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


Belligerence must halt and give way to a peaceful resolution to the Russia–Ukraine conflict.
The new NOS guidelines adversely affect the higher education aspirations of marginalised students.
Does the trade pact with the United Arab Emirates indicate a policy shift towards a more liberal trade regime?
It is urgent to protect labour rights and ensure minimum wages and social security benefits.
Launching a central bank digital currency should be the prerogative of the Reserve Bank of India.
Higher allocations for a few infrastructure sectors will not kick-start a virtuous cycle of investments.
Improving agriculture incomes and boosting consumer demand must be the top priorities.
Reforestation or afforestation should aim at providing carbon sink and a much-needed biodiversity.
The huge interstate disparities and glacial pace of improvement further add to the problems.
Caste consciousness imposes moral limits on preferential hiring in the mid-day meal schemes.
To benefit the farmers green box subsidies may be given.
Excessive dependence on markets can result in even greater inequality and warped outcomes.
Strengthening the pandemic-devastated state finances will help boost both welfare and growth.
Capital punishment is untenable within a normative frame of non-violence meant to address social violence.
The frequent promulgation of ordinances is detrimental for a constitutional democracy.


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