The Central government’s publicly-funded health insurance program Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PMJAY) saw a heavy boost of 166% that is from Rs 2,400 crore which was estimated in 2018-19 to Rs 6,400 crore in the union Continue reading Ayushman Bharat: “Game-changer Initiative to Serve the Poor?”
World Bank (WB) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) (both established in 1944) – played a significant role in saving capitalism from its crisis during the Second World War. Since then, these two financial institutions gradually Continue reading World Bank, IMF and the ‘Hunger by Design’ – Where Does India Stand?
In the notion of developing economy, Bangladesh has become a model for the largest non-governmental organisations (like BRAC, Grameen Bank etc). This model is now well projected in elite Indian academic institutes as Continue reading NGO Politics – A Scenario in Bangladesh
It will not be an exaggeration if we say that India is the sole country in the whole world where, at present, the lives of cows are more secured than the lives of common people, especially who belong to the marginalized communities. Continue reading Cow Vigilantism and the Politics of ‘Cow Protection’
The acting Finance Minister Piyush Goyal on Feb 1, 2019, presented the Interim Union Budget Continue reading Interim Union Budget 2019: Few Observations
On January 28, two independent members of the National Statistical Commission (NSC), P C Continue reading Tinkering with Statistics: The Resignation of Two NSC Members
Kerala has been ravaged by severe floods affecting all 14 districts in the state. The Centre has Continue reading Kerala Floods – A Man Made Disaster?
To increase the tax burden on the people, to favor the corporate big capital over the small Continue reading Oppose GST and Demand Abolition of Indirect Taxes