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The Sunday Edit: Lengthening Shadows
The Paris attacks should warn us that the threat from ISIS is real and poses a challenge to the security environment in India.
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by Reshmi Kazi | On 20 Dec 2015
The Sunday Edit: The Music of Relativity
It’s a hundred years since Einstein laid out the fundamental landscape of the General Theory of Relativity and changed the human construct of our universe.
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by S Srinivasan | On 13 Dec 2015
The Sunday Edit: Elementals: The Arts of Bhopal, 1984-2015
Bhopal is the world’s most frightening laboratory where all experiments, with chemicals and with truth, have gone wrong.
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by Pramod K. Nayar | On 29 Nov 2015
The Sunday Edit: Bringing Back Beef
Beef bans and intolerance of the diversity that abounds in this country are clearly not the way to win elections.
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by Ravi Duggal | On 15 Nov 2015
The Sunday Edit: Deaton, the Development Economist
Angus Deaton’s contributions to economics have been seminal providing development economists with new tools of analysis that have yielded policy-altering insights.
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by Suryanarayana M H | On 08 Nov 2015
The Sunday Edit: 'Ache Din' in Canada?
The victory of the Liberal Party on the crest of a wave for ‘real change’ has undoubtedly been helped by its growing support among the Indo-Canadian community. Will it be able to fulfill the aspiratio...
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by Anuradha Kumar | On 02 Nov 2015
The Sunday Edit: History, Politics and Science: Temerity of Archaeology
The echoes of the execution of the Syrian archaeologist, Khaled al-Assad by ISIS for trying to protect the antiquities at Palmyra, and the attempts to brutally erase intellectual inquiry, are to be he...
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by Anuradha Kumar | On 11 Oct 2015
The Sunday Edit: A Depressing Malady
The rising incidence of suicides, and mental health problems in India, especially among youth, cannot be wished away. There is a critical need to recognise the malevolent neglect of the state of ment...
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by Nikhil Govind | On 20 Sep 2015
The Sunday Edit: It's Not the Labour Laws!
The loud clamour for liberalisation of labour laws in recent times quite overlooks the fact that other institutional reforms are far more important for rejuvenating the sector.
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by K.R. Shyam Sundar | On 13 Sep 2015
The Sunday Edit: On Preserving Our Pasts
The emerging interest in our past prompts unsettling questions and issues throwing up controversies. How we handle them will mark our maturity as a civilisation.
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by Padma Prakash | On 30 Aug 2015
The Sunday Edit: Overloaded Immunisation Basket: The HPV Vaccine Tale
The decision to add more vaccines to the public immunisation programme, with HPV leading the list, is short sighted and blinkered.
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by Sandhya Srinivasan | On 23 Aug 2015
The Sunday Edit: Monetary Policy Transmission: Visible Disconnect
Enhancing bank competition, among other measures, could adequately strengthen interest rate transmission; but the danger is in overreaching and losing leverage.
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by Ramkishen S. Rajan | On 16 Aug 2015
Greece, In A Post-Colonial Bind
Countries of Europe's periphery are now playing out a script, already in play severally in the post-colony. It is a script in which populism has remained one of the principal weapons in the hands of t...
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by Ranabir Samaddar | On 08 Aug 2015
The Sunday Edit: Greek Crisis: Back to Basics
The willingness to distribute pain between both debtors and creditors is the only sensible way forward for the fragile currency bloc.
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by Ramkishen S. Rajan | On 02 Aug 2015
The Sunday Edit: Compulsory Altruism Or, A National Moral Economy?
The Give It Up campaign opens as an appeal to altruism and then proposes a moral economy using a reasoning that aligns altruism with nationalism and a sense of national belonging
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by Pramod K. Nayar | On 26 Jul 2015
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