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Livelihood programmes

Economics can be good entertainment, as readers of this column might have realized. But it is also concerned with people's satisfaction; so, it would be legitimate to ask if it has made anyone happy, other than economists. They cannot go about mak......   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor

Restraining order

Sir - A young Hizbul Mujahideen leader, Burhan Wani, was killed in an encou... | Read»

Shuffle the cards

Sir - The prime minister, Narendra Modi, has recently reshuffled the Union ... | Read»

Bleak future  

Sir — The arrest of the Indian Administrative Service officer, Jitendra Gup... | Read»

Unfair target

Sir — I would like to draw attention to the plight of Ruby Rai, the girl ar... | Read»

Forgotten lives

Sir — The killing of five tribal people in the crossfire between the Maoist... | Read»

 
EDITORIAL

Give space

The gagging of the media and their manipulation during the Emergency remain one of the most shameful episodes in independent India's history. This phase is commonly cited, ......   | Read..
 
 

Pow wow

The idea of the Central culture ministry grading writers, artists and performing artists as O (outstanding), P (promising) and W (waiting) for the purposes of patronage, pr......   | Read..
 
 
MALA FIDE

Open the doors

Imagine an India that is growing in the areas of industry, retail, banking and agriculture, aided by a new set of policies that are executed by trained bureaucrats. Add to ......   | Read..
OPED

Search the conscience for an answer

There are three crucial points involved in the processing of production of a manufactured output. The first point is where production is actually taking place, the second point is where the commodi......   | Read..
 
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