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Radhika Dutt

Radhika Dutt

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The Bihar Debacle

29 Jun 2019 12:06 PM GMT
Bihar's Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) crisis is neither natural nor unbelievable – it is only reflective of a larger disease that plagues India's healthcare facilities, particularly for the poor

Ticking Time Bomb

22 Jun 2019 3:57 PM GMT
Chennai received rains on June 20 after six parched months while Bihar has witnessed over 140 deaths due to blistering heat waves – our climate is changing in irrevocable ways as we stand grossly ill-equipped

The Invincibles

25 May 2019 12:33 PM GMT
The public appeal of Narendra Modi coupled with the maverick organisational skills of Amit Shah makes a killer combination – one that has today decimated the very conceptualisation of an opposition

WHY BENGAL

18 May 2019 2:25 PM GMT
Its traditional bastions appear apprehensive while Bengal presents a most lucrative opportunity for power-hungry BJP. But, unlike the Hindi heartland, violence and communal rhetoric will not sway the Bengali accustomed to intellectual ignition and truly accepting of diversity

OPPOSITION ARITHMETIC

18 May 2019 2:24 PM GMT
As India awaits its next government with a mix of apprehension and nonchalance, our politicos are quickly tying loose ends to propose a coalition of difference that can truly achieve ‘vikas’ in tandem with ‘sabka saath’

Say no to war, even in Space!

28 March 2019 3:08 PM GMT
India’s A-SAT missile test success is commendable, but building a development trajectory towards war, particularly in outer space, can be devastating for humankind

4th after USA, Russia, China to enter space super league

27 March 2019 6:26 PM GMT
NEW DELHI: After shooting down a Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite with its indigenously developed Anti-Satellite (A-SAT) weapon, India is now a...

Secularism Annihilated

12 Jan 2019 2:34 PM GMT
A classic Indian conundrum debating the binaries of religion and rationality, the Sabarimala conflict has revealed the essential bigotry pervasive across our population

INDIA @ 2018 

29 Dec 2018 3:13 PM GMT
As another year of action and inaction draws to an end, we revisit the most-gripping headlines that shaped India’s calendar year — from the emphatic strike down of Section 377 to the pitiable Kathua rape — the journey has escalated through defined contours of pride and shame

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY: BEHIND GREY BARS

15 Dec 2018 2:28 PM GMT
Celebrating Human Rights is a simultaneous duty and privilege – we owe our citizens the fruits of freedom, most of all to those whose dreams of 'rights' have been eclipsed in our country's abhorrent prisons

Towards oil & gas autonomy

14 Dec 2018 4:52 PM GMT
To counter import-dependence in oil & gas and propel home production, India must encourage autonomy of domestic producers

MODERNITY'S NEMESIS

1 Dec 2018 1:42 PM GMT
In our race to create a glitzy society, we have ignorantly nurtured an unhappy community – with projected 26 crore silent sufferers by 2020, mental health illness today stands as the optimal threat to India’s development
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