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"Markets cannot deliver healthcare, education" by Anurag Behar, Livemint, April 2017

Good healthcare needs other social institutions and structures such as public trust, enforceable professional ethical codes, public delivery systems and tight regulations

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Language and Language Teaching

A publication by Azim Premji University, Language and Language Teaching has been concerned primarily with building bridges between theory and practice, the researchers and classroom practitioners.

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The Bird Who Made It Rain, A story by Class III Boy, Reodar, Sirohi

During Bal Mela in 2016, a young boys narrated this story which is presented here in a sketches and words

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Learning Curve

The articles in this issue covers various aspects of teacher and teaching.

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I Wonder

I Wonder is a science magazine, published by Azim Premji University. This issue explores various aspects of science.

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At Right Angles

A publication by Azim Premji University, this issue celebrates the art of the matter.

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"Imagining A Dystopia" by Chandan Gowda, Bangalore Mirror, March 2017

At a recent discussion at my university, Ashis Nandy, the cultural psychologist, observed that agreement was more readily found in relation to dystopias, than to utopias.

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"Ecosystem management as a wicked problem" by Ruth DeFries and Harini Nagendra, Science, April 2017

Ecosystems are self-regulating systems that provide societies with food, water, timber, and other resources.

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"Education and the Constitution of India" by Anurag Behar, Livemint, February 2017

A commitment to constitutional values and aims demanded education to help do away with caste

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"Jobless growth still the leitmotif" by Amit Basole, The Tribune, February 2017

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has played safe and has given a sensible budget. But it is a lost opportunity because he has clearly fallen short of any grand transformative economic re-thinking.

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"Factors Influencing Perceptions and Use of Urban Nature: Surveys of Park Visitors in Delhi" by Somajita Paul and Harini Nagendra, Land, April 2017

Urban green spaces provide important recreational, social and psychological benefits to stressed city residents. This paper aims to understand the importance of parks for visitors.

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"Millet: A Different Journey" by Chandan Gowda, Bangalore Mirror, April 2017

The growing curiosity about millets should not remain a matter of personal food choices. It should help clarify that consumption has social consequences.

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