Millennium Post

Catching the green wave

15 Jan 2022 8:01 PM GMT
India requires a broader policy framework for ensuring optimum capacity utilisation in the renewable sector, and for handling deficient supply of critical minerals and flexibility of solar and wind energy sources

Burning bright

6 Jan 2022 2:29 PM GMT
Despite the global push towards renewables, coal — being a convenient, cost-effective, ‘democratic’ and ‘decentralised’ fuel — remains a critical component of energy mix

Required repurposing

30 Dec 2021 4:24 PM GMT
India needs to modify its farm subsidies for ensuring income support to farmers and securing the country’s food market from cheaper imports

With lasting ramifications

25 Dec 2021 5:25 PM GMT
The four labour codes introduced by the government are highly exclusionary and further widen the productivity-real wage gap — favouring employers against labourers

Misplaced priorities

23 Dec 2021 3:15 PM GMT
Even as developed world moves away from nuclear power, countries like China and India are failing to recognise the threats posed by the sector

Handling water footprints

9 Dec 2021 1:57 PM GMT
As an imminent water crisis haunts the world, India should make no delay in chalking out a long-term policy for managing its water resources

Watershed moment

25 Nov 2021 2:41 PM GMT
Indian agriculture appears to have grabbed the mainstream, and requires scientific choices on subsidies to avoid the fallouts it faced post-Green Revolution

Flawed pathway?

18 Nov 2021 4:00 PM GMT
Repeated failure of UNFCCC in realising its goals, and subsequent creation of a ‘weaponising’ climate economy, calls for establishment of an alternative organisation

An ugly dichotomy

30 Oct 2021 5:09 PM GMT
India should take a leading stand against the emergence of climate economy which has led to the dumping of polluting industries towards the global south

Emergence of an oligarchic state?

25 Sep 2021 6:15 PM GMT
NMP, possibly aimed at financing the NIP, reminds of the Russian experience where a handful of businessmen went on to control the national resources

Urgent overhaul

28 Aug 2021 6:37 PM GMT
India’s strategically important manufacturing sector — once grounded in the rich heritage of Shudras — now dwindles on account of systematic uprooting in the guise of ‘technical education’ and caste-class hierarchies

Give peace a chance

10 July 2021 4:30 PM GMT
As China can neither be overlooked nor be tackled, India should look for a positive engagement, drifting away from the treacherous West towards the competitive East
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