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Opinion  /  Published 30.06.22

New churn: Modi's back-to-back global summits

Global summits are often as much about symbolism and messaging as they are about well-defined outcomes. Last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended, virtually, a meeting with leaders of Brazil, R...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 29.06.22

Vicious purity

In September 2019, a research article crucially important for South Asia was published in Science under the title, “The formation of human populations in South and Central Asia” (Science, ...
By G.N. Devy

Opinion  /  Published 29.06.22

Roiling waters

Even as the world continues to be focused on the challenges being posed by the Russian aggression in Ukraine, the battle lines in the Indo-Pacific are getting sharply defined. Addressing the Shangri-L...
By Harsh V. Pant

Opinion  /  Published 29.06.22

The phenomenon known as emotional spending

Temporary relief Sir — The Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated a wellknown phenomenon known as ‘emotional spending’. Even before the pandemic, many would splurge on a new article of c...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 29.06.22

Fine print: Reduction in unemployment rate

The Government of India’s Periodic Labour Force Survey for 2020-21 shows that the unemployment rate in the country has fallen from 5.8% in 2018-19 to 4.2% in 2020-21. The workers’ particip...
By The Editorial Board

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Opinion  /  Published 29.06.22

Two faces: India's political stance

Double-facedness is not supposed to be a virtue. But the line between virtue and vice no longer holds in New India whose elected political regime thrives on presenting ‘two faces’ to the n...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 28.06.22

Hybrid selves

One of the earliest books of which I still have a vivid memory  is a collection of fairy tales with brilliantly coloured illustrations. I was too young to be able to actually read the book, with ...
By Samantak Das

Opinion  /  Published 28.06.22

Competing visions

Two parallel trends have come to the fore in the last round of assembly elections. The Bharatiya Janata Party, representing the hegemony of  Hindutva,  continues to taste electoral success. ...
By Ajay Gudavarthy

Opinion  /  Published 28.06.22

Libraries a dying resource

Neglected shelves Sir — Libraries have been repositories of knowledge for millennia. Even a few decades ago, public and community libraries were integral parts of almost every neighbourhood in ...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 28.06.22

Hunger pangs: Demon of malnutrition

The Unicef has brought to focus an old problem that has taken calamitous proportions in recent times — malnutrition. It has estimated that almost eight million children under the age of five are...
By The Editorial Board


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