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At the nadir of human dignity, rests the practice of manual scavenging. With over 600 reported deaths, it is beyond time that this shameful face of modern slavery is banished from civil society
As 2019 nears, the sword of simultaneous polls dangles dangerously near our necks. Its benefits in reducing costs are apparent – but are simultaneous elections desirable for the Indian polity today?
In today's fast-paced world, we may have developed ourselves technologically and economically – but the truth of development is revealed only when we...
Kerala’s deluge was another grim reminder of how Man will always be subservient to Nature. Simultaneously, the floods raised important questions on how governments with inadequate policy implementation pave the way for calamities to become catastrophes.
Without glamorous victories, sportspersons in India are rarely given their due. This travesty is further amplified by the lack of sporting arenas, quality coaches and effective resources.
As we pace to become an economically-viable nation, we are failing abysmally to protect our citizens, even the most innocent – our children, who are battered, beaten, sexually abused and led to a life of misery.
As our growing population struggles to fulfill its many dreams – opportunists thrive to con aspirants, luring them with fake jobs, producing illicit documents and ultimately looting the limited cash that is at their disposal.
New cities symbolise 21st-century ambition – grander infrastructure, greater opportunities and dreams turning into reality. Yet, more often than not, new cities are heaped with challenges that drain fantasy and reduce living to a grim reality.