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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... »
The recommendation of the Law Commission that a Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court of India be set up in Delhi and four Cassation Branches of the apex court established for four regions... »
The most worrisome problem agitating the minds of millions of common people in India today is how long they must bear with the food price inflation that has hit them hard in the past couple... »
What would otherwise have been a brief human-interest story for a newspaper has shaped up to a 700-word article and evolved into the epitome of humane public service at its best. The reference here... »
The Central government revealed, in an affidavit filed before the Supreme Court on January 18, that 44 educational institutions in the country had failed to meet the standards and norms set... »
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