- Should we privatise water?
- The king of trying times
- Closer to Brussels
- Trading away our digital rights
- A red light to privilege
- Red, blue, ordinary
- Cheap generic vs costly branded: Issues in picking right drug in India
- States of inequality
- Participatory approach to the Internet
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There is no case for water privatisation. In pushing for it, we are ignoring the key issue, which is better governance
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India must first secure its digital sovereignty before it can begin global trade talks
The Union Cabinet’s decision to curb the use of beacons can change the perception of the state
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants doctors to prescribe generic medicines over branded ones.
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