Today, we notice that popular fashion has been influenced with traditional arts. The youth today is increasingly moving towards traditional arts.
The decisions being made about when and how to relax the lockdown can be discussed as a kind of trolley problem. We have diverted from the track of “normal life” as we make desperate attempts to save lives from the virus.
While it is far from perfect, definitely inefficient, and highly opaque, it has surely changed the lives of many. The MGNREGA, as an idea, has a lot of potential
MGNREGA has been hailed by many as the largest rural employment schemes in the world and has been credited with initiating a splendid transformation in India’s rural areas in many respects. Over the years, it has seen many changes and iterations, has had its fair share of controversies, and has also built up a sizable opposition that questions its necessity and efficiency
Peer to peer lending in itself is a responsible body to ensure financing in India. In times of crisis, alternate sources of finance like P2P lending are good support in ensuring safe transactions with proper guidelines
ONORC looks like it is the need of the hour. However, the costs and implications outweigh the benefits from the perspective of states’ administrative capacities
Desired changes cannot be brought by the Government if there is an absence of public consensus; it can only be built if people are actively made to realise the damage which they are doing to the environment through their actions.
The country is paying the price for neglecting investment in health and education over many decades. It may be hoped that this pandemic induces a change for the positive in how the government views sectors like health and education.
There will be no decentralization of power even though the Prime Minister is aiming for a Swadeshi economics model propagated by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.
Rich get cake, poor get cane. Many are dying daily on the roads, in trains in their attempt to reach home, to their families. Rich got flight-down home; poor got flies on their dead bodies. One wonders if the constitutional provisions like human dignity, equality, fraternity include the poor.
A migrant worker, his seven- month pregnant wife, and other family members walk 500 kilometers from Mumbai to their home in Buldhana. It was a struggle on their way home carrying their children and belongings as they walked day and night.
A discussion on the current impact of the ongoing lockdown on consumerism in rural India can be initiated in the realm of agriculture. In a village in Maharashtra, a farmer is not able to transport tomatoes to even small towns as the truck drivers are not operating because they have gone to their native village….