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On 2 August 2022, a two-judge bench of the Supreme Court delivered its verdict in the case of Satyajit Kumar and Ors v the State of Jharkhand and Ors (2022). The main issue dealt in the appeal is the constitutional validity of the 100% reservations...
In April 2022, Supriya Sule, a member of Parliament from the Nationalist Congress Party, introduced a private member’s bill in the Lok Sabha seeking a debate to amend the Special Marriage (Amendment) Bill, 2022. The bill sought to give equal...
Arguably, taking oath is an ethical virtue and perhaps also a device that, therefore, demands from the oath- taker an intense allegiance and firm commitment to norms and textualised principles that make political practices and the resultant social order decent....
Atul Bhardwaj writes: The city of Samarkand located in north-eastern Uzbekistan, one of the most important sites on the ancient Silk Routes traversing Central Asia, hosted the 22nd leaders’ summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) on 15–16 September. It was the first...
The National Health Accounts estimate for 2018–19 highlights the working of the sector, its changing structure and also the wide disparity in the level of healthcare spending across states. The major players in the healthcare sector are the private- and...

This reading list explores the history, impact and implications of the Unlawful Activities (...

The 1947 partition of British India on religious lines significantly impacted Hindustani classical...

The emerging strength of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa in high-technology trade is examined. Trends in high-technology trade in BRICS are reviewed, highlighting the hugely...
Given the public good characteristics of new technologies and especially those contributing to improved health, there is a strong case for state support for research and development and indeed for...
In this paper, an attempt is made to explore the elasticity of health insurance demand in India. Keeping in view the central and state government efforts as well as rural–urban disparities in the...
On one hand the BJP defines SC, BC castes as Hindus, and on the other hy banning beef denies them their age-old food habits. If beef is banned it will he the beginning of the end of the country's...
Poverty as a concept is closely related to inequality. Given the average income level, a higher level of inequality (reflected by the usual measures) will tend to be associated with a higher level of...
The assertion of autonomous dalit women's organisations in the 1990s threw up several crucial theoretical and political challenges, besides underlining the brahmanism of the feminist movement and the...
This paper examines the role of 'Hinduism' in the course of socio-historical development in the Indian subcontinent, how there has been a gradual process of construction of a 'Hindu', community and...

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It’s a time of sleepless days And angry nights. Human rights stripped away, Endless privilege on the other side. The news so dark – It keeps us up all night. We watch the country burn The flames, too...
The humanity of a “ghost” is revealed in the stories and memories surrounding a family-owned orchard.
South Korean boy band BTS brings people together and gives them a sense of belonging to a “Mikrokosmos,” a universe created for love, kindness and oneness.

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These quotes are taken from the article “ Debating Metro Car Shed: Lessons for Aarey Movement ” by Sulakshana Mahajan The article argues that the Aarey metro car shed is an attempt to make the best...
The crisis of COVID-19 vaccines in India is a consequence of government policies dating back decades. Private foundations led by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have engineered a shift in...
The government’s narrative on vaccination should reflect sincerity, truth and transparency.
India’s COVID -19 vaccine policy betrays a lack of vision and social responsibility.
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