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.
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.
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 this post, the authors trace the legal history of caste-based reservation in India, and contemplate the way forward.
Through this article, the author tries to elaborate on compulsory licensing as a legal instrument which can indirectly guarantee that the patients get access to essential commodities like life-saving drugs.
This post tries to see economics through the lens of feminism and understand the workings of gender roles in an economy.
In this article by Vrinda Bhandari, Renuka Sane and Bhargavi Zaveri, they examine the foundations required to make UIDAI work properly looking far beyond the public discourse on privacy concerns and the power “Aadhaar” gives to the government. Read On..
The author Madhulika, addresses the issue of unjust provisions in the code of bail and various other fallacies in the criminal jurisprudence. She explains how there is no fixed determination of the bail amount and consequently unreasonably high amounts of bail lead to an unjust system which only the wealthy class can escape.
Demonetisation was meant to widen India’s tax base and increase our abysmally low tax-GDP ratio. The government could further this aim in more concrete ways
Through this article, Deepanshu Mohan expresses his concerns about the unsatisfactory approaches adopted by most educational institutions towards learning Economics, and lists out the factors
In this article, Atharva argues that despite the availability of abundance of mineral reserves in Africa, the country depends on foreign economic actors and investments
In two essays, Ashit Srivastava looks at two aspects of the debate revolving around the two schools of thought, Libertarianism and Socialism: Right to Property