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RIGHT Foot Forward

Sandip Ghose is a writer and blogger on current affairs. Views expressed are personal and does not reflect those of his employer

POLITICS

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How Rajasthan horse-trading in Covid times is politically damaging

The developments in Rajasthan are particularly disturbing, and reveal a frightening callousness of our political class.

VARIETY

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Why post-Covid life will be all about managing daily disruptions

Work from home also means intrusion into the family structure. Counterintuitive as it may seem, home-offices, far from improving work-life balance, may actually end up destroying it.

VARIETY

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What businesses and corporate houses can do to kickstart the economy

The Covid war is far from over. India has done well in managing the pandemic so far. But the gains achieved can be easily undone by a few follies.

POLITICS

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Total boycott of Chinese goods is impractical, but posturing is not a bad idea

Visuals of people throwing 'Made in China' TV sets from their balconies and nationalist groups protesting with anti-China banners are useful ‘conflict-time’ optics that the Chinese state-owned media did not miss.

VARIETY

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Why we cannot allow ​encore of Delhi and Mumbai in our villages 

Rural India needs to be protected from the community spread of Covid-19 as our villages are the primary engine of the economy in these trying times.

VARIETY

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Unlock 1.0: How not to undo the gains of the lockdown

The threat to undoing the gains of the lockdown is less from the spike in the number of infected cases, and more from the mismanagement of Unlock1.0.

POLITICS

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Why Centre and States need to work together in the Covid-19 fight

Management of the next phase of Covid-19 is going to be as much of an economic and administrative challenge as a medical one.

VARIETY

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Living with Corona cannot be a game of chance like Russian Roulette

Unless a risk can be considered reasonable, it is akin to gambling. Without a fair prospect of survival, very few would be willing to play the game of chance with Covid-19

POLITICS

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Why Aatmanirbhar Bharat is not about Swadeshi vs Videshi

Aatmanirbhar Bharat is not about being defensive and building protective walls, but embracing the world with pride and confidence.

POLITICS

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Why we need to go back to Bharat to reboot India

The short-term salvation lies in 'Bharat', or 'the other India', as it is called.