Report from the States

A ground-level survey of the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana in Jharkhand reveals that the scheme...
The lives of the Agariyas are filled with trials and tribulations, and every day, they wake up with...
Water pollution has emerged as an area of concern in rapidly growing cities in India. With...
Villagers in Tiruppur district in Tamil Nadu, India’s largest knitwear manufacturing and export hub...
Bengaluru has earned the moniker of “Silicon Valley of India,” but this glosses over a reality that...
This article highlights how, due to the lack of a strict legal framework and the regulation of...
The voices of opposition against the excesses towards minorites in present-day Assam are...
Instead of looking at Aadhaar as a technological “fix” to the problems of welfare delivery systems...
There was a high prevalence of malnutrition among over a hundred children who suffered and...
The term “smart city” in India has come to have a life of its own, and even though it is just...

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