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Chaos ensues

4 July 2020 5:28 PM GMT
Incidents of overcharging by private hospitals and general lack of necessary equipment and supplies reveal how underprepared India’s healthcare systems are for a major crisis

At what cost?

4 July 2020 5:26 PM GMT
The current string of industrial accidents portray the disgraceful reality of India’s industries largely prioritising productivity and growth while shunning safety and health standards, a cold calculation with a heavy human collateral

Dousing the Dragon

4 July 2020 5:20 PM GMT
China has been spouting fire for a while now. Leave aside the semantics of the Coronavirus, the last few weeks expose a sinister approach, very dangerous intent and clinical subterfuge, write Rajeev Narayan & Jay Vikram Bakshi

Discomfitng truth

27 Jun 2020 7:46 PM GMT
To those nestled at home, COVID-19 deaths are just a number, an inconvenient fact — but to those living through its dismal reality, there is no such reprieve

Slipping through the cracks

27 Jun 2020 5:52 PM GMT
The ongoing pandemic and the resultant lockdown have aggravated the already precarious circumstances under which women work in India’s informal sector, necessitating drastic policy interventions; write Sagari Sahu & Pooja Singh

Clearing the mists of time

27 Jun 2020 5:50 PM GMT
Establishing a timeline to the life of Lord Rama, Bhatnagar’s Dating the Era of Lord Rama is a step in the right direction of pulling our ancient history out from the ambivalent realm of mythologies

Winds of fortune

27 Jun 2020 5:47 PM GMT
Using New Institutional Economics to examine why England gained a decisive edge against its European competitors in the bid to become the supreme colonial empire between 17th-19th century

Fount of wisdom

20 Jun 2020 6:33 PM GMT
PV Narasimha Rao — the visionary, the innovator and the architect of modern India — remembered by Vanam Jwala Narasimha Rao and VJM Divakar, in commemoration of his upcoming birth centenary

Leh, with love

20 Jun 2020 6:30 PM GMT
An account of the writer’s journey through Leh — a land of extraordinary natural beauty and dense cultural history — with the mission of organising the native tribal artisans

Revolution, trade & dominance

20 Jun 2020 6:13 PM GMT
Using New Institutional Economics to understand the political, social and economic changes that led up to the competition between England, France and Holland for control of global trade between the 17th and 19th century

An extraordinary show of will

20 Jun 2020 6:07 PM GMT
A month after Cyclone Amphan cut a swathe through West Bengal, the State is already well on its way to recovery with coordinated efforts of unprecedented effort paving the way to normalcy

You are not alone

20 Jun 2020 6:05 PM GMT
The death of Sushant Singh Rajput has highlighted that we as a nation are not comfortable with the idea of discussing mental health which often becomes an issue that we repress — it is now time we face our 'demons'
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