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


The number of Dalits, Adivasis and Muslims in jail is far higher than their proportion in the population.
Respect for the party workers’ efforts is the pre-eminent condition to realise inner-party democracy .
Only bold interventions by the government can ensure a quick recovery of the economy.
The outcome of procedural justice involves both cost for some and benefits for others.
Women’s right to property ownership becomes right when it yields concrete results in women’s favour.
Every expansion of capitalist development underlies and renews new forms of inequality.
The abrogation of Article 370, after a year, continues to elude democratic experience and aspirations.
Integrated and long-term solutions are needed to mitigate the adverse impacts of floods.
The new National Education Policy creates problems at all levels of education.
Judicial intervention into the deadlock of defection has only caused further confusion and instability.
Market integration will remain a pipedream without structural changes in agricultural markets.
The pandemic and lockdown have been particularly hard on those at society’s margins.
The costs of the pandemic disproportionately fall on labour.
Increased fuel taxation during the pandemic puts commoners’ lives into further quandary.
Sections of Indian society are complicit in tolerating custodial torture and killings.


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