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


The desire to stay in power undermines the decency of legislative institutions.
Linking beneficiary ratio to the last census numbers excludes around 10 crore eligible claimants.
The recent bill passed in Parliament deems the elected government of Delhi irrelevant.
The protests opposing the privatisation of the Vizag Steel Plant challenge the dilution of the “public sector.”
Privatisation is no solution to the problems of the banking sector.
The employment quota for locals is politically repugnant and also vexing for the economy.
While ensuring the accountability of big tech, the IT rules must not stifle free speech.
Governmentalising schemes in favour of a privileged caste defeats the principle of justice.
Mass privatisation and monetisation of public assets will push the country into yet another crisis.
The National Democratic Alliance has now consolidated policies for the unbridled growth of corporates.
Convoluted petrol and diesel taxes only fill central coffers at the expense of consumers and states.
Arrests represent the current dispensation’s tendency to use coercion over deliberation.
Democratising of financial trading fails to recognise the skewed character of finance markets.
And a trickle-down approach to reinstating livelihoods will mean a K -shaped recovery.
Farmers’ refusal of the Supreme Court committee marks an astute recognition of democratic values.


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