The government has finally made a database that will keep a track of the movement for migrants from one state to another.
The plight of the migrant class in the phase of the lockdown and the institutional apathy are surely matters of grave societal concern.
Women’s participation in the informal economy is phenomenal but their representation is insignificant. There is a need to secure the livelihoods of the working poor and especially the women employed in the informal economy.
The lockdown has had significant gains for the environment but in the long run only an economy that is ecologically sensitive and based on the principles of Swaraj will be key to conserving the environment.
In times of enhanced mobility and growth of the labour market, caste based migration continues to be an important determining force.
The WEF Report says that it will take seven generations of Indian poor to reach even the mean income.
RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat underlines two-child policy, while Asaduddin Owaisi launches attack on growing unemployment.
The financial benefits will also be extended to the broader class of Ayushman Bharat, which covers 40% of the population.
The Centre on Friday announced that the Citizenship (Amendment) Act will come into force from January 10.
If datasets are used in an unregulated manner, it may pose severe challenges surrounding misuse and trading of the citizens personal information.