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Reconceptualising Women’s Work in the the National Sample Survey
A good approach to build a new framework for measuring women’s work better is for the National Statistical Office to accept the definitions and categories recommended in 2013 by the 19th…
Supreme Court Endorses Enhanced Powers of Enforcement Directorate
The court accepted the government’s contention that the ED's powers did not need further checks to place it at par with the standards of justice applied in other criminal trials.
The Narmada Andolan in the Words of Adivasi Leaders
An account of the Narmada Bachao Andolan’s activities woven from the memories of two Adivasi activists, who were in the midst of it all, provides rich insights into the movement and gives voice to…
Sahir Ludhianvi's Song for a 'New India': Circa 2022
Sahir's lyrics for the Hindi film 'Didi' (1959) continue to have great contemporary relevance.
The Quiet Violence of the Remaking of Mumbai
An online exhibition on the transformation of Mumbai explores how the marginalised populations in the city have experienced the upheavals and how they have responded.
Are We Ready for the Digital University?
The government is pushing ahead with its plans for a digital university; elsewhere it is pressing universities to offer online courses. Norms are being diluted and EdTech is becoming a central player…
India that is not a Hindu Rashtra
What India needs now is not a ‘Bharat’ of ‘Indic Consciousness’, but a Union of States that will deliver gender equality, climate justice and social inclusion.
The Message from Agnipath: India Can’t Afford the Military it Needs
The signals that the Agnipath scheme sends to India’s adversaries is that under the current dispensation India is unable to provide for the armed forces what the country needs to meet its strategic…
The Right Lessons to Draw as India Overtakes China's Population
India will become the world’s most populous country earlier than anticipated. It would however be counterproductive to take coercive steps towards population control.
Christophe Z. Guilmoto
Writers, Literatures, and Lessons from the Margins
Conversations between writers across India reveal similar processes of marginalisation spanning multiple communities. These insights offer ways for mutually empathetic relationships between people of…