, Bengaluru has seen a massive surge in urban development, shooting up by 1,055% from a mere 8% in 1973 to a staggering 93.3% in 2023. This rapid growth has taken a toll on the....

Argentina obtained membership in the multilateral organisation of the world’s major developing economies, that is, Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS), in its 15th summit on August....