‘100 Internet Shutdowns In A Year Not A Good Sign In Vibrant Democracy’

Bengaluru: Internet shutdowns in India have grown exponentially--from three in 2012 to 106 in 2019--...

India’s Largest Power Producer Wants NOx Norms Diluted For New Coal Plants

New Delhi: India’s power industry, led by its largest producer National Thermal Power Corporation ...

Women More Likely To Work If They Can Control Their Earnings: Study

Bengaluru: Poor women in India’s villages are more likely to take up jobs if their wages can be de...

How Caste Impacts Migration And Its Benefits

Mumbai: Poverty and lack of opportunity in their hometowns drove 93 million Indians from disadvantag...

How Govt Push For Ease Of Doing Business Is Compromising Environment Regulation

New Delhi: The ruling National Democratic Alliance government has weakened environmental protection ...

How Women’s Collectives In Odisha Villages Are Driving Health Reforms

Koraput and Angul, Odisha: Mild winter sunlight streamed through the banyan trees under which Dhana ...

Infant Deaths Not One Hospital’s Problem. Here’s Why Infants Continue To Die Across India

New Delhi & Mumbai: Since December 1, 2019, over 500 infant deaths were reported from just six g...

As Growth Slows, Govt Labour Policies Have Limited Impact On Job Creation

Bengaluru: The government’s efforts to create jobs and protect workers have fallen short with a sk...

Why Trade Unions Are Opposing Labour Law Reforms

Bengaluru: As 10 central trade unions prepare for a nationwide strike on January 8, the proposed Ind...

Birth Certificates Are Citizenship Proof, Govt Says. But 38% Under-5 Children Don’t Have One

New Delhi/Bengaluru: Any document related to the date and place of birth can be submitted to prove c...