This article will assess the Personal Data Protection Bill (2019) in the context of its impact on the privacy of individual citizens’ data. It will outline the rights awarded to individuals over their data, the obligation data fiduciaries (corporations) have when processing data, and the exemptions in the bill allowing the Central Government to process personal data without needing to obtain consent.
Tamil Nadu has rapidly progressed over time and now is called the most industrialized state in the country. The state’s politics is characterized by policy consistency which plays an integral role in the tremendous progress. This article explores some of the major interventions that have contributed to industrial growth and some glorious Investment Indexes that reaffirm the same.
This article seeks to deconstruct why women voluntarily choose to get recruited to terror organizations, using Al-Shabaab in Kenya as a case study. It focuses on the roles played by women in such organizations and tries to unearth the fine line between volition and coercion by looking at various tactics employed by recruiters.
This article aims to track India’s reaction to recent development in Myanmar by understanding its interests in Myanmar and strategic consideration that forced it to deny refugees from Myanmar. It also sees the trend of India granting asylum and its international and constitutional obligations.
This article examines the implications of the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan on India.
In this edition of Talk Point, we talk to Ms. Isha Sharma, General Secretary of Organisation for Youth and Elderly (OYE). She talks about elder abuse in India, and how her organization has helped address this issue in India.
In this edition of Vichaar, Dr. Indranil Mukhopadhyay talks about financial insecurity in terms of access to healthcare amongst senior citizens, and how inequality plays a role in denying access to the same. He also talks about the insurance markets in India and ways the Government can achieve Universal Healthcare in India.
In this edition of Nazariya, the economic aspects and the feasibility of a all-encompassing social security scheme for senior citizens is discussed. Some of the already existing programmes are evaluated, and recommendations suggested.
In this month’s edition of Awaaz In Focus, Mr. Himanshu Rath, Founder and Chairman of the Agewell Foundation about effects of financial insecurities on senior citizens in India. He also talks about job opportunities available to them after retirement, and the need to “re-skill”, or “re-tool” senior citizens to get more job opportunities.
This introductory article talks about the issue of financial insecurity amongst the senior citizens of India. It also briefly discusses how retirement and pension benefits do not reach senior citizens, and how government policies needs major changes to accommodate everyone concerned.
This article analyses the recent decision around the privatisation of COVID-19 vaccines in India. It provides insights into the pros and cons of the decisions, focusing on the potential of a public-private partnership in the world’s largest inoculation drive.
Gamification in learning is a great solution for challenges related to student motivation. It optimizes the student’s learning and adds a fun element for effective learning. As a result, students get purposefully engaged and even achieve better academic results. This article aims to analyze the advantages of such learning in the education system.