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The grapes of wrath

The farmers’ protest near New Delhi is a major political event challenging the Narendra Modi government....

Out of step: Fundamental questions for India

Question: What may be kissed once every while, caressed and sworn by, often be held and photographed as if a t...
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Unequal tongues: Language wars in the Valley

One of the fallouts of the revocation of Article 370 that has arguably given a new meaning to the constitution...

New rules for parents in China

Not all Chinese mothers choose to be “tiger moms”. Some are pushed into becoming so. Already strug...

Fight against the virus of unreason

“If you can keep your head when all about you/ Are losing theirs...” — Rudyard Kipling Incr...

Stick to it: Policy announcements

The courts may lay bare politicians’ attitude to power. In the context of a recent case, the Supreme Cou...

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Opinion  /  Published 04.12.20

Face value: New surveillance

A report by the Internet Freedom Foundation estimates that 32 facial recognition technology systems are getting installed in India under Project Panoptic. This is worrying in a country where, in spite...
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Opinion  /  Published 04.12.20

Stick to it: Policy announcements

The courts may lay bare politicians’ attitude to power. In the context of a recent case, the Supreme Court ruled that the announcement of policy decisions make public authorities accountable; th...
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Opinion  /  Published 04.12.20

New rules for parents in China

Not all Chinese mothers choose to be “tiger moms”. Some are pushed into becoming so. Already struggling with the race to transform their only children into multi-talented wonders, new form...
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Opinion  /  Published 04.12.20

The grapes of wrath

The farmers’ protest near New Delhi is a major political event challenging the Narendra Modi government. The participation is widespread and it is growing by the day. That farmers have been unha...
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Opinion  /  Published 03.12.20

Home fires: BTech in mother tongues

The present Indian government is constituted of experts in all fields. Else it would be difficult to account for the education ministry’s announcement that the Indian Institutes of Technology an...
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Opinion  /  Published 03.12.20

Hear them: Farmer protests

Dialogue and democracy should, under ideal circumstances, be conjoined. But democracy works in mysterious ways in New India. The Centre is holding talks with farmers and their representative bodies ov...
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Opinion  /  Published 03.12.20

Fight against the virus of unreason

“If you can keep your head when all about you/ Are losing theirs...” — Rudyard Kipling Increasingly, I have been feeling the pressing need to bring back an old subject in our curric...
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Opinion  /  Published 03.12.20

Out of step: Fundamental questions for India

Question: What may be kissed once every while, caressed and sworn by, often be held and photographed as if a trophy, and left to the side only to be arrived at occasionally and ritually? You may wish ...
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Opinion  /  Published 02.12.20

Think again: Ayurveda surgery

Sir — The demand of India’s largest body of doctors, the Indian Medical Association, to withdraw the notification allowing ayurveda practitioners to be trained in surgery —...
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Opinion  /  Published 02.12.20

Gloom deepens: Indian economy in recession

The Indian economy has technically entered a phase of recession, which is defined as two consecutive quarters of decline in real (inflation adjusted) gross domestic product. The first quarter had expe...
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