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Wildlife and Conservation in the times of Covid-19

This is the editorial from the Vol. XXVI, No. 3, June 2020 (No. 145) Issue of the Protected Areas Update, a newsletter produced by Kalpavriksh and Centre for Policy Studies.
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The Pragmatics Of Online Teaching

I have been tempted to write this blog because of several messages that I have received in response to an op-ed piece that I published on NDTV...
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Surviving A ‘Shadow’ Pandemic: Domestic Abuse In The Time Of Covid-19

How many of us can even imagine living 24x7 under the same roof as one’s abuser, with the constant fear of what he (in rare cases she) might do next to hurt you? 
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Covid-19 in the Southern States: A Cautious Sigh of Relief

21 April was an important day for Kerala. Until then, Kerala was going neck to neck with Maharashtra, with the highest number of Covid-19 cases in India.
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Covid-19: Has Kerala Turned The Tide – three tell-tale signs

Covid-19 made an early appearance in Kerala. The state government was quick to contain these cases and was acknowledged for its efforts.
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Reflections on Surveillance In The Middle Of A Pandemic

We live in an age marked by one overarching phenomenon — surveillance. Operationalised through electronics and analysed through algorithms...
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Dignifying the Needs of the Vulnerable: calibrating a public policy response to Covid-19

An epidemic – especially in a densely populated and highly unequal country like India, with state capacities stretched to the limit – presents special challenges to policy scholars.
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Surveilling the Virus

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the world, cities and countries are left grappling with questions of how to minimise spread, how to meet the requirements...
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