Modi’s burden of civilising rural India
Our prime minister’s recognition of ‘uncivilised’ state of rural India means he should be spending more on ‘civilising&…
Our country, our mess
How's India doing in providing basic social services?
Messiahs to rural folk
A few individuals are trying to bring about changes at the grassroots level through dedicated and sustained work
Experiments with truth
Innovative science teaching scheme relegated to supplementary status
Research on thin ice
Lack of coherent research on the melting Gangotri glacier spells disaster
Transitioning classes into electronic gadgets: Life of students in lockdown
The idea of using digital technologies to teach students from homes was introduced to continue with education and overcome mental stress and anxiety
No smartphones, internet access: Odisha’s rural kids caught in digital divide
More than 70% rural children studying in a government elementary school in the state do not have laptops or smartphones
शिक्षा पर महामारी के पड़ते प्रभाव को मापने के लिए संयुक्त राष्ट्र ने जारी किया नया ट्रैकर
पिछले एक साल में कोरोना के चलते 160 करोड़ बच्चों की शिक्षा पर असर पड़ा है
From Nalanda to nowhere: Will Bihar’s public libraries survive
State not granting funds, alleges Bihar MLA Sudama Prasad; only 51 of 540 libraries have survived since 1950s
National Medical Commission Bill: IMA defers protest
The association wants to first take public into confidence and wait for 'current political situation' to get better
The scam in Madhya Pradesh exposes the criminal nexus which has infected India's medical education system
A political gimmick
When concern for the environment is merely cosmetic, can we hope for a change?
Toeing the US' line appears to be an essential prerequisite for receiving aid from it. The 'Reproductive Health for Refugees Consortium' for aids …
Poverty, beyond calories
New method finds India is 9 per cent poorer
Healers in arms
The conflict between allopathy and homeopathy is an old one
यह है जमीन का वो टुकड़ा, जहां 178 साल से वैज्ञानिक कर रहे हैं खेती!
दुनिया के सबसे लंबे समय से जारी कृषि शोध का जैविक-अकार्बनिक खेती पर चल रही बहस में क्या योगदान है?
Odisha’s tribal heartland fights COVID injustices with writings on the wall
Locals in remote villages have written on walls of their houses, urging government to address the digital divide highlighted by COVID-19
बुजुर्गों की आंखों की रोशनी छीन रहा है जंक फूड
वैज्ञानिकों के अनुसार आहार में जंक फूड और पश्चिमी भोजन की अधिकता बुजुर्गों में मैक्यूलर डिजनरेशन नामक विकार को जन्म दे रही है, जोकि ...
Global supply chains major user of child labour: UN report
Asian region has highest child labour in global supply chains
Is the world ready to meet the SDG target on sanitation?
A closer look at the report by UNICEF and WHO tells you that this certainly not the case
Sector-based highlights of Union Budget 2017-18
The budget’s thrust has been on stimulating growth, affordable housing, curbing black money and promoting digital economy
Out of rathole
Post a ban on small-scale coal mining, Meghalaya is investing its energy and enterprise in other sectors
An unconventional study of the food-cycle
FOOD, HEALTH AND SURVIVAL IN INDIA AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Stuart Gillespie and Geraldine McNeill Publisher: Oxford University Press, Delhi Price:
The right to develop
A UNDP report links democracy with a better human development scenario