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How forecasters got their monsoon predictions wrong, again

By Jayashree Nandi
UPDATED ON JUN 17, 2021 12:17 PM IST
Forecasters, both government and private, know that any update on the monsoon can lift or dampen public sentiments, shape economic policy, and have acknowledged gaps in forecasting
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Representational image. (AFP)

After recession, the Indian economy faces a stagflation threat

UPDATED ON JUN 16, 2021 03:26 PM IST
The economy is still struggling to “revive and sustain growth on a durable basis”, something which the latest Reserve Bank of India Monetary Policy Committee Resolution, on June 4, listed as a key challenge
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Representational image. (HT Archive)

Higher education faces structural inequality across gender, caste, region

By Abhishek Jha
UPDATED ON JUN 15, 2021 04:55 PM IST
This has an impact on the nature of enrolment, with the distribution of students among different types of colleges in a state correlated with the distribution of types of colleges in the state
Frontline workers sit in an observation room after getting vaccinated for the Covid-19 disease, amid the second wave in Bengaluru on May 23. (File photo) Exclusive
Frontline workers sit in an observation room after getting vaccinated for the Covid-19 disease, amid the second wave in Bengaluru on May 23. (File photo)

To prepare for the third wave of Covid-19, here is what India needs to do

By Abhishek Jha, Vineet Sachdev
UPDATED ON JUN 14, 2021 08:53 PM IST
Vaccinations apart, here are four things that must be done to reduce the impact of a possible third wave of Covid-19 infections
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Representational image. (Milind Saurkar/HT Photo)

Are ‘remunerative’ MSPs boosting rural demand?

UPDATED ON JUN 10, 2021 05:41 PM IST
Even though the government is offering remunerative MSPs year after year, this might not have generated strong tailwinds for overall demand. Of course, the situation would be worse if MSPs did not exist
Shoppers at Sarojini Nagar market, in New Delhi on Monday, June 7.Markets reopened in Delhi under the Unlock plan. (Sanjeev Verma/HT photo) Exclusive
Shoppers at Sarojini Nagar market, in New Delhi on Monday, June 7.Markets reopened in Delhi under the Unlock plan. (Sanjeev Verma/HT photo)

Economic recovery begins, but of what kind?

UPDATED ON JUN 09, 2021 05:43 AM IST
Given the experience of the economic recovery after the first wave of Covid-19 infections, it is also important to look into the nature rather than just its trajectory
A health official prepares a vaccine kit as she takes part in a mock drill for Covid-19 vaccine delivery at a primary health centre in Chennai in January this year. (File photo) Exclusive
A health official prepares a vaccine kit as she takes part in a mock drill for Covid-19 vaccine delivery at a primary health centre in Chennai in January this year. (File photo)

The rural healthcare challenge

By Soham D Bhaduri
UPDATED ON JUN 08, 2021 07:38 AM IST
Managing Covid requires a revamp of rural curative care infrastructure, and reorientation of health personnel competencies and public expectations
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Representational Image. (File photo)

Can exports boost India’s GDP in 2021-22?

UPDATED ON JUN 08, 2021 07:38 AM IST
India’s GDP is expected to grow at 9.5% in 2021-22 instead of 10.5%. Even as it made a downward revision in its growth projections, MPC noted a possible source of tailwinds to growth and said that “… the strengthening global recovery should support the export sector”
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Representational image. (Sanchit Khanna/HT PHOTO)

There is a gender gap in India’s vaccination coverage

By Abhishek Jha & Dhrubo Jyoti
UPDATED ON JUN 08, 2021 07:33 AM IST
It is important to get an in-built statistical bias out of the way before looking at probable causes. Men outnumber women in India. So, is the number of vaccinated men outnumbering women just a function of India’s skewed sex-ratio?
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Representational image. (HT Archive)

