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  • Questions about the GST cess

    The Hindu / 19 September 2017
    As part of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) reforms that have been implemented in the country, a new levy called the GST Compensation Cess has been introduced to make good apprehended losses to...
  • India’s role in Rohingya resolution

    The Statesman / 19 September 2017
    The Supreme Court is due to rule on the fate of the Rohingyas facing deportation by the Indian government. We argue that the Rohingyas in India and Bangladesh have the right, under established...
  • India’s role in Rohingya resolution

    The Statesman / 19 September 2017
    The Supreme Court is due to rule on the fate of the Rohingyas facing deportation by the Indian government. We argue that the Rohingyas in India and Bangladesh have the right, under established...
  • Interdisciplinary subjects: How mixing science, humanities streams can promote better education

    The Indian Express / 18 September 2017
    Educational institutions in the country today are now faced with a singular struggle – teaching the sciences and the humanities in a co-dependent fashion and understanding that true interdisciplinary...
  • Privacy impact on Ordinary villagers LGBTQ petition

    The Statesman / 17 September 2017
    The nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court in the case of Justice A.K.Puttaswamy (Retd.) & Anr v. Union of India, has recently recognised the right to privacy as a fundamental right read into...
  • Los rohinyás, un éxodo de más de 400 mil personas

    EL Tiempo / 16 September 2017
    Las cifras son dramáticas. En tres semanas, al menos unos 400.000 miembros de la minoría étnica rohinyá han huido hacia Bangladés de la violencia militar en Birmania, desencadenada después de...
  • Can India ignore the Rohingya crisis?

    The Hindu / 15 September 2017
    Over 379,000 Rohingyas have fled Myanmar to neighbouring Bangladesh. India should come forward to help the refugees. The reasons are threefold: maintaining a tradition of generosity, and economic and...
  • Buried in numbers

    The Hindu Business Line / 15 September 2017
    For a modern nation to establish itself on foundations of primordial racial attachments is hazardous. An intent to reverse the vast human migrations of the 19th century and after, when added to this...
  • Talaq judgment deconstructed

    The Statesman / 14 September 2017
    Triple talaq was set aside by the Supreme Court’s voluminous decision which eases the position of Muslim women to an extent. However, Muslim men are still entitled to divorce their wives over a...
  • Food security: inclusive growth, social protection key

    Deccan Herald / 14 September 2017
    The global food sector is undergoing paradigm shifts from production details to nutritional quality control, food storage, delivery, resource mobilisation, etc. It is encouraging to note that several...
  • Divorce versus Marital Rape: A Tale of Hypocrisy

    LSE / 14 September 2017
    As per recent reports[1], the central government of India (the government) has, in response to a petition filed before the Supreme Court, defended the statutory exception permitting child marital...
  • The curse of implementation

    The Tribune / 14 September 2017
    Recent empirical evidence cited about the scale of economic disruptions caused by policies of demonetisation and Goods and Services Tax (GST) across India signals a structural, rudimentary problem...
  • Talking With Tehran

    The Indian Express / 12 September 2017
    Last month, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani resumed the second term of his presidency. The new Rouhani team, however, suffers from a lack of novelty since more than half the members of the previous...
  • Four necessary mindsets for the future of work

    Business Line / 11 September 2017
    The world of work is changing. Some jobs are disappearing, while others seem to be increasingly becoming out of reach. With consistent change becoming an everyday reality, just getting the right...
  • Don’t single out Aung San Suu Kyi for Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis

    South China Morning Post / 11 September 2017
    Last Friday, the United Nations refugee agency said 270,000 Rohingya Muslims have crossed the border since the Myanmar army launched clearance operations in northern Rakhine State on August...
  • Have I fed my child well?

    Millenniumpost / 11 September 2017
    Ideas of global food security have come a long way since green revolution. The term 'food security' came into vogue within the international development literature of the 1960s and 1970s, referring...
  • Game theory and Premchand’s ‘Idgah’

    Qrius (formerly The Indian Economist) / 10 September 2017
    Siddhartha Bhasker Game theory as a field of study gained prominence after the publication of the seminal book Theory of Games and Economic Behaviour by Von Neumann and Morgenstern in...
  • Empathy, morality: Traits of a civilised nation

    Deccan Chronicle / 10 September 2017
    In the month of August, Donald Trump, the leader of the Free World, delivered a rousing speech in Warsaw, the capital of Poland. Reminding the Polish people of their history of resisting oppression,...