In episode 571 of #CutTheClutter, ThePrint’s Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta declutters the bills and explains the changes it will bring to farmers and for end customers.
Women are killed because people label them as chudails. But Indians didn’t see the problem when Farhan Akhtar shouted ‘chudail alert’ in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.
English is as desi as any Indian language. Maligning English speakers won’t solve India’s problems, no?
Shareholders' capitalism has over the years been used to justify bamboozling customers, squeezing workers, avoiding taxes and lavishing stock options on executives.
The last five days saw Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla and Rajya Sabha chairman M. Venkaiah Naidu frequently ticking off MPs for speaking with their mask pushed to the chin.
There is a real risk that the Indian agricultural sector will be left in a state of greater regulatory ambiguity and economic uncertainty, and that farmers will suffer more.
China is different now, might think India is ‘arrogant’ for pretending parity. Ladakh stand-off should be a wake-up call on what’s real, not illusory, power.
Farmers today are facing what students, Muslims and Kashmiris have just faced: unilateral policymaking that does not believe in creating consensus.
The BJP’s 2014 manifesto promised ‘real-time data’. Now, the Modi government has no data on migrant workers’ deaths during Covid pandemic.
In #CutTheClutter episode 570, Shekhar Gupta explains strategic importance of Depsang Plains, Daulat Beg Oldie & answers the important question — has China occupied territory in India?