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Why are millions of Indian women dropping out of work?

The numbers are stark – for the first time in India’s recent history, not only was there a decline in the female labour participation rate, but also a shrinking ...Read More...

Organ transplantation at crossroads in Kerala

Kerala must retrace its steps to a burgeoning organ transplantation programRead More...

Anything to add to the health of patient-doctor relationship is welcome

Dr. George Jacob In a first, scientists are using life like virtual humans to train doctors on how to break bad news and empathize with patients and their families. ...Read More...

An open letter to ‘nationalist’ Arnab Goswami

Sadhavi Khosla Dear Mr. Arnab Goswami, A few days back, while I was travelling to my office, a tweet from your yet-to-be launched news channel Republic took me by ...Read More...

Indian Church leader writes open letter to prime minister

Shri Narendra Modi, The Prime Minister of India Dear Prime Minister, Greetings! Though a Christian pastor, and serving the National Council of Churches in India as its General Secretary, ...Read More...

India’s Kashmir Policy: Way Forward

Ram Puniyani The turmoil in Kashmir, which got intensified after the fake encounter of Burhan Wani (July 2016), does not seem to abet. It has been worsening as reflected ...Read More...

How liquor shops are getting around India’s latest booze ban

A new rule prohibits the sale of alcohol within 500m of a highway Read More...

India’s Kashmir policy: way forward

By:Ram Puniyani The turmoil in Kashmir, which got intensified after the fake encounter of Burhan Wani (July 2016), does not seem to abet. It has been worsening as reflected in ...Read More...

Kerala communists’ love-hate relations with Church

The two factions of Kerala communists differ on demolition of a cross erected on encroachmentRead More...

India fourth worst country for religious violence

India ranked fourth in the world in 2015–after Syria, Nigeria and Iraq–as having the highest social hostilities involving religion, according to research by Pew. India’s ranking worsened sharply since ...Read More...
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