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The Barmer Model of Development

14 Sep 2019 12:32 PM GMT
Witnessing a 650 per cent per capita income growth in the last decade, Rajasthan's remote Barmer district is an exception that must become the norm for India to achieve self-sustenance and social prosperity

National Register of Citizens: Rhetoric v/s Reality

7 Sep 2019 12:30 PM GMT
Despite decades of hue and cry that pettily politicised Assam as a state marred by external aggression emanating from large-scale illegal migration, only 5 per cent of the population has, so far, been excluded from the National Register

The End ?

31 Aug 2019 1:04 PM GMT
Though Amazon is burning in Brazil, the responsibility to prioritise its conservation must be shouldered by the entire world – a majority of which, even today, considers the perils of climate change mere hoax

Callousness COSTS DEAR

24 Aug 2019 1:12 PM GMT
Personal negligence – whether in carelessly crossing roads, avoiding helmets or taking selfies on railway tracks – has become a leading cause of premature death in Indian cities that are already brimming with people struggling to make their basic ends meet

A Legislative Downpour

17 Aug 2019 12:47 PM GMT
Many records were broken as the Parliament productively passed a large number of Bills this session – yet, the complete absence of scrutiny has left many sceptical


10 Aug 2019 2:13 PM GMT
To become an ambitious superpower excelling in science, innovation and discoveries – our education system demands a complete rejig


3 Aug 2019 12:52 PM GMT
In contemporary times, deployment of smart surveillance with evolving technologies like AI and analytics has assisted the law enforcement departments in curbing crimes


27 July 2019 1:18 PM GMT
While the law was framed in 1985 with the specific intent of combating the 'evil' of political defections, people have over the years become mere marginalised spectators of political shenanigans

Filthy, Empty & Useless!

20 July 2019 1:42 PM GMT
Delhi faces a unique complication of poorly maintained foot-over bridges – with dysfunctional escalators and unhygienic state, public opinion reflects that they are a waste of money


13 July 2019 1:53 PM GMT
India is facing the worst water crisis in its history, and 21 cities are expected to run out of groundwater by 2020 – continuous conversation on finding a solution at all levels is mandatory

White-Collar Frauds

6 July 2019 1:57 PM GMT
Every year more bank frauds are reported and interestingly, the amount in each fraud case is increasing to staggering heights. With so many of the offenders fleeing, what does it take to probe such white-collar crimes and how can the cases reach their logical end?

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
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