Profit before patients: Costly medicine

Heartbreaking stories of backbreaking medical bills

Speech therapy for climate change

Opening Comment

The distance between Davos words and Delhi deeds is not unbridgeable

Yechury, Karat and the art of remaining clueless


CPM central committee says ‘no’ to Congress alliance, has no concrete plan to stay relevant

“Let the five senior judges decide allocation of cases”


Shanti Bhushan, former law minister and veteran advocate on the supreme court imbroglio

“Do you think janata will tell CJI how to run court?”


Justice RS Sodhi, former chief justice of Delhi high court, on the supreme court imbroglio

Let’s make the budget more meaningful


There’s a lot to gain if we reconsider some of its traditions and tweak its basic philosophy

The proof of the sambar


Amma canteens are no longer the hits they were. Governance too has taken a beating in TN

The bewildered Baiga


New gods, new lives, a deep sense of lost identity. Kicked out of their jungle habitat, an ancient tribe struggles to cope – in vain

Green Concerns


In managing waste and putting it to good use, coporates seem to do better than government

"India should upgrade our military facility"


The Ethiopian ambassador to India, Asfaw Dingamo Kame talks about the ongoing defence cooperation between the two countries and shared his views on the clamour for reforms in the United Nations.

When the Pad Man was just starting out…

From our archives

In April 2010, Governance Now was among the first few media houses which reported the incredible story of real-life pad man, A Muruganatham