February 19, 2020
the fully loaded magazine
Saluting the bravest
Eat, Pray, Live
India’s social security system needs strenghtening
Jan 08, 2020
Stand Up For Jean Dreze & Co
In the face of the staggering xenophobic anti-intellectualism that is relentlessly coursing through the veins of the hinterland following the arrival of Narendra Modi
Mar 31, 2016
Thought For Food
Even the worst-governed states can improve their PDS and ensure grain for the poorest. Look at Madhya Pradesh.
Aug 31, 2015
I don’t know about you, but travelling on a bullet train at 320 km per hour is not my top priority...
Jul 21, 2014
Water For The Leeward India
As subsidies for the poor continue to be under attack, a ground-up report from 10-states shows how well welfare schemes have worked over the last 10 years.
Mar 24, 2014
Putting Growth In Its Place
It has to be but a means to development, not an end in itself
Nov 14, 2011
A Grain Of Good Sense
Legislating against hunger is a great idea that needs expansion
Jul 20, 2009
His incisive work on hunger, child malnutrition and other issues has brought the Other India into intellectual and policy focus
Apr 23, 2007
A Woman's Sight
Sen is praised as a "feminist economist" but it is not very clear what "feminist" actually stands for (except for a general concern with gender issues) and why Sen qualifies
Jun 19, 2006
'Our Democratic Process Is Far From Participatory, It Is Elitist'
The internationally renowned development economist offers several disclaimers to the many changes we've been gung-ho about in the last 10 years
Oct 17, 2005
Schools Of Thought
A living example of the possibility of "joyful learning".
Nov 03, 2003
There is little coherence in this ransacking of Indian social history, but the sample is interesting.
May 26, 2003
Blinded To The Divisions
An essence of Bharat which is at complete variance with India
Sep 10, 2001
A Jean Clad In Khadi
Belgian economist Jean Dreze, who has co-authored a book with Amartya Sen, has his ear to the Indian soil. And he hears the rumblings of a Brazil-type quake.
Nov 29, 1995
'Tapas Paul, Sultan Ahmed Died Due To Centre's Vendetta Politics': Mamata Banerjee
App-Based Medical Services: How Safe Are They? More Concerns Than Solutions
Donald Trump's India Visit Next Week May See No Major Trade Deals
Infantilization Of Adult Students Ignores Their Status As Citizens
Equal Roles In Army: Women In Leadership Roles May Shatter Patriarchal Mindsets
Seemingly Happiest People Often Suffer From Depression
Blog | Not Music Or Art, But It's 'Fear' That Binds Us Together
Restructuring Indian Railways’ Cadres: Is The Proposal Good For The Nation?
In Chasing Away Maoists, Odisha's Malkangiri Village Delivers Telling Message This R-Day
Satire | ‘Are You From The Tukde Tukde Gang Or The Khan Market Gang?’
Brave Of Deepika Padukone To Take A Stand When Mum Is The Word For Big Bollywood Stars
Owaisi Slams Aadhar Body For Issuing Summons To 127 People
Thousands Defy HC Order To Protest Against Citizenship Act
'He Is Like God To Me': Trump's Superfan From India Wants To Meet His Idol
This Syrian Father Teaches Daughter To Laugh Every Time Bomb Drops
Coronavirus: Passengers Leave Japan Virus Ship As China Toll Crosses 2,000
Ahead Of Trump's Visit, Water Released Into Yamuna To Improve Its 'Condition'
Is Kohli Thinking About Early Exit?
UCL: Atletico Beat Holders Liverpool
Muslims Lead Anti-CAA Protests In Bengal But Hindus Look The Other Way
'Make In India' Making A Difference In Defence Sector
Why Rajinikanth's Aggressive Views On Citizenship Act Has Left DMK Distraught
Why Draft National Policy For Rare Diseases Has Disappointed Parents
Nutrition Warriors | A Mizo Village's Fight To Ward Off Stunted Growth, Underweight Children
Union Budget 2020: What FM Nirmala Sitharaman Can Do To Pull Economy Out Of The Rut
Is Judiciary Living Up To The Indian Constitution @ 70?