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Vejai BalasubramaniamFollowing decolonisation at the end of the second world war, the objective of securing national independence was the main concern of the countries in the region. Here, two factors – communism and the national ambitions of the newly independent...
Thirty-three years ago, the Tamil film Unnal Mudiyum Thambi (1988, You Can Do It, Brother!), directed by prominent dialogue writer, film-maker, and playwright K Balachander, featured a female protagonist who is a Dalit from a rural background, the daughter of a people’s advocate....
This article portrays the trajectory of Uttar Pradesh’s labour market outcomes between 2011 and 2020 based on the employment and unemployment situation and the Periodic Labour Force Survey data. It finds a deepening employment crisis in the state, worse than...
The basic argument of this article is that research is based on the theory of a particular aspect of society one wishes to investigate. “Feminist research” is keyed on to theories of feminism. Methodology chosen would therefore depend on our...
The World Inequality Report 2022 throws up both good and bad news. The bad news first—global income inequality remains high and is stuck close to the levels at the peak period of Western imperialism in the early 20th century. Trends indicate that...

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Non-communicable diseases now account for two-thirds of the total mortality in India and are projected to account for an estimated 75% of the total mortality by 2030. Cardiovascular diseases,…

The present paper relies on the census survey of the suicide-affected farmers’ households from the two most vulnerable districts of Maharashtra from 2014 to 2017 when the largest number of…

Multiple social assistance schemes were launched during the first lockdown to help the poor in India, but not all eligible households took advantage of them. Studying slum households in Delhi to…

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We are nearing two years since the nationwide lockdown announced in March 2020, and at the surface level, it looks like the experiences of the times are beginning to enter oblivion. However, the break....

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The World Inequality Report 2022 throws up both good and bad news. The bad news first—global income inequality remains high and is stuck close to the levels at the peak period of Western imperialism....

The basic argument of this article is that research is based on the theory of a particular aspect of society one wishes to investigate. “Feminist research” is keyed on to theories of feminism....

Shoojit Sircar’s Sardar Udham (2021) is a powerful film with deeply moving performances that vividly depict the life of one of the most remarkable revolutionaries during the Indian freedom struggle....

We are nearing two years since the nationwide lockdown announced in March 2020, and at the surface level, it looks like the experiences of the times are beginning to enter oblivion. However, the break....

Thirty-three years ago, the Tamil film Unnal Mudiyum Thambi (1988, You Can Do It, Brother!), directed by prominent dialogue writer, film-maker, and playwright K Balachander, featured a female....

“Hello, can you hear me?” I ask, staring into the screen. A few seconds later, a mid-shot of my interlocutor against what is immediately recognisable as a graduate student’s sparse living quarters....

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