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The labour codes reveal less consultation and more government assertion at the expense of workers.
India can only wait patiently and watch the situation in Afghanistan before initiating any action.
The Taliban takeover cannot be understood outside the hegemonic economic and geopolitical interests.
Criminalisation of sedition is normatively inconsistent with the value framework of democracy.
The bill regulating the use of DNA technology callously enters a very sensitive terrain.
Proposed amendments in the Cinematograph Bill, 2021 are a regressive step in many ways.
It is imperative that the inhuman blockade imposed by the United States is lifted.
In enabling us to acknowledge differences, and developing skills of thinking and analysis, history matters.
For Kashmir-based parties, restoration of political process is tagged with restoration of statehood.
China’s role in reconfiguring global interdependence has evoked renewed imperialist paranoia.
The recent sessions court judgment reveals a deeply embedded caste-patriarchal understanding of victimhood.
India needs decentralised oxygen plants to meet healthcare requirements in the future.
The vulnerability of our criminal justice system stands exposed in the second COVID -19 wave.
India’s COVID -19 vaccine policy betrays a lack of vision and social responsibility.
To truly close the gender gap, gender equality must be mainstreamed into economic policymaking.


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