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Commentary

Commentary
This article presents a comparative analysis of poverty reduction and pro-poorness of growth in Gujarat and Tamil Nadu during the post-reform period. We use the unit-level data of the Consumer...
The people’s mandate in favour of the Bharatiya Janata Party has consolidated the aggressive, masculine, and religious majoritarianism of the “new India” cherished by the Sangh Parivar. This further...
In the context of opposition to the introduction of eggs in the mid-day meals scheme in Karnataka, the article delves into how the nutritional policy in the state has been held hostage by dubious...
The water sector in India and vested interests in it have always been averse to change. We have now reached a point where diffi cult decisions must be taken if we are to avoid an increasing number of...
This article aims to re-evaluate the infl uence the Greeks and especially Aristotle have had on Jürgen Habermas’s thought via Hannah Arendt. The purpose of such a reassessment is to argue that...
This article explains how banks can use their forward-looking internal credit risk estimates and apply on loan cash fl ows over different time horizons and assess the impact on loss provisions. Such...
Using an accounting framework, this article simulates the evolution of the debt ratio based on four policy interventions. It recommends pursuing an expansionary monetary policy combined with an...
Despite substantial socio-economic disparities in health, education, and nutrition outcomes, the government is pitching human development expenditure against capital expenditure. In a welfare state,...
The article argues that the Government of India must set a realistic initial public offer price band for the Life Insurance Corporation, taking into account the insurer’s risks and weaknesses. The...
While producing “cheap” nature, capitalism produces climate change that challenges the entire process of capitalising nature. The system responds by creating “solutions” such as climate-smart...
The University Grants Commission guidelines for pursuing two degrees simultaneously in April 2022 are said to provide multiple pathways of multidisciplinary learning. Pursuing two degrees...
The Arctic policy is a nascent step forward in the articulation of India’s Arctic interests since the draft Arctic policy in 2020 and being accorded the observer status in the Arctic Council. However...
The success of the newly announced “bad bank” or the National Asset Reconstruction Company Ltd will depend on its ability to maximise recovery with minimum costs. Three major conditions are critical...
To contain the spread of COVID-19, the government resorted to several lockdowns and restrictions on economic activities. The first victims of job lay-offs have been the people working in the...

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