While the death of an Indian woman in Ireland because of abortion laws caused ripples in our country, we forget the many women who continue to die or suffer every day in India because of lack of political will when it comes to maternal health, writes Neha Rathi.
Among other mistakes, right policy decisions taken at wrong times and their improper implementation may be blamed for the country's economic crisis during the 10-year-rule of the UPA, writes Abdul Wasey.
The failure of fiscal policy alone cannot explain the fall in the growth rate to below 5% in the last two years; India has faced not so much policy paralysis as implementation paralysis, writes TT Ram Mohan.
Fiscal cutbacks directed at areas with high multiplier effects are not just bad from social and political perspectives, it is also wrong macroeconomics because it adds further downward pressure on an economy that is already slowing down, writes Jayati Ghosh.
High food prices is probably the biggest policy-related issue in India today. In this article for Policy In India, Shoaib Daniyal explores the causes for this and proposes a few key solutions out of this morass.
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Congress president Sonia Gandhi today targeted the BJP and its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi with an apparent reference to 'Snoopgate', or the alleged spying on a young woman by Gujarat police officers in 2009.
Policy In India: India has long been known for legislating populist schemes to appeal to the neglected sections of the society. But, experience shows that most of these schemes have just provided fodder for more such schemes, even as the basic challenges remain unaddressed, writes Ashok Kumar.