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Private Schools vs. Caste Discrimination

by Alex Tabarrok Nearly 30% of children in India (ages 6-14) attend private schools and in some states and many urban regions a majority of the students attend private schools. Compared to the government schools, private schools perform modestly better on measures of learning (Muraldiharan… Continue Reading →

Crimes against women tell of the larger issues of caste, communalism and economics #Vaw

Not her fault URVASHI BUTALIA PTIIt takes a village: The recent atrocities at Badaun force us to ask hard questions of ourselves Crimes against women tell of the larger issues of caste, communalism and economics It has been just over… Continue Reading →

Gujarat model is a lie: CPI(M) #NOMOre_2014

ANITA JOSHUA “Modinomics” is based on “sweetheart deals” with the corporate sector CPI(M) Polit Bureau member Brinda Karat with Arun Mehta, CPI(M) Central Committee member (Gujarat), at a press conference in New Delhion Monday.— Photo: Shanker Chakravarty Equating the Bharatiya… Continue Reading →

Modinomics: Do Narendra Modi’s economic claims add up?

The BJP candidate may be leading India‘s prime ministerial election polls, but his record, while good, doesn’t justify the hype Maitreesh Ghatak and Sanchari Roy Thursday 13 March 2014 theguardian.com —- Narendra Modi, the prime ministerial candidate of the Bharatiya… Continue Reading →

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