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India has once again lived up to reputation of using a crisis to unleash difficult reforms. Nirmala Sitharaman has introduced bold reforms in holy cow sectors like agriculture and defence.
In Good Economics for Hard Times, Nobel laureates Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee write about the link between liberalisation and inequality in India.
There have been constant attempts to destabilise campuses in India. Take the suicides of Rohith Vemula, Payal Thadvi, Fathima Latheef or BHU protest for instance.
Caught between two worlds, McDowell’s Thril cola made an impact in India, but briefly.
It has shaken up the protection model.
From Sonam Kapoor to Priyanka Chopra, there is an almost gleeful and defiant embrace of hyper-ritualistic ostentations.
Commentators may have missed that the Indian state is less equipped now to provide the resources and political direction necessary to effectively support industrial development.
In ‘The Constitution of India: A Contextual Analysis’, Thiruvengadam captures the progression of law through sociopolitical factors, and development perspectives.
The singularity of Indianness is that it works in the plural: You can be a good Muslim, a good Keralite and a good Indian all at once.