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Economic & Political Weekly 59m
परमाणु हथियारों को लेकर चुनावों में गैरजिम्मेदारी वाले बयान से पारस्परिक भ्रम कायम होगा
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Economic & Political Weekly 4h
How has the Supreme Court upheld the fundamental right of women to bodily integrity?
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Economic & Political Weekly 5h
This article by Reetika Khera highlights the several instances of practical difficulties that people across India have faced in accessing welfare schemes because of the problems inherent in the Aadhaar project.
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Economic & Political Weekly 6h
Can weeding out corruption help higher education, when there is a mismatch between number of aspirants and the number of opportunities that are available?
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Economic & Political Weekly 7h
The claims of the Mala Arayas have the potential to rupture the violent celebration of masculinity that not only deems womanhood inferior, but also tries to destroy the much cherished secular fabric of Kerala.
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Economic & Political Weekly 8h
's Belt and Road Initiative will never be universal, just as the West was never universal, but shades of influence will be felt everywhere.
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Economic & Political Weekly 9h
Why are the privileged upper castes enabled to think of themselves as "casteless", while the disprivileged lower castes are forced to intensify their caste identities?
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Economic & Political Weekly 10h
Escape the Corset, greatly inspired by MeToo, is about women in a deeply unequal society finding their long-lost freedom to express themselves and not conform to the artificial standards of “feminine beauty”
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Economic & Political Weekly 12h
In spite of all the environmental jurisprudence in the country over two decades and landmark judgments where the courts have come to the rescue of deteriorating environmental conditions, river water fails to meet the required minimum “bathing quality.”
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Economic & Political Weekly 12h
This article discusses the understanding of polycystic ovarian syndrome () among medical professionals in the patriarchal framework and how women experience infantilisation at the hands of doctors.
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Economic & Political Weekly 13h
: Despite police reforms being formulated and implemented, India still has not managed to deal with police brutality adequately.
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Economic & Political Weekly 13h
: Tagore's brand of nationalism is fundamentally rooted in the question of what it means to be human.
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Economic & Political Weekly 14h
The case of Poland demonstrates that Marx, when faced with major historical events in various distant places, was able to grasp what was happening in the world and to contribute to its transformation.
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Economic & Political Weekly 14h
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Economic & Political Weekly 15h
Despite its limitations, the ICJ's judgment on the Chagos archipelago, in the current global atmosphere of protectionism, hyper-nationalism, and fast-diminishing faith in international institutions, has some positive highlights.
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Economic & Political Weekly 16h
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Economic & Political Weekly 16h
: Far from being a matter of any substance, the promotion of Hindi is a mere posture.
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Economic & Political Weekly 16h
: The structural politics that was once characterised by the back-to-back struggles that the toiling masses were forced to undertake has now considerably declined, or is being completely replaced by electoral politics.
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Economic & Political Weekly 17h
: Journalist Prashant Kanojia was recently arrested for making a joke, his crime being that he incited laughter against Yogi Adityanath by means of a post shared on social media.
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