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Migrant labourers’ issue:...

The Supreme Court on Monday said it was not happy with the steps taken by the Centre in addressing the acute problems of migrant labourers during the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic.

Supreme Court to hear ple...

The Supreme Court will today hear a suo motu petition, taking into account the “problems and miseries of migrant labourers," amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Union govt completely clu...

The Union government today admitted in Parliament that it was completely clueless on how many stranded labourers died trudging their way back through locked down states, or even how much ration (state-wise) had been provided to them during the period.

“Musings from My Desk”: H...

The lopsided management of lakhs of migrant workers wishing to return to their villages in the absence of jobs and any means of livelihood tells us the story of their plight

Court rulings send a stro...

America is a nation where people stop for red traffic lights late at night even when no other traffic is obvious. Process is important and it is embedded in a good bit of federal regulations.

Harnessing Youth Power

A force of young Indians trained by the armed forces can be set up and deployed in the country and even overseas, on request. It can be used for multiple operations

“The Migrants Will Come B...

Covid-19 turned the worl...

Dying of the Light

The migrant crisis triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic is the worst humanitarian tragedy seen in India since Partition. Nothing illustrates that more than the heartbreaking video of a toddler trying to wake up his dead mother on Bihar’s Muzaffarpur railway platform

SC Reserves Order On Migr...

The Supreme Court on Friday asked all State Governments to send back migrants who have been stuck since the imposition of the lockdown within 15 days even as it reserved its order on the suo motu petition on the plight of migrant labour for June 9.

Going Home to Die on the ...

By the third week of May, more than 200 migrants were reported to have died due to road accidents while trudging home because of the nationwide lockdown. A colleague of mine suggested that we should do an analysis of the causes of these accidents.

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