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Can a high level of literacy, excellent human development indicators, a reputation for being a developed region, and the presence of a good many institutions of higher learning ensure a significant... »
Three weeks after District and Sessions Judge Vani Gopal Sharma sentenced in Karnal, Haryana, five persons to death and awarded life imprisonment to one person in a 2007 case of ‘honour killi... »
It is noteworthy that health care-related subjects have been capturing media attention and holding it on for three months now. It started in February 2010 with the proposal for a short-term... »
Free and compulsory elementary education for all children in the age group of 6-14 has at long last become a legal reality with the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 20... »
The findings of a major survey, titled “Human Development in India: Challenges for a Society in Transition,” reported by Aarti Dhar in The Hindu of March 28 are stark: Ind... »
The prophets of doom have been increasingly proving themselves right in the media world. The print media in the developed world find themselves in a deep crisis. They have suffered a two-pronged at... »
The response of readers to the Open Page becoming a full page from March 14, 2010 is simultaneously understandable and overwhelming. Many readers have long been asking for this change. In fa... »
That the autonomous Press Council of India (PCI) established by the Union Government under a 1978 Act has been demanding more powers to tackle what has come to be known as the “paid ne... »
Wisdom has dawned at long last on the public health establishment of the country. Twenty-five months after stopping production on the orders of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfar... »
“Our Constitution is primarily shaped and moulded for the common man ... It is a Constitution not meant for the ruler ‘but the ranker, the tramp of the road'.” &ndas... »
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