Neither the law nor its hidebound interpretation makes it easy for a couple to end a marriage Seated on one of the wooden benches lining the walls of a sultry family court in Chennai, 28-year-old school teacher Mallika* waits for her case number to be called. This will be her 13th hearing, in as many
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The shift to private education is not good. Government schools ought to be the drivers of change In Uncertain Glory — India and its Contradictions, Jean Dreze and Amartya Sen begin their chapter on education with a quote from Rabindranath Tagore: “The imposing tower of misery which today rests on the heart of India has its
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