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Devender SinghThe buzz around Prashant Kishor’s engagement with the Gandhi family and the Congress party refuses to die down, even as the party’s top leadership is currently in Udaipur as part of a three-day Chintan Shivir (brainstorming session), without Kishor in...
The State of Gender Equality – #GenderGaps | Panel Discussion on Institutional Support for Mental Health and Wellbeing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCmd2ARCf5U#IMPRI Gender Impact Studies Center (GISC), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi invites you to an IMPRI #WebPolicyTalk series:The...
The end of April 2022 saw three significant news items about justice delivery in the nation.Attorney General K.K. Venugopal said that 4.8 crore cases are in the courts and it had become a hopeless situation since “… litigants’ fundamental right to...
T K ArunWhen the gods and the demons together churned the ocean of milk, in their search for nectar, they had to contend, first, with deadly poison. Eventually, the ocean did yield up a pot of nectar. When the...
Anil TrigunayatIt is often surmised in the domain of international relations that if somehow Russia and the United States could find a modus vivendi, many hotspots and conflicts in the world could be averted. Even China’s skewed rise could...
IMPRI TeamDespite the fact that the Constitution of India grants men and women equal rights, gender inequality and gender disparities remain. It therefore becomes imperative to question why there is no structural and visible change, especially in the realms...
IMPRI TeamDespite the fact that the Constitution of India grants men and women equal rights, gender inequality and gender disparities remain. It therefore becomes imperative to question why there is no structural and visible change, especially in the realms...
IMPRI TeamDespite the fact that the Constitution of India grants men and women equal rights, gender inequality and gender disparities remain. It therefore becomes imperative to question why there is no structural and visible change, especially in the realms...
IMPRI TeamAccording to the Report of UNICEF, India is among the world’s most disaster-prone countries, with 27 of its 29 states and 7  union territories exposed to recurrent natural hazards such as cyclones, earthquakes, landslides, floods and droughts.Climate change...
Harsh V. PantFinally, the President of Sri Lanka, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, spoke, and he spoke under duress. After months of refusing to take decisive measures to stem the tide of impending economic and political collapse, the people of Sri Lanka...

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