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: With foundations made of paperwork, is it surprising that flyovers are falling?
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It is important to understand the dynamics of intermediate castes in its specific context to explain the current moment of its mobilisation, militancy, and political positioning.
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Economic & Political Weekly 12h
Very little is known about the factors that feed into the prejudice against Muslims, and which in turn creates barriers for their economic choices.
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Economic & Political Weekly 12h
: With the momentum for opposition unity building up, the unease in the Bharatiya Janata Party camp is becoming apparent. This is evident from the shrill statements that are being repeatedly made by its top leadership.
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Economic & Political Weekly 13h
Was Gandhi a strategist in his approach to ?
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Economic & Political Weekly 14h
Do the social sciences produce unemployable graduates? Read our discussion on the state of the Indian education system here:
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Economic & Political Weekly 15h
Should a “secular” nation grant citizenship on the basis of ?
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Economic & Political Weekly 15h
The temporal spread of celebrity engagement with Modi, and perhaps politics in general, underlines the challenges of public brand performance in contemporary India.
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Economic & Political Weekly 16h
: What should we base reservations on? Caste or economic status?
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Economic & Political Weekly 17h
: OBCs appear to be the single largest social group among mining and quarrying households.
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Economic & Political Weekly 18h
In a bid to secure its control over the Indian subcontinent, the British empire left no stone unturned in maintaining its stronghold over the various routes leading to India. The war in and was a result of this compulsion
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Economic & Political Weekly 19h
In Evangelising the Nation, John Thomas traces the intertwining of religion and nationalism in the process of forging a identity in the hill tracts of North East India.
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Economic & Political Weekly 20h
The “digital” has permeated our lives and changed our perception of goods and services. However, the GDP, by virtue of its counting technique, fails to measure transactions in the digital economy appropriately.
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Economic & Political Weekly 21h
No standards for data sharing and storage, or anonymisation and encryption of data have been implemented despite role-based authentication in India’s reproductive and child health (RCH) programme.
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Economic & Political Weekly 22h
: The 116 deaths in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand due to imbibing illicit liquor have once again foregrounded the issue of total prohibition versus sensible consumption of safe alcohol.
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Economic & Political Weekly 23h
: Not every voice on the internet commands the same kind of audience. When anonymous private entities with high capital can pay for more space for their opinions, they are effectively buying a louder voice.
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Economic & Political Weekly Feb 15
: The gender pay gap is the real-world, material consequence that women face owing to numerous forms of social discrimination.
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Economic & Political Weekly Feb 15
: With the wealth of the top 1% increasing at an estimated rate of ₹ 2,200 crores per day in 2018, it is no wonder that income in India was called “morally outrageous.”
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Economic & Political Weekly Feb 15
: With the wealth of the top 1% increasing at an estimated rate of ₹ 2,200 crores per day in 2018, it is no wonder that income inequality in India was called “morally outrageous.”
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Economic & Political Weekly Feb 15
India needs to overcome its dependence on China if it wants to be a global leader in solar power generation.
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