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The government’s retreat on farm laws cannot be seen in isolation from the farmers’ commitment to democracy.
Large income and asset deficits disempower the disadvantaged castes.
Climate justice followed by climate finance are the prerequisites for the success of COP 26.
The Court needs to devise more effective ways to make the government accountable to citizen’s rights.
India has to accelerate efforts to improve the nutrition levels of the population.
The privatisation of Air India marks the gradual erosion of the public sector and inclusive employment.
To combat the coal shortage and prevent its recurrence, meticulous and efficient planning holds the key.
The Pandora Papers reiterate how tax havens continue to derail the global tax system.
The incident in Lakhimpur Kheri marks a violent disregard for dissent and endangers democracy.
Systemic discrimination and prejudice against a community has led to dehumanising violence.
Can cryptocurrencies emerge as a competition to national currencies?
To dismiss the elevation of Charanjit Singh Channi as a mere political gimmick would be wrong.
Changing chief ministers reflects a deep damage to substantive accountability in a democracy.
Ironically, agricultural households now earn “more” income from wages than from crop farming.
Ethnocracy and concentration of power can derail even an affluent nation.


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