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C.P. Chandrasekhar

Revisiting rural indebtedness

The problem in rural India is not one of too much credit to poor households that leads to debt waive»


Jayati Ghosh

Skills and ills

There is more to skill development than just training and an emphasis on private sector participatio»


Sashi Kumar

Beyond the moralising screen

Of intrusive health advisories on cinema screens and the suspicion of many a sip between the shot a»

Constructing Heritage

The Second Rukmini Devi Memorial Lecture delivered by Romila Thapar from Jawaharlal Nehru University, on Dec. 20, 2014, at Kalakshetra Foundation, Chennai. Updated with video. Read more »

Rights in Review - The Supreme Court in 2014

The Supreme Court of India is the foremost guardian of fundamental rights and the spirit of the Constitution. While a lot of attention is paid to the pendency of cases and media coverage of high-profile litigation, less attention has been paid to the Supreme Court’s protection of fundamental rights. This Rights Review aims to do this with a careful analysis of key Supreme Court cases on fundamental rights. This Review is the first of an annual series to be released each December. Read more »


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