Bharatiya Nyay Sanhita: Spurious Wine in a New Bottle

India, July 8 -- July usually brings excitement, relief from the intense heat, and hope. However, this year, it came with significant changes in laws affecting every citizen of this country, as well a... Read More

Demographic Dividend: More Humbug than Real

NEW DELHI, June 24 -- Ask any youth or school student about their career choice. Most will come up with popular answers like doctor, engineer, teacher, IAS officer, or IPS officer. If one travels to t... Read More

Palpable Hunger Despite Economic Growth

NEW DELHI, June 10 -- The Indian economy grew faster than expected during the last quarter of the fiscal year that ended March 31, 2024, registering a provisional growth rate of 8.2% for the full fina... Read More

Arrogance of Wealth: A Porsche-ed Society

NEW DELHI, May 27 -- In the wee hours of last Sunday morning, two people lost their lives in a road accident. They had been colleagues for a long time and had gone out for dinner. One of them had plan... Read More

Inclusive Education a Myth

NEW DELHI, May 13 -- Picture this: Dhani Ram (name changed), a rickshaw puller in a metro city, wishes to enrol his two children in a school. "Mein nhi padh paya to kya hua... mere bache padh likh ke ... Read More

Workers at the Receiving End

NEW DELHI, April 29 -- "We are forced to work for straight ten hours, standing on our feet, without any seating arrangement. If we fail to do so, we are fired within moments," says an employee, if it ... Read More