In this book review, Aabhinav talks about the book “Coming out as a Dalit” by Yashica Dutt.
Through this article, Professor Ashit Kumar Srivastava explores the idea of privacy, it’s relationship with AADHAR and how it links to Constitutionalism. The article also looks at judgements from the U.S Supreme Court and relies on them to further elucidate on the concept of informational security. Read on more to find out..
In the book, Shahid Javed Burki, a Pakistani economist and social scientist talks about how India and other South Asian Countries could benefit from the new world order if they play their regional cooperation card carefully. As reviewed by Aditi Khemani.
What does the post-Brexit aftermath imply for India? Richa Sekhani poses the question for India to assess what the possible short and long term implications can
In the past few decades, rapid development in the information and telecommunications sector has greatly impacted the way we live- especially with the growing importance
In this article, Deepanshu Mohan speaks of the need to unlearn the theoretical neo-liberalist idea of inclusive growth, to delve into a more pragmatic approach where growth and redistribution are hinged on to each other, and how government interference is imperative to purge growth inequalities that stemmed out from the pro-market policies.
Despite Haryana’s infamous skewed sex ratio and terrible treatment of women, Malayali women are marrying Haryanvi men. S.Irudaya Rajan and Sharada Srinivasan explore the strange
In this article, Ashwath Komath revisits the arguments for the Make in India programme, nearly two years since its conception, to assess whether it is
In this article, the migration expert, Dr. Irudaya Rajan argues for a stronger and better coordinated migration policy which focuses on the well-being of Indian
Kalyani Unkule raises a valid concern about the maintenance of the Kohinoor diamond in India, given its intriguing history and proposes an alternate way to
A piece on India’s ailing electronics manufacturing sector by Deepanshu Mohan and Mehak Malhotra argues that unintended oversight in a hurried liberalisation policy as
In this essay, Kalyani Jain outlines two different economic programs ‘Make in India’ and ‘Made in India’; one the government has and another the government