ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846


A deficit in healthcare and its skewed availability across states remain major limitations.
The slowdown in the growth of life expectancy, schooling, and income has become a major challenge.
Growing market uncertainties and recurring calamities demand higher social security.
The onslaught against freebies is yet another attempt to disempower the poor.
The independence of institutions is being subordinated to the political calculations of the ruling regime.
The release of Bilkis Bano’s tormenters puts a question mark on the provision of remitting the convicts.
Care for all children is integral to the future of a responsive nation.
Dichotomy is the hallmark of India’s development gains over the last 75 years.
The synchronised monetary tightening and external sector shocks will hurt global growth.
India’s first tribal president reveals the potentials as well as pitfalls of representative democracy.
A depreciating rupee will further add to inflation and weaken the external sector.
Demographic constraints will continue to weigh down on growth and development.
The National Achievement Survey shows that students from disadvantaged social groups lag behind.
Despite disruptions of global supply chains, investments into China continue to accelerate.
Bulldozer-led demolitions are emerging as a new form of extralegal punishments in India.


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