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The rule of law is the lifeblood of a constitutional democracy and citizens are expected to obey the law of the land. Otherwise, without just laws societies will simply descend into chaos. The idea of laws keeps evolving with the passage of

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The agitating farmers have gone home, the government has withdrawn the three contentious laws that it passed in September, but the crisis that India’s agriculture sector has been facing for decades continues to persist as India’s ranking slips to 101 out of

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At the turn of the first decade of this century, there was much hope and optimism about India’s demographic dividend. With approximately 65% of the population under the age of 35, it held the promise of reaping the riches of having a

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In its short, 21-year history, the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand has seen power alternate as much between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress as amongst the claimants to the top seat, a trend that began with the very first chief minister,

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The National Defence Academy (NDA) in Khadakvasla is the entry point into the commissioned ranks of the Indian armed forces and right from its inception and founding, has been a male preserve, one could even say a holdout against women getting a

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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi turned nonviolence into a confrontational act, one that was strong and deep-rooted enough to bring one of the greatest empires human history has known to its knees, based on a creed of offering the other cheek. But, seven decades

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The political equations are changing. Alignments and realignments between political parties and their leaders are on. The BJP hopes to regain the momentum in the forthcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. Some of the Opposition parties wish to unite, and project a winning

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Data has been the bedrock of commerce and human activity since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution a couple of centuries ago. Nation-states have captured and collected data for governance, framing public policies, and establishing the rule of law. Private entities have

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