As much damage as three cigarettes – that’s what just living in the capital does to its residents’ health on a ‘good air day’. On a ‘bad air’ day? Well, it’s 25 cigarettes
Caveat emptor, the Latin expression for ‘let the buyer beware’, finds place in discussions on consumer rights. But what is its origin? Is it relevant today?
Pilot projects in some villages of Madhya Pradesh found UBI making a big difference
Interview with Renana Jhabvala, SEWA Bharat
Interview with Haseeb Drabu, finance minister, Jammu and Kashmir
Election-bound Punjab is in a drug-induced stupor, cancer from pesticide exposure is rampant in its farm belts. Old-guard politicians have been lazy, and AAP hopes to cash in
A new ILO report warns of high global unemployment levels in coming years. It also makes special mention of the vulnerably employed
Interview with Rajnish Kumar, managing director (National Banking Group), State bank of india
Making tax machinery more efficient is essential to reform the economy post demonetisation
Mishaps in the past have mocked the railways’ claim of introducing high-speed trains with no concrete safety plan in place
The percentage of women on the workforce has declined over the last decade. Experts agree on that, but are hard-pressed to explain this worrying trend
The trouble plaguing Young India today is that its schools and colleges put them through the wheels but leave them without usable skills. This has to change.
A new book from the Oxford India Short Introduction series explains why and how public policymaking is no longer confined to the legislature
“I believe we think that governance is someone else’s responsibility. Good governance is actually a cooperative, collective endeavour”