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


The non-performing asset ratio has been culled by tightening credit flows to productive sectors.
The skewed distribution of the top-ranking institutions demands immediate corrective actions.
Termination of affi rmative action can only coincide with the elimination of racial inequality.
Slump in the manufacturing sector and slack consumption demand remain major concerns.
Sedition laws need to be viewed in light of their political, and not merely legal, uses and abuses.
The ordinance shows the dismal view of the ruling party towards opposition-led state governments.
Averting accidents on the overloaded railway networks is easier said than done.
The inauguration of the new Parliament offsets the modern conception of public institutions.
The slump in foreign direct investments will further constrain the growth prospects.
The stagnation has emerged as a major constraint for accelerating investments and boosting growth.
The delay in the census and the stay over the caste survey in Bihar are ominous signs for good governance.
Mass politics has the potential to push the democratic struggle much beyond legal spheres.
The results of the Karnataka assembly elections signal a victory for a politics centred on social welfare.
The so-called rationalisation is laying the foundation for a conceptually weak and burdensome curriculum.
Changing population dynamics will throw up major challenges to the economy and society.


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