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May 19, 2017
Can the right to privacy be negotiated?The right to privacy is a right to be negotiated and more to be seen on the government initiatives as we move along.
May 17, 2017
Visualising migration: Which countries do Indians migrate to, and who migrates to India?In 2013, around 13.9 million people migrated from India to 136 countries or territories around the world
May 16, 2017
In J&K, a police recruitment drive draws thousands of youthsOver 3,000 Kashmiri youth participated in a two-day recruitment drive conducted by the Jammu and Kashmir police over the weekend of 13-14 May 2017.
May 16, 2017
India and climate change: Lack of clear regulatory framework sets country behindIndia needs a second generation of environmental reforms that is grounded in a proper understanding of the role and functions of the three institutions of government.
May 12, 2017
Amaravati 360: AP's capital doesn't know what it wants to beThe Andhra Pradesh government aspires to build a capital city that will amaze the world. Those who live in the city, hope that Amaravati will become a model city.
May 11, 2017
Amaravati 360: Pandalaneni Srimannarayana's lonely fight against the AP governmentThe fourth part of the series focuses on Pandalaneni Srimannarayana's battle against the corrupt practices in AP government's push to acquire lands near Amaravati.
May 10, 2017
Amaravati 360: AP govt's social impact assessment is a shamThe third part of the series tells you the story of five unruly villages which have resisted the AP government's land pooling scheme.
May 09, 2017
Amaravati 360: Farmers rail against AP's land pooling schemeWhile the problems faced by the land owners typically range over finding better compensation and adapting to a different lifestyle, the tenant farmers and landless labourers from the region who have lived here for many generations — those who would be the worst hit — are still struggling to find a voice.
May 08, 2017
Prosecution against flouting of finance electoral laws remains weakThe pernicious effect of vast amounts of illegal money in an election is therefore a very real threat, and the need for reform very evident.
May 08, 2017
Amaravati 360: How AP's landless turn penniless in the name of developmentLand is a lucrative investment in this region; these lands yield gold. Farmers typically earn a few lakh rupees per year from cultivating each acre of land, so fertile is this soil.