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Urbanisation is an ongoing transformation of traditionalistic rural economies to modern commercial or industrial ones. In 2010, India accounted for 11% of the world’s urban population. The United....

The recent developments in and around the issue of neo-liberalism and its capability towards ensuring the inclusive development of the marginalised sections attracted an overwhelming debate in India....

Indian environmentalism, faced by aggressive developmentalism, is in retreat even as people, baked by the heat wave of the summer of 2016, confronted with serious water scarcities, are becoming ever....

Formal reconstruction efforts began and thousands of Nepalis remained at risk after the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in 2015, which destroyed lives, homes and livelihoods. Just two years prior to that....

Pakistan is a predominantly (96.28%) Muslim country (Census-R 2004) carved out in 1947 by partitioning British India. As the naming process in Pakistan is strongly influenced by Islam, high-ranking....

It has been more than two decades since the Mandal Commission report was accepted but the view that reservation is an unfair privilege given to the backward classes has not changed. In fact it has....

India’s contemporary gross domestic product (GDP) growth is considered remarkable, perhaps even a miracle. Her GDP growth rate is considered one bright spot of economic data in an otherwise gloomy....

Some significant events took place at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi at the beginning of this year. As the dust settles, reflective evaluations have begun appearing. According to....

There is a symbiotic relationship between financial sector development and economic growth. Financial inclusion is an important process in enabling people to exit poverty by transforming their....

Considered as one of the best examples of regional integration (RI), the European Union (EU) is presently facing a number of crises that are making citizens of Europe wary about its policy objectives....

This article examines the structure of Pakistan’s ruling classes, their relationship to the state, and how the nature of these relationships have shifted significantly in certain regards over the past....

Akbar Zaidi (2014) initiated a much-needed project to rethink the political economy of Pakistan in the light of recent geostrategic and political economy changes inside and around Pakistan. This....

Since the initiation of the millennium development goals (MDGs), India has become a locus of global health research, because its enormous population can let it play a major role in shaping global....

Of late, the educational level and enrolment of Muslim girls have shown a consistent rise in Maharashtra. With time, Muslim girls aspire to establish their rightful place in the society and the....

Between 1995 and 2014, more than 3,00,000 farmers—cultivators and agricultural labourers—have committed suicide in India. This is roughly equivalent to a staggering figure of one farmer suicide every....