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Women's Health in India
Rohini Abraham
The health of a nation is often reflected in the health and status of women in that nation. Due to a variety of factors, women's health in India is neglected, not only by her family, but by the woman herself.
Aadhaar: Where It Goes Wrong
Ann Raymond
On September 29, 2010, Ranjana Sonawne of the Tembhli village in Nandurbar district of Maharashtra went down in the history books as one of the first recipients of 'Aadhaar'.
The Hijra and Kothi Movement; a struggle for respect
Prathima R Appaji
There has always been discrimination against the sexually deviant. 'Transgender' is an umbrella term to describe people who do not conform to traditional notions of gender identity, appearance and expression.
Should India Ban Endosulfan?
Gincy Susan Jose
Kasargod district in north Kerala has lots to tell about the cruelty of pesticide Endosulfan, which has supposedly inflicted on thousands severe neurological and congenital deformities.
Islamic Banking Declared Secular; What Next?
Jithin Paul Varghese
A recent decision by a division bench of the Kerala High Court in the Dr Subramanian Swamy v. State of Kerala pronouncing Islamic Banking as secular and, thereby, legal has triggered debates throughout the country.
GDP and Alternative Measures of Welfare
Harnita Ramamurthy
Economists are interested in finding ways to improve humanity and they rely on the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as a measure of welfare. The GDP can be used to calculate tax revenues and productivity.
Shaping the Future of India
To take India, Indian enterprises and the Indian economy to the top of the global ladder. One sixth of humanity lives in India.
Qaddafi's departure is not easy
Tanveer Jafri
After the fall of Tunisia and Egypt, it seemed that the Libyan strongman Colonel Muammar Qaddafi, faced with huge public anger, will soon be forced to step down.
Urban Mobility of Kerala
D Dhanuraj
Urban Kerala is not a recent phenomenon, but a heavily contested argument in the theoretical circles of practitioners.
Sukanya Garg
Among the many avenues of employment that engage people, prostitution is another such avenue and the people employed in the profession are entitled to an equally respectable place in society.
Restitution of Conjugal Rights: Still a Remedy?
Sumy P Baby
Restitution of Conjugal Rights is a remedy provided for Hindus under Section 9 of the Hindu Marriage Act 1961, for Christian and others under Section 32 of the Indian Divorce Act and for Muslim under their personal laws.


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