[Policy] National Policy for Rare Diseases 2021

2021-04-07T15:48:21+05:30By |Categories: Polity|

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It is binding on a welfare state to take care of every single citizen. Securing the wellbeing of every one, particularly those unable to help themselves, irrespective of whether they constitute a critical mass or not, is important. The recent notification of the National Policy for Rare Diseases 2021 [...]

[Polity] Debate around Places of Worship Act.

2021-03-21T14:11:14+05:30By |Categories: Polity|

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The story so far: Earlier this month, the Supreme Court asked the Centre to respond to a petition that challenges the constitutional validity of the Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act, 1991. The law was enacted to freeze the status of all places of worship in the country as on August 15, [...]

Polity-Federalism and India’s human capital.

2021-02-27T09:49:26+05:30By |Categories: Polity|

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Investing in human capital through interventions in nutrition, health, and education is critical for sustainable growth. But India’s human capital indicators remain low. In the World Bank’s Human Capital Index, the country ranked 116th. […]

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Polity – 100th year of the Montagu-Chelmsford Reform!!!

2018-07-27T00:18:10+05:30By |Categories: Polity|

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This month marks the 100th year of the publication of the ‘Report on Indian constitutional reforms’, commonly known as the Montagu-Chelmsford Report (MCR). Edwin Montagu, then Secretary of State for India, had advocated for increased participation of Indians in the British Indian administration and had begun consultations [...]

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