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Frontline 8h
New equations | As Trump, with an eye on the next presidential election, tries to renegotiate trade treaties with neighbours and tinker with the WTO, it is in the interests of China and the E.U. to come together.
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Frontline 8h
Trading blows | Even as bilateral tensions seem to be building up between Turkey and the U.S., many observers of the region are of the view that the standoff is "a storm in a teacup".
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Tough test | Imran Khan's promise of a "naya Pakistan" will have to be put on hold in view of a paucity of funds coupled with the United States' threat to veto an emergency IMF bailout.
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Dams in distress | Amid accusations that the Kerala floods were a man-made disaster, it is important to take a close look at the structural limitations of the State's river basins.
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Flyover collapse and many questions | The collapse of the Majerhat bridge has once again exposed gross negligence on the part of the Trinamool Congress government.
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Mountain of a task | Kerala launches a funds mobilisation drive to begin the gargantuan task of rebuilding its infrastructure and economy.
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Brookings Press Sep 20
"Journey into Europe is rooted in anthropology, but it also flows like the tale of a curious traveler."
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Frontline Sep 20
Widening network | The length of national highways has been growing steadily in recent years, with 10 States accounting for more than 60 per cent of the network.
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Frontline Sep 20
Drafted in a vacuum | There are serious concerns over the efficacy of the Anti-Trafficking Bill, which neither addresses the root causes of trafficking nor provides for protection and rehabilitation of victims.
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Frontline Sep 20
Migrants and beyond | Recent campaigns against the updating of Assam's NRC are seen as attempts to communalise the exercise and overlook the historical loss of political and economic space suffered by its indigenous people.
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Frontline Sep 20
One more failure | After one year of GST, the numbers suggest that the new tax is not just disappointing but fiscally damaging and its implementation is riddled with anomalies.
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Frontline Sep 20
Policy & progress | The book combines sound economic theory and intimate knowledge of the formulation and implementation of economic policies.
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Frontline Sep 20
Islam and Europe | Akbar Ahmed's book looks at the challenges facing the Muslim community in modern-day Europe while emphasising that immigrants are a reality that will not go away.
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Frontline Sep 20
For a ‘Dalitariat’ revolution | The book provides an overarching analysis of almost all the important problems faced by India today and is a must read for all those interested in caste-class issues.
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Frontline Sep 17
"It is part of a Brahmanical agenda" | Interview with Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani.
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Frontline Sep 17
In pursuit of justice | The petition filed by five eminent persons against the arrests of the activists aims to highlight the gross abuse of police power intended at stifling independent voices.
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Frontline Sep 17
"Why should I feel scared?" | Interview with Prof. K.S. Bhagavan.
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Frontline Sep 17
Sitting targets | The BJP government goes after the Elgar Parishad activists and allows the real perpetrators of the Bhima Koregaon riots to walk free.
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Frontline Sep 17
Dark clouds | With the murders of Gauri Lankesh and M.M. Kalburgi, many people feel that there is an oppressive climate in Karnataka that is stifling of freedom of expression.
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Frontline Sep 17
Fighters for rights | The five prominent persons targeted recently by the Maharashtra police have a common thread: they have been fighting for the rights of the underprivileged and the vulnerable.
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