The following article written by Professor Ashit Kumar Srivastava is a part of series of article on Sabrimala judgment. He dedicates the article to Prashant Thakur and Anunay Sharma (Himachal brothers). Read on to know what the author has to say about the judgement.
In this article, the author Lakshita Singh looks at the points of departure and continuity in the NITI Aayog from its predecessor, the Planning Commission.
In this post, Ankit Malhotra examines populism in Asia in light of populism in other parts of the world.
This article by Tarini Mehtani explores the opposing definitions of identity which are shaping French and US nationalist politics today. In today’s multicultural world, how a country deals with cultural differences to unite its people will impact not only the present but also the future’s political atmosphere.
This poem by Nidhi Chaudhary is a description of 8th November 2016, how the nation was startled by a prompt demonetisation without any notice. It wraps itself up with the beauty of Unity and Tolerance in India. The developing nation is all about synergy, faith and co-operation
In the following article, Professor Sudip Patra talks about the far reaching internal imbalances caused by the myopic pursuit of incentive compatibility. He also points out at the intrinsic limitations of the market and tries to create awareness about the limitations of market based solutions. Read on to know more….
Parvaz Lamba is currently in his final year of the five-year law programme at Jindal Global Law School. In this interview, he looks back at life in JGU, his internship experiences in Kashmir, the most important influences in his life, and talks to us about the road ahead for him.
In his recent article, Ganesh Bhaskar Lata talk about whether there actually is a lack of oil? This paper in that sense seeks to argue that oil reserves are not decreasing at a rapid rate and there are reserves left.
In this post, the authors trace the legal history of caste-based reservation in India, and contemplate the way forward.
Through his latest article, Danish MC revisits the bond between Kerala and the middle eastern countries which was showcased during the recent floods in the state.
The Monthly Newsletter of Nickeled & Dimed and Centre for New Economic Studies (CNES) have been released for the months of July- August 2018! Check
The Monthly Newsletter of Nickeled & Dimed and Centre for New Economic Studies (CNES) have been released for the months of June- July 2018! Check