• The Red Queen Effect’ in Bannerghatta 

    The shortsighted vision of cities — assuming all ecological spaces to be ​‘waste’ lands, areas that can be sacrificed for urban infrastructure development whenever we choose — needs to be combated, writes Harini Nagendra, in Deccan Herald.

  • Wages of inequality: The income-growth gap 

    Gap between wage and GDP growth indicates a worsening of income distribution as well as weak improvements in welfare, write Amit Basole and Zico Dasgupta, in The Indian Express.

  • How healthy is the health budget? 

    The health budget for 2024 – 25 does not inspire much hope for the public health sector despite the 10% increase in the budget allocated for the National Health Mission, write Mampi Bose and Sunit Arora, in Deccan Herald.

  • जन स्वास्थय की कविता 

    अमर उजाला में प्रकाशित मयूर त्रिवेदी की पब्लिक हेल्थ की कविता बीमारी एवं इलाज़ आधारित दृष्टिकोण पर सवाल उठाकर स्वास्थ्य को असर करते समाज और विकास के पहलू पर ध्यान आकर्षित करती है।