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Dealing with the residue

Given that crop residue burning has an environmental footprint and poses health hazards, one needs to be cautious while evaluating...

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Unedited version of IE article “Marching against Apathy”

Agonizing; demeaned, disturbed and distressed; shaken and unnerved; duped, deceived and deserted; forsaken and forgotten; disgraced, dishonored, humiliated and discarded;...

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Union Budget 2018: A Step Forward

All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way”. In Anna Karenina, only if a...

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Potato portents

The crisis in the potato crop’s prices in two of the four years of the Modi government illustrate that farmers...

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A law for the farmer

“Until lions have their own historians, tales of the hunt shall always glorify the hunter,” goes an old African proverb,...

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Farm policies for India

Farmers from across the country are out on Delhi’s streets agitating just as the deliberations for the 2018 budget are...

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Can’t terrorise farmers with laws to stop stubble-burning. Understand their problem first

The central government’s policy of not allowing Punjab to diversify is causing damage to the health of people in faraway...

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Unedited version of India Today article

On being falsely targeted all his life, Charan Singh fondly called ‘Choudhary Saheb’, had once remarked ‘this propaganda will cease...

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The classroom and the field

Although autarky on Indian farms is a distant dream, as the 71st year of Independence dawns, penury-ridden farmers are still...

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