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Opinion  /  Published 07.02.19

Linguistic diversity is India's advantage

Less is not always more — especially when it comes to languages and the role they play in the development of children’s attention capacity. This was evident in the findings of a study at Canada’...
By The Editorial Board in

Opinion  /  Published 03.12.18

Why we should eat millets rather than rice

Sir — Many people in India suffer from nutritional deficiency. For instance, the prevalence of anaemia in the country is among the highest in the world. Interestingly, a recent study has claimed tha...
By The Telegraph in

Opinion  /  Published 28.11.18

Poor states should receive more funds

Recent data from the National Backward Classes Finance and Development Corporation show that the poorer states of the country have not fared well in drawing financial resources from this central agenc...
By The Editorial Board in

India  /  Published 01.09.19

State of economy deeply worrying: Manmohan

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday said the state of the economy was 'deeply worrying' and that 'all-round mismanagement' by the Modi government has resulted in this slowdown.In a statemen...
By PTI in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 01.07.19

What India can do about homelessness

Food, clothing and shelter are three basic human needs. Out of the three, shelter remains beyond the reach of 1.77 million people in India, accounting for 0.15 per cent of the nation’s population (C...
By Debarati Bhattacharya in

Opinion  /  Published 21.06.19

Wanted: Holistic view of Himalayan ecology

The National Democratic Alliance has formed the government for the second consecutive term. A large number of people in the northern mountains of India are thus remembering the promises that the Bhara...
By Jaya Thakur in

Opinion  /  Published 10.11.19

Unethical population control policies will backfire

Can repressive measures always help tide over tough times? This seems to be one of the most pressing questions arising out of what has been criticised as ‘coercive’ population control policies in ...
By The Editorial Board in

Opinion  /  Published 10.10.18

Human Development Report: Lessons for India

How should growth and development be measured? The dominant tradition, at least in policy circles, continues to be an unhealthy reliance on growth in per capita national income. For instance, governme...
By Bhaskar Dutta in

Opinion  /  Published 13.08.18

Harnessing the power of big data

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By Sabir Ahamed in

Opinion  /  Published 11.09.18

Demonetisation: the good, bad, and ugly

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By Dipankar Dasgupta in


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