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The continuous cuts in the goods and services tax rates will derail state finances.
Changing electoral dynamics drives the JD ( U )’s latest promise of reservations for women students.
Both the problems will further hurt the disadvantaged groups and push more people into poverty.
Minimum wages in India fail to recognise social realities of labour outside formal labour relations.
Easing supply constraints on nutritious and deficit food products must be the top priority.
The reallocation of taxing rights and a new global minimum tax are major inflexion points in tax reforms.
The appointment of the new NHRC chairperson raises several questions.
Recurring waves of the pandemic are the biggest threat to the recovery of economic growth.
Any further delay to waive intellectual property rights and ensure adequate vaccines will prove costly.
Continuing the Central Vista redevelopment amidst the pandemic reveals a sinister stubbornness.
Global action is required to restore the rights of the Palestinian people.
India must jettison orthodox economics amidst the pandemic to protect employment and sustain a recovery.
The recent election results negate the politics of dominance cherished at the centre.
The Court’s intervention in the health crisis is desirable but not as a permanent need of the governing “system.”
India has to substantially scale up its health infrastructure to protect lives and livelihoods.


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