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The invisible hand in the age of minimum government

The invisible hand in the age of minimum government

It is important to understand how much ‘minimum government’ is and whether free markets- if left to their own devices- can be feasible practically. We look at this by examining Kaushik Basu’s book, ‘Beyond the invisible hand: Groundwork for new economics’ to give us an insight into the different market failures that occur under free markets, which can be solved through limited government interference and the how individual social cognition would lead to the most efficient market allocation.

Made in Heaven and the Politics of Negotiation

Made in Heaven and the Politics of Negotiation

While there are lots of aspects pertaining to sex, sexuality, gender and violence that Made in Heaven touches upon, we review the show focussing on feminist negotiations and its manifestations in various forms. The Indian entertainment industry has always had heterosexual romance, the institution of marriage, weddings as its central themes but Made In Heaven gives postmodern shift to the same themes fitting in contemporary times. 

The South Asian Enigma: What is the conundrum and how to dodge India out?

The South Asian Enigma: What is the conundrum and how to dodge India out?

Child malnutrition and stunting in India is greater than in most poorer regions of the Sub-Saharan Africa. A combination of poor nutrition, disease and infections, and lack of proper care leads to stunted growth among children. Malnutrition causes stunting that impairs children’s physical development and their learning and cognitive abilities in the long run.