Eco & Pol Notes Archive

TOEING TO IMPERIALIST DESIGNS IS DISASTROUS FOR INDIA

Tenzin Nyima, a Tibetan soldier of Special Frontier Force (SFF) died on August 30, 2020 in a mine blast while […]

PALESTINIAN PEOPLE ARE NOT ALONE IN THEIR STRUGGLE

The United Arab Emirites (UAE) and Israel have signed an Agreement at US White House on August 13th, 2020. It […]

THE RIFT BETWEEN THE EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIARY IN A.P- IMMEDIATE NEED OF A CONSIENTIOUS JUDICIAL SYSTEM

The tussle between the ruling political party in governmental state power – the YSRCP – and the opposition ruling party […]

Assam: Ordinance to Grab Land

The Assam government has announced a three-year license holiday for setting up MSME units on June 29, ostensibly to facilitate […]

Coal Auctions: National wealth to foreign sharks

During the pandemic lockdown, the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change has been showing never seen eagerness and working […]

Railways:Privatisation to the fore

The Vivek Debroy committee recommended that the way forward for the railways was “liberalization not privatisation”, in order to allow […]

Employment: GKRA – Yet Another Mirage

On June 20, Prime Minister Modi announced that Rs 50,000 crore would be spent for giving jobs to returnee migrants […]

Locust Swarm:Foot Print of Environment Degradation

To the uncontrolled spread of corona virus infection, super cyclonic devastation and heat waves in the country, the locusts added […]

Budget 2020-21 : No steps to contain crisis

The Indian economy is facing a crisis. The growth rate has dropped to its lowest in the last 11 years. […]

Telecom Sector : Plunder of Indian Resoures

These entire years telecom sector has been placated as the perfect example of benefits from the liberalization. Once a family […]

Facts about Bangladeshi Migration to Assam

The Office of the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India released migration data regarding 2011 census.[…]

Railway Privatisation :A shameful sell-out

As a part of the privatization of railways, the government decided to allow private companies to run trains in designated […]