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Title The Caravan
Language English
Country, continent India, Asia
Editor The Caravan, New Delhi
Periodicity Monthly
Editions electronic
Website http://caravanmagazine.in/

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Greenpeace India may be forced to halve staff, operations amid government (...)

Tushar Dhara 31/01/19

Greenpeace India, the environmental non-governmental organisation, will scale back its operations and staff in the country by nearly 50 percent in the near future. This comes months after the Enforcement Directorate’s decision to freeze its (...)

Trade Unions protest against Modi’s “pro-corporate” and “anti-people” labour (...)

Nileena MS 09/01/19

On 3 January this year, the union cabinet cleared an amendment to the Trade Union Act, 1926, eliciting protests from ten out of 13 of the country’s central trade unions, who termed it “an attempt to retain arbitrary power in their hands in order (...)

India: Student Day. The age of ABVP

Priyanka Dubey 24/10/17

SUR SADAN IS THE CULTURAL EPICENTRE OF AGRA. The auditorium hosts many of the city’s most significant cultural events, and stands in a compound along one of the main roads through the city centre. Potted plants, arrayed a few paces from each (...)

Why we don’t talk about inequality—and how to start again

Pratap Bhanu Mehta 16/10/12

1. The New Challenge of Inequality The principle of equality is having a revolutionary effect on life in contemporary India.” This was the considered assessment of the eminent American political scientist Myron Weiner, writing for Foreign (...)

Democracy by Fragments?

Christophe Jaffrelot 12/04/12

With state parties capturing an increasing slice of the electorate, their self-interests pose an even greater threat to good governance T HE ELECTION RESULTS IN UTTAR PRADESH and four other states last month have confirmed that the standard (...)

After the last war

Anonymous 27/02/12

Sri Lanka’s Tamils pick up the pieces after a war that defined—and shattered—the lives of a generation On the afternoon of 19 may 2009, at around 1:20 pm, a ration shop accountant named Sivarajan ran to the front of the winding lunch queue in the (...)