In this article, Anuraag talks about the possible impacts of the GSP withdrawal on India.
In this 2nd article of the two article series, Shubhalakshmi elaborates on impact of social media on agricultural economy.
In this article, Rahul talks about how the Sabarimala decision by SC has ignited a debate about equality and religious beliefs.
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In this article, Dhairya talks about some of the major decisions taken by the Modi Government so far.
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Through this article Lakshya Gupta, the author, gives a brief of the recent judgment by the Supreme Court upholding the IBC to be constitutionally valid in its entirety.
In this article the author discusses the gig economy & the rise of non-traditional work. The piece also elucidates how the sharing economy is growing by leaps & bounds & reshaping the job market.
By Shorya Choudhary The very first line on the Rajiv Awas Yojana (this scheme has now been subsumed under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Urban) website
This article by Niharika Yadav summarises India’s Interim Budget 2019. It delves into the pros and cons of the new policies and discusses their possible outcomes along with the critique it has received from analysts and professionals.
The following paper deals with the review of the book ‘Moral Economy’ written by Samuel Bowles which was published in 2016. The paper uses critical and constructive analyses to extract crucial insights. It summarizes the major theme of the book and discusses the relevant evidence that is put forward in the book to convey the message. Then, it discusses major experiments used in the book to justify the arguments that the author is trying to make for the stakeholders of the state. Finally, before the conclusion, a critical view has been presented to showcase what alternative argument could be presented to the hypothesis presented in the book.
In this article, Gayatri Virmani critically analyses the relevance and effectiveness of Article 47 (the intoxication of drinks). She highlights how the negative impacts of the ban on alcohol on national highways and in some states, Bihar in particular, outweigh the positive impacts, concluding that imposing a ban on alcohol is in direct violation of an individual’s right to life and liberty.
In this article, Professor Sudip Patra discusses the idea of number operators, borrowed from quantum field theory, and used in modelling financial market scenarios.
Through this article, Pallavi Mall aims to show the social significance that inheritance plays, however, inheritance remains deeply problematic since the concept of inheritance perpetuates inequality and the concentration of wealth.