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Indian Express


Outcome on Section 377 will depend on composition of the Constitution bench
Raju Ramachandran
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Inadequate staff, payment delays undermine MGNREGA in drought-hit Mahabubnagar
Chakradhar Buddha
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ICDS, the primary scheme targeting malnutrition, needs to be broadened
Bibek Debroy
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Rohith's death must focus attention on the rites of exclusion in the university
K. Satyanarayana
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The Hindu


Modi-Shah template for the BJP
Suhas Palshikar: Combining middle-class anxieties and media excitement, the party that has now settled in power is different from the hesitant party during 1998-2004.

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Defending the diaspora
Nitin Pai: New Delhi ought to review the risks to its diaspora populations and create the capacity to act in their interests should the need arise.

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The illusion of equity in the classroom
Ajey Sangai: Success of a new education policy would depend on how it socialises the private and embeds the basic right to a quality education.

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The Times of India


Another chance: The Supreme Court holds out a sliver of hope that Section 377 may be legally diluted
TOI Edit

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Mumbai gasping: Deonar dump fire highlights the need to prioritise fight against air pollution
TOI Edit

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Engage the dragon on Balochistan
TOI Edit

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The Hindustan Times


Stretching the Schengen: Migrant crisis leaves EU ideals fragile
Farrukh Dhondy: The influx of refugees from war-torn nations is the most serious crisis the EU has faced and is threatening to alter it in irreversible ways.

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Politicisation of history: When facts are powerless, try myths
It is futile to expect the Sangh parivar to broaden its vision now. It can only probe old sores in the pursuit of its cultural agenda.

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Like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh has also preferred indigenous leaders
The two neighbouring states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar share a lot of common political ground – they follow the same caste-based political course but prefer homegrown leaders to outsiders.

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NDTV


Why Maneka Gandhi Got It Right On Sex Determination Tests
Nitin Pai

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Why I Cannot Discuss The CPI(M) Calmly
Derek O'Brien

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Mint


How the state is reclaiming power over tribal communities
Not recognising common property resources that tribes collectively manage is not only economic injustice, but also breaks traditional order of tribal societies

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Fiscal adventure, monetary dilemma
The government is missing the game plan that can facilitate sustained and aggressive monetary easing

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MGNREGA: The wrong answer to rural distress
A permanent entitlements strategy does little to address the real problems

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Creating competition for Indian Railways
Private investors will enter the industry only if a level-playing field is guaranteed to them

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Clear road map needed for BS-VI
Tim Leverton: India intends to move from BS-IV to BS-VI in three years—a step which took about nine years in Europe

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Video-on-demand services set to explode in 2016
Shuchi Bansal: What is happening in video-on-demand services sector right now is similar to what happened to private satellite television in India in the early nineties

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Fiscal adventure, monetary dilemma
Rajeev Malik: The government is missing the game plan that can facilitate sustained and aggressive monetary easing

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Disciplining errant teachers
Anurag Behar: Any disciplinary action by official hierarchy will not work. The local community should be empowered to do so

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The Economic Times


Students need to be job creators, not job seekers
By BVR Mohan Reddy Propelled by technology and business services, the Indian economy has witnessed unprecedented growth in recent years. While the current IT-BPM industry is set to grow further from a mature base of $146...

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Funny business: Boss, you're the boss
By Anuvab Pal This is a tough time in the history of the world to be a boss in any office. Go back in history. Nobody messed with the boss. Nobody told Alexander, "Boss, I'm...

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Business Standard


Bottled-up national assets
Shyam Ponappa: Apply electronic tolls to roads, and adapt road network concepts in communications

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The problem with inflation targeting
A V Rajwade: Once a quantitative target is set, it will be politically impossible to increase it, should this become necessary, given the political sensitivity of the inflation issue

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China's transparency problem
Andrew Sheng & Xiao Geng: The Chinese economy has caught a surprisingly severe cold this winter - a cold so bad that almost all global markets are sneezing

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The Financial Express


Budget cafe 2016: A Budget that may simplify the indirect tax system
R Muralidharan: In order to take the rates of service tax closer to the rates envisaged in GST, service tax may be increased marginally by the government from the current level of 14.5%. The CENVAT credit issues could also be addressed

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Editorial: Balancing tax policy
The Financial Express

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Column: Fighting malnutrition forcefully
Bibek Debroy

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Column: Avoiding tax policy blunders
Jaithirth Rao

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Food cafe | It's the culture we market, not just the product: Vikram Pawah
Vikram Chaudhary

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Asian Age


IFR: India's maritime awakening?
While the commendable profile of the Indian Navy on display at the IFR is one facet of India's maritime muscle, a comprehensive maritime awakening where the coastal states are active stakeholders is the more complex challenge.

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Does GM food pass scientific muster?
The critique of GM is often unfairly presented as a critique of scientific progress. Many scientists have jumped from the objectivity of their facts to making personal, almost libellous attacks on critics.

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Dirty politics equals angry protests
Every day the government seems to be doing its best to malign Rohith and to buy time. Perhaps this is based on the naive miscalculation that these tactics will wear out the student protests. On the contrary, such politicking only provokes students further and pushes them to take to the streets.

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The Telegraph


Refashioning Europe
Krishnan Srinivasan & Hari Vasudevan: Implications for Russia and India

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Deccan Herald


Little focus on polluted cities
Delhi's air pollution crisis has triggered unprecedented media attention and a judicial as well as administrative...

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Limited response
What happened at Pathankot is a symptom, not the disease. The disease is the hatred which has been instilled in the minds...

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The Tribune


Taxes and corruption
KC Singh

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A friend of India talks of his pilgrimage
Jim McDermott

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Why must we always hear India whining?
M Rajiv Lochan

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Dainik Jagaran


फसल बीमा की बाधाएं
मुझे प्रधानमंत्री फसल बीमा योजना से बहुत उम्मीदें थीं। 2015 में आई बेमौसम बारिश और ओलावृष्टि के कारण उत्तर प्रदेश, हरियाणा, पंजाब, राजस्थान, मध्यप्रदेश और महाराष्ट्र में बड़ी मात्रा में फसलें तबाह हो गईं। जिससे कई किसानों ने आत्महत्या कर ली थी।

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एकपक्षीय कानून के खतरे
हाल में जब डाक्युमेंट्री फिल्ममेकर दीपिका भारद्वाज ने दहेज निरोधक धारा 498 ए के दुरुपयोग के शिकार पुरुषों के मसले को उठाया तो उन्हें देश भर से तमाम लोगों ने संपर्क किया और अपनी पीड़ा बयान की।

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संस्कार
संस्कार शब्द संस्कृत भाषा की 'कृ' धातु से बना है। संस्कार का सामान्य अर्थ है-संपूर्ण करना, संशोधित करना और संवारना। संस्कार व्यक्ति या वस्तु को पात्रता प्रदान करता है। संस्कार व्यक्ति को पूर्ण करते हैं, तो संस्कृति समाज को पूरित करती है, संवारती है।

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प्रार्थना का अधिकार
शनि शिंगणापुर मंदिर या हाजी अली दरगाह में महिलाओं के प्रवेश का मुद्दा इन दिनों गरमा-गरम बहस का विषय बना हुआ है। इन दोनों मामलों के संदर्भ में पूजा या धार्मिक स्थलों में महिलाओं के प्रवेश के अधिकार को तार्किक आयाम देना बहुत ही आसान है।

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