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eSS Sunday Edit: Sunrise Again for Indian Hockey?

India’s hockey performance, men’s and women’s, at Tokyo is remarkable in significant ways and may well be a portent of things to come. It's a fitting celebration of the life of Keshav Dutt, hockey veteran who died just before the Olympic play began....

Category: Editorials

by Nikhilesh Bhattacharya

Sonal Shukla 1941-2021: A Tribute

Feminist activist, cultural icon, intersectional women's activist...

Category: Current Affairs

by Vibhuti Patel

Technology, Globalisation and Multinationals The Asian Experience (Second Edition)

This second edition of the volume of Technology, Globalisation and Multinationals deals with issues relating to foreign direct investments (FDI); technology spillovers from FDI; in-house research and development (R&D...

Category: Essays

by N S Siddharthan

Tribute: Gail Omvedt (1941-2021)

Tribute to Gail Omvedt : feminist scholar, dalit and feminist activist died on August 25, 2021...

Category: Current Affairs

by Vibhuti Patel

Know your Publishing Space: Abstracting and Indexing Databases

This article explains the terms and practices of “indexing" journals and abstracting databases with a brief history of the practice. It points out the problems and issues in this field that researchers should be aware of when considering...

Category: Current Affairs

by Shubhada Nagarkar

Naomi Osaka Starts an Important Conversation

Only someone with the clout of a world champion, the purse of one of the top-paid athletes of the world, and the influence of a millennial social media celebrity can afford to take on the antiquated and antediluvian notions of mental health among those who...

Category: Editorials

by Vidya Subramanian

Know Your Publishing Space: Predatory Journals: Publish and Perish!

Predatory journals solely exist for monetary profit without any commitment to publishing ethics or quality of research. Not only do they damage the reputation of individual researchers and institutions, but more dangerously, they p...

Category: Current Affairs

by Shubhada Nagarkar

Prakriti Karyashala Case Studies: Bringing Balance to the Ecosystem: Restoring Degraded Wildlife Habitats

Restoring wildlife habitat around Shivnagari, Ajmer, Rajasthan has ensured that domestic animals of the village are no longer under threat. This has also meant better pastureland for the cattle ...

Category: Current Affairs

by Anjali P Iyer

World Wetlands Day: View from Loktak Wetland Complex

Fisher unions and farming communities of Manipur, India, commemorated the 2021 World Wetlands Day (2nd February) at Tonoma Chingjin, Mamang Ching, Pumlen Pat - a wetland devastated by the Ithai Barrage of the Loktak Hydroelectric Project. [Based ...

Category: Current Affairs

by Ngamee Lup, Indigenous Perspectives IP, Environment Support Group ESG

Know Your Publishing Space: Open Access Publishing

Publishing research in open access journals has been widely discussed over the last decade. Both free access and open access give the reader seamless access to research papers/articles. So, what’s the difference? This article discusses the credibilit...

Category: Current Affairs

by Shubhada Nagarkar
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