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Insights into Editorial: India’s foreign policy needs rework in the next five years

Foreign policy is not a fixed concept as it keeps on changing according to changing domestic and international conditions.

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Insights into Editorial: Floods and River Linking

Water is the most precious gift of nature of India. Its most beneficial use is a sine qua non i.e not only for the economic development but also for meeting the growing good requirements of the country.

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Insights into Editorial: Administrative Reforms
  • Public administration is a continuous process and in this sense it is always undergoing reform. Thus in public administration, reform is a journey rather than a destination.
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Insights into Editorial: Demographic Dividend: Advantage India

Demographic dividend as defined by the United Nations Population Fund means, “The economic growth potential that can result from shifts in a population’s age structure, mainly when the share of the working-age population is larger More..

Insights into Editorial: War Against Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking has emerged as a significant problem all across the world. It is a crime wherein victims are bought and sold for their exploitation. The World Day against Trafficking in Persons is observed every year on More..

Insights into Editorial: Tread with caution: on labour laws

As a part of its ease of doing business initiative, the government will be subsuming a total of 44 labour laws into four codes — on wages, social security, industrial sa More..

Insights into Editorial: The malaise of malnutrition

A new report, ‘Food and Nutrition Security Analysis, India, 2019’, authored by the Government of India and the United Nations World Food Programme, paints a picture of hunger and malnut More..

Insights into Editorial: ISRO: Challenges and Opportunities

Today, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)’s success has made India to be inducted in an elite group of countries, where India is rightfully acknowledged as a space power in the world. Space technology is dual-use technology, in this fea More..

Insights into Editorial: Crimes that India’s statute books have failed to define

Neither ‘crimes against humanity’ nor ‘genocide’ has been made part of India’s criminal law, a lacuna that needs to be addressed urgently.

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Insights into Editorial: Going electric: on plans to switch to electric vehicles

The Union Budget has announced a bold move to make a transition to electric vehicles, and offered a tax incentive for the early adopters.


Insights into Editorial: Zero Budget Natural Farming in India

Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF) is a set of farming methods, and also a grassroots peasant movement, which has spread to various states in India.


Insights into Editorial: Quota politics: on U.P.’s move to confer SC status on 17 backward castes

The government of Uttar Pradesh has included 17 communities belonging to the Other Backward Classes in the Scheduled Castes list.

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Insights into Editorial: The macro does not gel with the micro

The India Budget 2019 describes with admirable practicality what we would like to see in India, but it is not convincing on how we can have the growth to afford the same.

Insights into Editorial: Searching for reform signals

There were high expectations from the Budget to provide a clear road map for much-needed reforms, given that the government received an unprecedented electoral mandate.


Insights into Editorial: Lessons from Bhutan

Bhutan has recently announced a policy wherein Bhutan’s teachers, doctors and other medical staff will earn more than civil servants of corresponding grades.


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