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Who’s Afraid of Naomi Osaka?
As an extraordinarily powerful individual, Naomi Osaka presents challenges to institutional power most of us can only imagine. If she worked in coordination with other top athletes across different sp...
by Jeffrey Montez de Oca | On 29 Jun 2021
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The report shows that the two-fold danger to which many women journalists are subjected is far too common, not only in traditional reporting fields as well as new digital areas and the Internet, but a...
by  | On 08 Mar 2021
Weekend Ruminations: The meaning of 'partly free'
How far the govt will go towards establishing its control depends on the effectiveness of domestic institutional resistance and on how much it wants to risk international censure.
by T.N. Ninan | On 08 Mar 2021
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...
by Shubhada Nagarkar | On 05 Feb 2021
Development Chronicles: COVID-19 - A Year in Review
Contents: Editorial: Safdar Rahman, Tavishi Ahluwalia, Teresa Vanmalsawmi, Urwa Tul Wusqa The Political Economy of Governmental Responses to the Covid-19 Crisis: A Migrant Workers’ Perspective: Kani...
by  | On 02 Feb 2021
Employment Generation in Difficult Times: Reflections on Kerala Budget
Despite high educational attaintments, educated unemployment is a worrying feature of Kerala. Some of the suggestions made by the Kerala Finance Minister are discussed below. The note suggests that tu...
by Rakkee Thimothy | On 02 Feb 2021
IMF and Big Business for Universal Vaccination Better Red, than Dead
The me-first policy on vaccine sharing will bring losses of $203 billion to $5 trillion to rich countries, while the returns are the highest if they support global universal vaccination.
by Prabir Purkayastha | On 02 Feb 2021
Budget Speech of Finance Minister of India, 2021
Budget speech by the Finance Minister of India.
by Nirmala Seetharaman | On 01 Feb 2021
Saving Lives and Livelihoods 01 Amidst a Once-in-a-Century Crisis: Chapter I, Economic Survey 2020-21
During the unlock phase, demand-side measures have been announced in a calibrated manner. A public investment programme centred around the National Infrastructure Pipeline is likely to accelerate th...
by Ministry of Finance  | On 31 Jan 2021
ADB’s Comprehensive Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has become a major global crisis that requires country, regional, and global intervention, as well as collaboration to mitigate damage to economies and peop...
by Asian Development Bank | On 25 Jan 2021
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