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Tag: The Statesman Opinion

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  • Virus Origins

    Virus Origins

    The investigative report Biden ordered is due out by end of the Summer. The stakes are extremely high given the question of responsibility for millions of deaths worldwide, which potent institutions would much prefer to blame on wildlife. Keep in mind that, even if it were somehow proven that the pandemic had a non-laboratory origin, all the preceding research projects undeniably exist and continue, for the most part, unchecked.

    July 30, 2021
  • Fake vaccines

    Fake vaccines

    The overwhelming ignorance during the period when the camp thrived ought to stump the health department authorities at Nabanna.

    June 27, 2021
  • Poland at crossroads

    Poland at crossroads

    The outlook is uncertain for the LGBT community in Poland.

    July 17, 2020
  • China steps in

    China steps in

    But the crisis must of necessity be staved off in the interest of regional peace and stability.

    August 8, 2019
  • Middle-East’s two outlaw states

    Middle-East’s two outlaw states

    History has demonstrated time and again that demanding change through nonviolence is an effective path to reconciliation and brotherhood.

    April 26, 2019
  • Is secularism in crisis in India today?

    Is secularism in crisis in India today?

    A state can be held to be secular if it honours all religious faiths equally.

    April 26, 2019
  • In death row

    In death row

    The Death Penalty India Report comes as a rude shock. Principles of custodial care remain theoretical for the death-row prisoners, although it is obligatory for the police to take care of their well-being and health. It is fervently to be hoped that the findings of the report will prompt the prison administrators and policy makers to sit up and take notice and thus effect meaningful interventions to ensure the right of the undertrials to have an effective justice delivery system in the country

    April 26, 2019
  • The seeds of farmers’ woes

    The seeds of farmers’ woes

    Babu Lal and his wife Mirdi Bai have been traditionally cultivating wheat, maize and bajra (millet) on their farmland in Palesar village (Kotra block of Udaipur district, Rajasthan). This provided food for several months in a year to the 10-member family, apart from providing fodder for farm and dairy animals who are essential components of …

    September 12, 2015