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PUBLISHER'S LETTER

  • Fringe to the fore

    Fringe to the fore

    April 2020

      Consumers invariably end up taking what they are given. Someone somewhere shapes their decisions even as they may live ...

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  • Rethinking healthcare

    Rethinking healthcare

    March 2020

    Public health services need a big push. A larger spend is required, but it is not merely a matter of funding. ...

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  • Lurching along

    Lurching along

    February 2020

    Just when India should be rapidly dealing with its many problems and coasting into a robust future, as it indeed ...

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  • Take it back

    Take it back

    January 2020

    Widespread opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and plans for a proposed National Register of Citizens (NRC) is reason ...

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  • Dharamshala matters

    Dharamshala matters

    December 2019

    You might ask why we chose to go to Dharamshala to cover a film festival and that too as our ...

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  • Customise, localise

    Customise, localise

    November 2019

    Environmental solutions are becoming more precise and targeted and therefore more impactful. Water harvesting is an example. For a long ...

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  • Civil Society's Sweet 16

    Civil Society's Sweet 16

    September 2019

    The running of a small media enterprise comes with many challenges but the journalistic satisfaction in bringing out our magazine ...

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  • Tracking cities

    Tracking cities

    August 2019

    Cities have a major role to play in India’s economy, but there is little that we can say we reliably ...

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  • Doctors for all

    Doctors for all

    July 2019

    Finding a doctor has become increasingly difficult. Of course, there are doctors everywhere and their number is also growing. But ...

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  • Politics and beyond

    Politics and beyond

    June 2019

    In this magazine we prefer to keep ourselves out of politics. Of course, as journalists, there would be no question ...

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  • The business of farming

    The business of farming

    May 2019

    Cooperatives come with well-known frailties. In many ways, Campco is no exception. It was set up to serve the interests ...

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  • Blessed is the small business for it is the future

    Blessed is the small business for it is the future

    April 2019

    The agrarian crisis has everyone worried. But the coolest solutions seem to come from farmers themselves. We have found this ...

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  • A slow churn

    A slow churn

    March 2019

    An economy on the move needs to invest in social change. The problem is that it is not something that ...

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  • Biennale and more

    Biennale and more

    February 2019

    Free-falling spaces enrich a democracy. The Biennale held in Kochi, which is featured as our cover story this month, is ...

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  • The NE picture

    The NE picture

    January 2019

    Much has been said about developing the states in the Northeast of the country and large amounts of money have ...

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