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Perspectives

The populist turn in Indian politics is not new. Yet, its ascendance since 2011 has been emphasised by many as the beginning of a new era in which the leader’s image precedes the party. Although....

It would be no exaggeration to assert that the dominant political economic system across the globe today is that of the capitalist market system. Even the most prominent communist regimes of Russia....

The Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021 (IT Rules, henceforth), have been amended via a notification dated 6 April 2023 to include the....

India since its independence and more so from the 1990s has concurrently with economic development made improvements in quality-of-life indicators such as literacy, education, health, associated....

A clarion call for Viksit Bharat @2047 by the Prime Minister represents his long-term aspiration to transform India into a developed nation by 2047. There is no standard definition of a developed....

A family as an institution is the foundation of any society and a central factor in determining the future of children. The importance of family and the subsequent parent–child relationship is....

The shopping experience for many women is often shaped by the “pi nk tax” whereby products which are almost identical bear a higher price tag making it abundantly clear that femininity com e s at a....

Buy now, pay later (BNPL) is a rapidly growing financial product worldwide. The growth in the segment has spurred a flurry of consolidation and strategic partnerships between existing and new BNPL....

The Sangh Parivar believes that since ancient times, India has been a great Hindu civilisation, producing the greatest literature, science, and mathematics. It also believes that India was the biggest....

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the global economy due to supply-side limitations, and it has spread to the demand side via job losses, health risks, and heightened future uncertainty. Anecdotal....

The catchphrase of “one nation, one election” has lately entered India’s political lexicon. It represents an ambitious proposal envisioned by the current union government aiming to “harmonise polls”....

The study focuses on the early marriage of the girl child in India using the fifth round of the National Family Health Survey. There are only nine states where maximum cases of a woman being married....

In his analysis of the neo-liberal counter-revolution of the late 1970s and early 1980s in the United Kingdom (UK), Stuart Hall (1980) summarised a long line of Marxist debate about crisis. He....

Southeast Asia and India have a long history of extensive political, economic, and cultural exchanges. In the Arakan region of Burma, many Indian languages were patronised, and literature produced in....

In 2020, the Government of Andhra Pradesh (GoAP) established Rythu Bharosa Kendras (RBKs) (Farmer Assurance Centres) in all the panchayat villages (10,778, covering 70 lakh farmers) of the state to....