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Today, in India, “deliberative democracy” is failing to translate into social, economic and...
The role of popular media in furthering the politics of the day cannot possibly be underestimated....
Tracing the journey of Bangladesh from a secular state to an Islamic state against the backdrop of...
With the spectacular victory of Bharatiya Janata Party in India, the notion of Hindutva and Hindu...
Charting out the new dimension of politics in Pakistan, Iqbal Singh Sevea describes the rise of the...
Much has been said and written about the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown on the Indian economy, the...
While this building material supports a shiny political campaign in the form of a silver brick laid...
Locating the ongoing migrant worker crisis in the politics of voice poverty and lack of access to...
Legislators need a firm reminder about the concept of “deliberative democracy” that forms an...
In the last few months, the digital community has effectively responded to the overwhelming changes...
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted workers globally. This article attempts to highlight the impact...

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