Evolving Secularism: An Enquiry into its Different Forms

Various aspects of secularism can be found throughout the history of various rulers and empires, from the Maurya Empire under Ashoka to that of modern-day India and more radically in that of Turkey. Therefore, the evolution of secularism in the past, and more importantly its applicability in different societies in the present, through different means, is the aspect we will try to address.

Dichotomy Between Environment and Development: Analysis of Char Dham Project Judgement

The tussle between environment and development has been existing since the beginning of industrialisation and will continue to exist. Sustainable development is found to be the middle ground or the binding force between these polarised realms. But what does this principle entails? Has it been carved out well by the judiciary? The article attempts to answer these by examining the judgement on government initiated Char Dham Project.

With New PM Shehbaz Sharif Sworn in, a Look at what Lies Ahead for Pakistan

New Pakistan PM, Shehbaz Sharif’s key priorities will be addressing the country’s economic challenges, keeping a disparate coalition of right-wing and left-leaning parties together and a foreign policy less hostile to the west. While with India, people-to-people ties could get a boost and there is scope for resumption of bilateral trade via the Wagah-Attari land crossing. However, Sharif has limited political capital for any big ticket initiatives.

Health infrastructure of Rural Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is a hilly state in northern India and because of its physiography, it creates a barrier to health service diffusion and accessibility. Despite performing admirably, the state nevertheless has healthcare difficulties such as a lack of medical personnel and inadequate infrastructure. This article compares the state’s rural health infrastructure to those of other hilly states and attempts to understand the reasons for the region’s current healthcare issues.

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