Population as a reason for India’s backwardness is a perpetual bugbear
While tiger numbers countrywide are encouraging, much more needs to be done
The overwhelming demand for updating the National Register of Citizens represents an almost Darwinian struggle of a people to preserve their identity. A journey through the fault lines of Assam
The declining population of Humboldt penguins
It takes a village to understand an unequal society
India’s evolution is held back by a deep institutional malaise
“Condom is such a dirty word. How could we have discussed it with strangers [in this defunct committee of wives of ministers]?”
The current census is expected to cost the Government Rs 2,009 crore.
A low-cost alternative to incubators promises to save hundreds of thousands of infant lives in the poorest regions of the world.
Ravi Visvesvaraya Sharada Prasad
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