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Commentary

Commentary
The draft of India’s Digital Data Protection Bill, 2022 has been criticised for diluting the provisions and safeguards provided in previous drafts. This article analyses the draft bill from an...
Affiliated colleges, as per the National Education Policy 2020, shall be integrated, merged, and consolidated into autonomous institutions or clustered universities. This new process could,...
Marked by incoherence, conflict with the other laws covering the field, and undefined expressions, the Forest (Conservation) Amendment Act is not only an affront to the rule of law but a vehicle for...
There is a high correlation between wealth and greenhouse gas emissions. Changing geopolitics over clean energy is replacing fossil fuel-based global power structures. Climate change is the new...
This article looks at the asymmetry embedded within the classification of micro, small and medium enter­prises that distorts equitable policy attention to the sector. Around 99% of MSMEs are...
The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the global economy into a multisectoral crisis. The situation demanded that nation states respond swiftly by formulating funding mechanisms. However, most economies...
The National Family Health Survey collects data on landownership by gender through a woman’s questionnaire and a household questionnaire. The WQ figures were found to be highly inflated and showing...
We evaluate the impact of the electronic point of sale machines installed in fair price shops in India in improving the nutritional status of the beneficiaries using statewise data from the National...
Conceptual and operational issues for constructing multidimensional poverty indices in India are discussed and the possibilities of its application for strategic interventions are examined in this...
In India, the lowest tier of the judiciary is recruited through competitive examinations held by the state’s high courts or public service commissions. Until 2002, there was a three-year experience...
The Kashmir Valley is an abode to countless number of migrants from different states and union territories of India. The present study throws light on the impact of conflict on these migrants along...
This article examines the livelihood vulnerability experienced by the informal workers in Kerala in terms of employment and income shortfalls during the first three months of the COVID-19 crisis. A...
Between April and July 2022, there emerged in southern Sri Lanka an unprecedented political uprising in the modern history of the country—the Aragalaya movement. It brought together a new alliance of...
Identification of poor households, the missing domain of multidimensional poverty, and fiscal viability are the major challenges before Nyuntam Aay Yojana.
Global capitalism, having suffered a set­back due to the pandemic, will not succumb to a self-liquidation but is likely to become more predatory in nature aided by a corporate-friendly Indian state...

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