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Editorials
The Pandora Papers reiterate how tax havens continue to derail the global tax system.
The incident in Lakhimpur Kheri marks a violent disregard for dissent and endangers democracy.
Systemic discrimination and prejudice against a community has led to dehumanising violence.
Can cryptocurrencies emerge as a competition to national currencies?
To dismiss the elevation of Charanjit Singh Channi as a mere political gimmick would be wrong.
Changing chief ministers reflects a deep damage to substantive accountability in a democracy.
Ironically, agricultural households now earn “more” income from wages than from crop farming.
Ethnocracy and concentration of power can derail even an affluent nation.
Recognising social and political fissures amidst a call for unity is essential.
It is a tragedy that the remnants of a dead body defi ne who a human is.
After three decades of disinvestment or privatisation of public sector enterprises’ assets, the Government of India has upped the ante and now rolled out a programme for the sale of services provided...
Worker’s organisations are crucial to the government’s planned labour policy measures.

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