A few months ago, one seemingly insignificant case of wrongly diagnosed flu, brought the entire world to a screeching halt. Grocery shortages, a giant exodus
In the panel discussion the panelists explore the impact of COVID 19 on the education system. This panel comprises of Akriti Bhatia, Founder and Director
Historically, inequality in access to education has been a crucial instrument in reinforcing and maintaining social stratification. Even today, class, caste, gender and other social
This article aims to analyze the situation of migrant workers owing to the lockdowns and analyses their human rights which are being vehemently ignored by the countries or states they are stranded in.
River linking is based on the basic principle that surplus water in one basin can be diverted to water deficient drainage basins. While this may seem logically sound, this makes for bad science. Since the very inception of this project, several aspects of geology, hydrology, and ecology have not been taken seriously in either government policy or the public discourse surrounding this project.
The author discusses the issue surrounding our waste management systems trough the lens of the pandemic given the added burden of medical waste disposal. The article concludes with suggestions that could help in tackling this problem in hope for a cleaner environment, if not a virus-free one.
In this article, Amisha Singh looks at one of the most important international institutions, the Security Council, and how the shortcomings of this prestigious institution have been highlighted by its handling of the Corona-virus pandemic.
The diamond industry which has been fueled by an artificial supply shortage, while surprisingly maintaining relatively stable high prices. However, the onset of the coronavirus pandemic has turned the seemingly stable industry on its head.
In this article, Akanksha Mishra discusses the effectiveness of the International Court of Justice and its ruling, paying special attention to its policy of consensual jurisdiction.
This article explores debt management through monetisation of debts, theoretical causation of inflationary pressures as a consequence of growing fiscal deficits and how fiscal deficit affects the interaction of fiscal-monetary policies?
The author discusses the talk around the failure of the agricultural sector to keep up with the 1991 reforms that opened the gates of India to the outside world. From price volatility through shrinking farm sizes to trade liberalization, the article expounds upon various obstacles faced by this sector under the newly globalized India.
This article critically analyzes how the recent Supreme Court judgment of coparcenary property rights for women is trying to resolve the patriarchal norm in the society.