Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Reforms Fall Wide of the Mark: Time for a Retrospect of...

Governmental regulations are inevitable policy tools purported to prevent or deal with problems that markets do not manage well. However, the limits of regulation...

Scenario of Sterilisation Camps in Madhya Pradesh: Are Court directives enough...

Even after a year of the landmark judgment by the Supreme Court, (Devika Biswas vs Union of India and Ors.) directing the state governments...

Corporate Profitability through removing biases against women

India is a young nation of aspirations and growth. Ever since the 1991 Policy of Liberalization - Privatization - Globalization, it has witnessed a...

How far have we reached on Swachh Bharat Mission?

Launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on October 2, 2014, the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) is a nation-wide sanitation mission by the government of...

Sexual abuse of girls followed by refusal of abortion: A statement...

On 28 July, the case of a 10-year-old girl who became pregnant after being sexually abused by her uncle hit the news in India...

Use of Off Label medicines in India: Implications for Policy and...

Off-label medicine use refers to the use of medicines outside the conditions of the product license in terms of dose, patient age, route of...

Can India Achieve the SDG Goal on Ensuring Health and Well-being?

Between July 10th-19th, country representatives from all over the globe congregated in New York for the High Level Political Forum Meeting of the Sustainable...

The state of Uniform Civil Code in India

Part IV of the Indian Constitution guarantees to every citizen certain fundamental rights enforceable in a court of law. In addition, certain broader concepts...

Over Population: Facts and Myths

The World Population Day is celebrated every year on the 11th of July as a result of a UN Resolution in 1990 seeking to...

Migration, entitlements and progress out of poverty

The economic survey of 2016-17 recorded an increase in the net inter-state migration rates in India reporting estimates that were much higher to the...