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From The Editor’s Desk

Every time there is a crisis in the countryside, the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA), 2005, has come to the rescue of the rural poor. The 100 days of assured employment have not only saved some of the poorest in the
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From The Editor’s Desk

One of the most alarming human interest stories in recent times is unfolding in the temple town of Joshimath in Uttarakhand. Yet, it has disappeared from the mainstream media. The subsidence of Joshimath should serve as a cautionary tale for blindly “chasing
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In October last year, after the Government of India gave its approval for commercialization of GM mustard, it kicked up a raging storm. Activists were quick to criticize the government’s move and filed Public Interest Litigations (PILs) in the Supreme Court against
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‘THE ITALIAN GOVERNMENT STRONGLY SUPPORTS THE SUCCESS OF FTA NEGOTIATIONS’

November 18, 2022
How do you look back on the historical Indo-Italian business ties, which are more than 75 years old? What are the high points of this relationship? Italy has always played an important role for India, in the industrial processes of change in
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From The Editor’s Desk

November 17, 2022
In 1965, when the then prime minister, Lal Bahadur Shastri, launched the Green Revolution under the stewardship of noted agriculture scientist M.S. Swaminathan, it amounted to insurance against the devastating famines that had ravaged India since Independence. The success of this revolution
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Modern Slavery Is On The Rise

In early September, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) released a startling report that brought into focus the magnitude of ‘modern slavery’. Slavery in the conventional sense might have been abolished or has been deemed illegal in most parts of the world, but
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From The Editor’s Desk

Development and conservation have always been a tough balancing act. Resource extraction and exploitation drive the wheels of economic progress, which in turn improves the quality of life for people. Development goals for large and populous countries like India dictate the pace
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