Articles by Lockdown

New, Contracted Reality From A Flatcar

Economic recovery was to embody a sharp, upward curve. Instead, national unemployment touched a ghastly 9 per cent in December. Urban, salaried employees are the worst affected.

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Chalks On Boards

Starting with exam-going students of standards 10 and 12, states are mulling a gradual reopening of schools

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Dash For Cash

Digital transactions are yet to break India’s love affair with cash. Here’s why.

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Rights Diary

Journalist Makepeace Sitlhou asks when it comes to the North East, whose rights is it anyway?

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Our Wronged Rights

Shaheen Bagh, the inhumanity of migrants trudging home, activists being jailed. The significance of human rights has perhaps never been more pronounced.

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Camus In Kashmir

The long solitudes of 2020 have given everyone ­occasion to “grow tired of prisons” and see the only hope in fighting for love

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Work From Home On A Workcation

WFH takes a nature trail as workstations move closer to the sea or the hills

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Red, Green Lights

Battered by the pandemic and teetering at the edge, sex workers hope a NHRC advisory would get them government grants and dignity of labour

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From Steel To Stocks

Moving to trading equities to stave off lockdown penury called for nerves of steel, but this Gujarati businessman has learnt a few lessons from the experience.

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