The demand for repealing the Rajasthan Right to Health Care Act would be tantamount to thwarting patient rights, in what is the first attempt in India at protecting them, writes Edward Premdas Pinto, in Deccan Herald.
The kathputli artists of Delhi have been struggling to regain momentum after they were moved out of their homes to a transit camp in 2017, writes Himanshu Pargai, in People’s Archive of Rural India (PARI).
Donors’ misplaced notions hurt funding and hamper Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) that need firm commitments of support, writes Anurag Behar, in Mint.
Sharda CSR, an ecologist and student, Azim Premji University, in Nature inFocus, ruminates about the bioluminescent insects and the reasons for their drastic population decline.
Gowri Satya, Ashwin, Shravan, Shivkumar, in At Right Angles (AtRiA), present some interesting problems centred around the humble and modest grid.
Chandrika Soni, in Learning Curve, demonstrates how learning becomes an immensely enjoyable experience when the boundaries of subjects are removed.
Preservice teacher preparation should consider the multidimensional roles during teacher training as a preparation for inclusion, writes Anuradha Naidu, in Learning Curve.
Neeraj Grover, faculty member, Azim Premji University, at an event by Alternative Law Forum, highlights the role of the State in managing financial markets, which either exacerbates or reduces the wealth inequality in the country, writes Sarah Thanawala, in The Leaflet.
It is not about speed but striking a balance, whether on a bike or in life, writes Sharoon Sunny, faculty member, Azim Premji University, in Deccan Herald.
Confronting the established normative hegemony of patrilocality, a woman often has little choice but to operate within its overarching framework, writes Anshu Saluja, faculty member, Azim Premji University, in The Indian Express.
From waging wars for natural nitrogen to producing it artificially, humanity has a complicated history and a worrisome future with this element, writes Harshada R, student, Azim Premji University, in Nature inFocus.
Donors must commit long term funds if a real difference must be made to people being helped out, writes Anurag Behar, in Mint.
Shilpi Handa and Ronita Sharma, in Learning Curve, explain how concepts such as democracy and equality that appear distant from a child’s understanding, can be explained clearly to them with properly designed instructional strategies and activities.
Scrapping Category 2B from the Karnataka state Backward Classes (BC) list allows us to evaluate the Muslim quota debate afresh, writes Khalid Anis Ansari, faculty member, Azim Premji University, in The Times of India.
Arima Mishra and Mukta Gundi, faculty members, Azim Premji University, in ET Healthworld, on the occasion of World Health Day, highlight how collective ownership plays a crucial role in improving the health and well-being of communities.
Rajesh Golani and Rajendran Narayanan, two IIT alumni, in The Hindu, share a perspective on what they saw and how discrimination operated on the pretext of merit.
Aarya Patil, a young conservationist and student, Azim Premji University, in Nature inFocus, compares and contrasts two scenarios where religion played a role in the proliferation and deterioration of the natural world.
Shivani Taneja, in Learning Curve, explores how teachers working in the classroom space can find the immense potential for change within the system for the children they meet every day.
Krishnapriya Tamma, in i wonder…, explores infectious diseases, their origins, and their spread. She also explains ways of studying them and how human societies can combat or limit their spread.
Aadya Thammaiah, a young ecologist and student, Azim Premji University, shares the field diary of her visit to a manmade rainforest in the city of Alappuzha, Kerala, in Nature inFocus.
The Karnataka electorate is known to vote differently in the national and state elections. No party has repeated itself in power since 1985, writes A Narayana, faculty member, Azim Premji University, in Hindustan Times.
Trees that are decades and centuries old must have the same legal status as our heritage buildings, recognising their cultural significance, writes Harini Nagendra, faculty member, Azim Premji University, in Deccan Herald.
Dharmic Nation forms part of a new body of work that in recent times has challenged the relevance of secularism to the Indian polity, writes Malini Bhattacharjee, faculty member, Azim Premji University, in News18.