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The surprising relevance of a 20th Century economist in the age of global warming and climate change
The timely appointment of an officially recognised Leader of opposition is crucial for maintaining...
Bengaluru has been depending on ad-hoc service providers to meet its waste management requirements...
In the light of the 2019 Lok Sabha election, the declining performance of the left in national...
This article discusses the legal jurisprudence and policies affecting a prisoner’s right to express...
The 2019 cricket World Cup has fewer teams participating in it than in the last three World Cups,...
Indonesia's recently concluded elections question the President's liberal and secular character.
Denying prisoners their right to vote undermines law and policy that is meant to rehabilitate and...
This paper on the draft National Education Policy 2019, examines its timeframe and the possible...
In India, the debates around prison reforms and rights of prisoners have been very limited. Through...
Everyday acts of resilience of ordinary women do not necessarily aim to overthrow existing...
In the schema of realist international politics, where political relationships between aspiring...
In order to promote women’s participation in the workforce, the Maternity Benefit Act, 1961, was...
State-driven forest management has essentially been about expropriation for powerful interests....

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More importance should be given to recovering the stories of marginalised people who were involved in the struggle for independence.  
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