ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Commentary

Commentary
Despite their stellar role during the COVID-19 pandemic, ASHA workers face neglect and discrimination by a callous government that draws upon the free labour of women. It is therefore not surprising...
While Madhya Pradesh is an acknowledged leader in implementing the Biological Diversity Act, 2002, operationalising the local-level biodiversity management committees is a continuous challenge. The...
With there being almost no housing policies for lower income migrant workers in the country, Kerala has attempted to address this problem by introducing a state-level housing policy called Apna Ghar...
Given the political churning taking place in Punjab, the electoral scene may remain quite fl uid until the votes are counted and perhaps even after the results are declared. Nevertheless, the current...
Discussions on the concept of independence and liberation are essential in the democratisation of politics in Goa. The foundation of Goa’s electoral politics stems from the politics of liberation...
The purpose of this article is to address some of the lacunae in the scale-based framework proposed by the Reserve Bank of India in a discussion paper on non-banking financial companies that have...
Two instances of trust deficit during the COVID-19 pandemic reveal that trust-building is a process based on past experiences of people, built through engagement with institutions and service...
The principal implications of the 105th amendment to the Constitution are discussed, which is an issue bristling with explosive potential.
India ranks among a handful of countries in West Asia, North Africa, and South Asia to have the lowest female labour force participation rates in the world. The LFPR has further been declining for...
The article provides three arguments why the proportionality principle is best suited to review fundamental rights in India. The author’s argument revolves around three central claims, namely the...
The Indian slip on the Global Hunger Index 2021 is being attributed by the government to the alleged methodological discrepancies involved in constructing the GHI. This article, to begin with,...
The fact sheets with key results of the National Family Health Survey-5, conducted in 2019–21, from 36 states/union territories were released recently by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare,...
If governance decisions are to be data centric, there is a need to ensure a system of decentralised robust and reliable database. Data-based governance requires not just validated and scientific data...
In October 2020, the Bharatiya Janata Party-controlled Parliament had, in a tearing hurry, passed the remaining three labour codes— the Industrial Relations Code, Code on Social Security, and Code on...
With a humble persona and unmatched leadership, M S Gore was an eminent scholar and administrator. On his birth centenary, his strides in both academia and in leadership positions are detailed.

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