ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846


The Sri Lankan peoples’ calls for change cannot be set aside with quick economic fixes.
The recent Supreme Court order on sedition ensures some relief but is incomplete.
The fall is not only about silencing the press but also due to the amplification of governmental propaganda.
The selection of vice chancellors ought to be based on the principle of open impartiality.
Demolition has multiple devastating consequences and hence has to be undertaken with utmost responsibility.
A public interest litigation brings film units under the ambit of the POSH Act, 2013.
The Indian republic draws its cultural strength from historically evolved plurality in language practices.
Collecting intimate personal information in criminal proceedings leads to a regime of suspicion and surveillance.
The lack of evidence and misplaced policy design underlie the government’s push for fortifying staples with iron.
By prioritising profits, the vaccine policies of developed countries seriously hinder vaccinations in developing countries.
Asserting control on journalists is aimed at fostering a pliant press and diminishing accountability.
Imposed norms for uniforms in educational institutions cannot be the basis for equality in education.
The US -led NATO must curb its expansionary overreach, and resolve the crisis through dialogue.
The proposed changes to the rules regarding cadre deputation hamper cooperative federalism.
For-profit edtech needs to be banned, and the government must play an active regulatory role.


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