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    Chetan Anand

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    Chetan Anand is a research scholar at TISS Mumbai. His research interests are on the intersections of Urbanism, Childhood and Education. His other research interests include violence, philosophy of language, biopolitics, power and modernity. He is also the Assistant Editor for Language and Language Teaching Journal.

    Politics and Paradoxes: All that is Plaguing the Indian Economy

    To strengthen economy BJP government would have to go back to schemes as like of the UPA like MNREGA.

    Feminism Needs Critical Engagement, and We Lack the Patience for It

    The author reflects on the contemporary feminist discourse and brings to light some of his own dilemmas on such a debate.

    The Ignorant School Master: Five Lessons in Intellectual Emancipation by Jaques Ranciere

    Ranciere’s classic work ‘The Ignorant School Master’, just like several such works is not to be seen as a policy document which can immediately be applied in totality.

    Reflecting on Changing Caste Dynamics in the Aftermath of the Lok Sabha Elections

    Caste continues to be an integral component of the Indian society and despite interventions towards its annihilation; it is a significant aspect determining the nation’s destiny for the future.

    Chetan Anand

    6 POSTS
    0 COMMENTS
    Chetan Anand is a research scholar at TISS Mumbai. His research interests are on the intersections of Urbanism, Childhood and Education. His other research interests include violence, philosophy of language, biopolitics, power and modernity. He is also the Assistant Editor for Language and Language Teaching Journal.

    OPINION

    Social Moorings and Distancing: From Living in an Intimate Neighbourhood to Living in a Gated Community

    During the mid- 70’s I grew up in a para (a neighbourhood or locality having a strong sense of community solidarity) in North Bengal...

    Do you have a Right to Protest? The Coronavirus’s Impact on Freedom of Assembly

    The article looks at the impact of the COVID-19 on people's right to protest.

    Colombia gives nearly 1 million Venezuelan migrants legal status and right to work

    Colombia will grant legal status to all Venezuelan migrants who fled there since 2016 to escape their country’s economic collapse and political crisis. The bold...

    How to get COVID-19 vaccines to poor countries – and still keep patent benefits for drugmakers

    The world has a COVID-19 vaccine access and distribution crisis. While almost half of all doses administered so far have been in Europe and North America, while many poorer countries have vaccinated less than than 1% of their populations.

    The Need for Ensuring Authentic Covid-19 Data For Proper Policy Response 

    Scientists have been drawing attention to the  need for a lot of caution to avoid overestimating Covid-19  deaths. This is necessary both to avoid panic and panic-driven unduly harsh measures.