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The State should construct adequate storage in Mahabubnagar (old) and other districts to utilise its rightful share of water
By fueling consumer preferences for entertainment in the shortest format, BCCI is testing audience interest and its paying capacity.
Helping dreamers stay on the right side of the law is not just a moral imperative – it’s smart policy and economically beneficial to the US.
Expect upheaval with the reach and power of new technologies ready to challenge even human beings
Attempts to make India a homogenous nation with one culture, one language and one religion, is inviting trouble.
The state responds to repeated disasters with indifference when people manage to cope with them
Good teachers are now an endangered species and we must change it quickly to push the frontiers of our civilisation.
Camaraderie of Onam should help turn the tide and restore State’s reputation marred by successive scandals.
With the model APMC Act and e-Nam stuck, farmers need more options to sell their produce and get better prices
The Centre needs to clarify that State governments have no locus standi to tax devotees in temples
If Dodd–Frank norms are repealed, it will dry up a big source of income for Indian IT companies during tough times.
The biggest beneficiaries from these reforms of both PV and KCR are small, medium and marginal farmers.
The new Code on Wages Bill must address the key problem of inconsistent minimum wage determination by the States.
It doesn’t prescribe a National Floor Wage of Rs 18,000 per month that is fuelling the controversy.
Gorakhpur continues the repeated failure of the state over several years to mobilise resources for stopping deaths.
Dropping the crucial clause 3, which dealt with the composition, questions the constitutional validity
of National Commission of Backward Classes.
Giving up ownership is essential to ensure that they do no relapse with the same systemic weaknesses.
Achieving the target by 2022-23 will require diversification to high-value crops and effective implementation of government programmes.
If the government does its duty diligently, there would simply be no need to issue diktats for patriotic fervour.
The intersection of state and corporate interests, instead of state and public good, raises disturbing questions