October 2020


The Global Debate on Poverty – Claims, Contestations and Causality

The discourse on poverty is a complex one with multiple contestations and conflicting public narratives. Starting with a contested terrain in the 1970s, the neoliberal push for poverty alleviation got a shot in the arm with the disintegration of the USSR, fall of the Berlin Wall and ‘perceived’ prosperity in...
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Sita Ram Goel and the ‘Ghar-Wapsi’ of the Indian Postcolonial Intellectual

Sita Ram Goel was an oasis of original thought in the midst of a veritable desert of agenda-driven discourses produced by Marxist historians. As a first-rate thinker and writer, he produced a vast range of works in history, and philosophy, which brought the focus of Indian intellectual activity back to...
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APJ Abdul Kalam: From Rameshwaram to Rashtrapati Bhawan

Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam was one of those rare public figures whose love and concern for India and its people were heartfelt and nor merely pretentious. In a long and distinguished career as a scientist and then as the President of India, Kalam contributed immensely to the Nation.
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World Mental Health Day: 10/10

Mental health is used to denote imbalances or diseases related to mind. Ideally, Mental Health refers to a broad array of activities directly or indirectly related to the mental well-being component included in the WHO's definition of health: "A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely...
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Increasing the strength of IAF: Rafale and Beyond

The intrusion of China in the Galwan valley flared up Indo-Chinese border. India is exploring the diplomatic channel while preparing itself for other eventualities by executing strategic deals like that of Rafale.
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