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Migration has helped India weather many a crisis and also ushered in new challenges.
Consolidation of the white-supremacist far-right poses a persistent threat to Democracy.
With core inflation still sticky, any significant dip in consumer prices is very unlikely.
Work from home cannot be isolated from other types of work taking place in the home.
The sharp export slump will only weigh down on any incipient recovery.
Tackling gender and income disparities will boost India’s human development record.
ASHA workers’ resistance underscores recognising workers’ rights as central to reimagining public health.
In granting EUA to vaccines, both urgency and adherence to protocol should be taken into consideration.
The Wistron workers’ protest turning violent is indicative of deeper fissures in industrial relations.
Can the superstar provide traction to majoritarian politics in the Dravidian heartland?
Legal intervention in a democratic society should promote freedom of choosing a life partner.
The government intervention puts Indian agriculture in the grip of corporates.
Only greater stability and absorptive capacity can ensure productive use of funds.
Economic planning requires well preparedness to meet the challenge of a better growth rate.
Ownership of banks by industrial houses will cost the economy dearly.


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