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- 7th October – Why Urdu is an Indian language, not a foreign one?
- 5th October – The brick and mortar of ‘FDI 2.0’
- 4th October – An effective plan to end the use of plastic
- 3rd October – India’s fight against tuberculosis must face another enemy, HIV
- 2nd October – Urban Cooperative Banks
- 1st October – Right to be Forgotten
- 30th September – Explained – Ranitidine
- 28th September – National Population Register – Explained
- 27th September – E-assessment
- 26th September – The attack on agroecology
- 25th September – Inequality of another kind
- 24th September – Harvard in Hisar?
- 23rd September – Deadlock in Afghanistan
- 21st September – The best way to reform India’s architecture of fiscal federalism
- 20th September 2019 – Explained – Why e-Cigarettes bother the Government?
- 19th September 2019 – Explained – Uniform Civil Code
- 18th September – Floor Space Index
- 17th September – Averting desertification
- 16th September – A milestone in greater transparency, accountability
- 14th September – Eradicating Malnutrition
- 13th September – Explained – Motor Vehicles Amendment Act
- 12th September – Explained – What is UNHRC?
- 11th September- The Amazon fires, an alarm that lacks proportion
- 10th September- The case for privatising public sector banks
- 9th September – Putting the pedal to the metal
- 7th September – A weak chase – On controlling Hepatitis B
- 6th September – Putting accident victims at the centre of vehicles law
- 5th September – Explained – Slowdown in automobile sector
- 4th September – NRC – Who’s in, who’s out
- 3rd September – Is the slowdown cyclical or structural?
- 2nd September – Big bank theory : on Public Sector Banks merger
- 31st August – Government needs to be prudent in using RBI’s reserves
- 30th August – Debenture Redemption Reserve
- 29th August 2019- Rediscovering development banks
- 28th August 2019- Giving wings to better air connectivity
- 27th August 2019- A bottom-up approach to conservation
- 26th August 2019- Challenges ahead in Kashmir
- 24th August- Government medical Education hugely subsidised- here’s how
- 23rd August- New Delhi’s options in the face of Beijing’s stance on Kashmir(Harsh V Pant)
- 22nd August- Population and Patriotism
- 21st August- Modern Monetary Theory (Very Important)
- 20th August- An Intervention that leads to more questions
- 19th August- 5G Infrastructure for Global Digital Economy
- 17th August- Understanding the post of “Chief of Defence Staff”
- 16th August- States of the Union
- 15th August- Writing out a Clean Bill on Health
- 14th August – Rooting AI in Ethics
- 13th August – A Point to ponder over in the POSCO Bill
- 12th August – Kashmir Issue – Explained
- 10th August – The long arm of the new CSR Law
- 9th August – The big picture on tigers
- 8th August – Lessons for Kashmir’s economic integration with the rest of India
- Article 370 – Explained in detail
- 6th August – New Consumer Protection Bill
- 5th August – The taproot of conservation justice
- 3rd August – Time to articulate a ‘Moral Code of Conduct’
- 2nd August – Transforming livelihoods through farm ponds
- 1st August – Padding up for the next UNSC innings
- 31st July – The survival struggle for payments banks
- 30th July – Risk to Federalism
- 29th July – The crime of silence around the country’s suicide epidemic
- 27th July – The terrorist tag : on the latest amendments to the NIA Act
- 26th July – Having the last word on ‘population control’
- 25th July – Faltering steps in the anti-AIDS march
- 24th July – What’s NEXT? – National Medical Commission
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