Articles outside Bodhi tagged "Frontline"

Frontline: Neoliberal illogic
A critical analysis on why neoliberal policies will not help in alleviating inflation, and will necessarily aggravate it.

6 years

Frontline: Invisible people: Migrant labourers in Kerala
For many residents in Kerala, where for every 100 households there are 29 emigrants, all this brings a strange sense of deja vu – only the characters in the story are different and are from other States.

6 years

Frontline: Battling On
Irom Sharmila's ‘fast unto death' is 10 years old, but the powers that be show no sign of relenting on the AFSPA.

6 years

Frontline: Road to rebellion
Austerity, which hits the poor and the middle classes, is the new mantra of governments in Europe even as private capital corners stimulus packages writes C.P. Chandrasekhar.

6 years

Frontline: Far removed from secular universe
ANUPAM GUPTA was counsel for the Liberhan Commission of Inquiry, which was set up to bring out the truth behind the demolition of the Babri Masjid in December 1992. In this interview to Frontline, he shares his views about the judgments and explains, for the benefit of readers, some of the legal conundrums underlying them.

6 years