articles by Arghya Bhaskar

India

New farm laws fail to shed flawed British legacy; red-tapism, disguised middlemen will leave poor farmers high and dry

In the present Farm Produces Act, the state governments have not been given any real operational charge in the newly formulated system of trading.

India

JEE-NEET amid COVID: No surprise NTA sidelined students' concerns; system built to cater to candidates in privileged positions

It is evident that only a particular class of students are privileged enough to have access to resources during the times of COVID while others have no choice but to watch from the sidelines

India

NEP's private participation push, disregard for caste and gender show it as little more than echo of past policies

All our education policies have been reflective of Macaulay’s idea of creating a class of people willing to serve a larger authority.