Managing intra-party dissent—the contrasting tale of the BJP and the Congress

UPDATED ON JUN 07, 2021 03:11 PM IST
Hindustan Times speaks to leaders in both parties and dissident camps to understand how the tools may be different in both camps, but the fallout could often end up being the same
Available evidence suggests that finding a paid job is much harder for women than men. And once they enter the labour market, women still face limited work options. (Representational image)
Available evidence suggests that finding a paid job is much harder for women than men. And once they enter the labour market, women still face limited work options. (Representational image)

The invisible women in India’s labour market

By Ruchika Chaudhary
PUBLISHED ON JUN 02, 2021 05:49 PM IST
As per one recent study, the time spent on household and care responsibilities has increased by almost 30% in India due to the closure of schools and care services. Consequently, women have dropped out of the labour market
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Representational image. (PTI)

As the pandemic hit, how much did India spend on health?

By Roshan Kishore and Abhishek Jha
UPDATED ON JUN 02, 2021 04:27 PM IST
As India faced its second wave of infections, the most severe in the world so far in terms of daily cases, the supply constraints only worsened. Everything from testing kits to hospital beds, oxygen to ventilators, medicines to ambulances have seemed to be in short supply
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Representational image. (HT PHOTO)

India’s tax burden shifted from boardrooms to petrol pumps during Covid-19

By Roshan Kishore and Vineet Sachdev
UPDATED ON JUN 01, 2021 02:25 PM IST
On a year-on-year basis, corporation tax collections saw the biggest decline, whereas Union excise duties had the biggest jump. Union excise duty is the only tax head where actual collections have surpassed even the budget estimates in the Union Budget
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Representational image. (AFP)

Vaccine lessons for India from Black America

By Nikhil Pandhi
UPDATED ON MAY 31, 2021 03:50 PM IST
Those hesitant to take vaccines are often those whom social health systems have categorically harmed and historically failed to heal
Model Town market in Ludhiana, Punjab, wears a deserted look during the weekend lockdown on Sunday, May 30. (by (Harsimar Pal Singh/HT photo) Exclusive
Model Town market in Ludhiana, Punjab, wears a deserted look during the weekend lockdown on Sunday, May 30. (by (Harsimar Pal Singh/HT photo)

Covid-19: Should India start opening up?

By Abhishek Jha and Vineet Sachdev
UPDATED ON MAY 31, 2021 11:35 AM IST
The second wave of Covid-19 infections in India is slowing down. The seven-day moving average of daily cases peaked on May 9, 2021. On May 27, this number was 56% of the peak of 392,000 cases. To be sure, the daily caseload is still much higher than what it was even at the peak of the first wave
Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) chief Kamal Haasan. (PTI)
Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) chief Kamal Haasan. (PTI)

After poll rout, Haasan faces an uncertain political future

By Divya Chandrababu
UPDATED ON MAY 29, 2021 12:42 AM IST
In the results declared on May 2, all the party’s candidates — 135 from Makkal Needhi Maiam and the others contested by allies — lost in the 234-seat assembly
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Representational Image. (File photo)

The political variables that will shape the 2024 verdict

By Roshan Kishore and Abhishek Jha
UPDATED ON MAY 27, 2021 06:38 PM IST
The prevailing circumstances in the country — a raging pandemic, slow pace of vaccinations, derailed economic recovery and strained government finances — entail turbulent times for incumbents both at the Centre and in the states
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Representational Image. (File photo)

How India’s water mission is overcoming the challenge in the Northeast

By Zia Haq
UPDATED ON MAY 27, 2021 06:00 PM IST
Given their terrain and challenges, the Centre has provided the northeastern states of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Sikkim, a performance incentive grant of 465 crore for 2020-21 under Jal Jeevan Mission
A bus with oxygen concentrators launched by North Delhi mayor Jai Prakash at NDMC civic centre in New Delhi on May 8. (Amal KS/HT photo) Exclusive
A bus with oxygen concentrators launched by North Delhi mayor Jai Prakash at NDMC civic centre in New Delhi on May 8. (Amal KS/HT photo)

What’s behind India’s acute shortage of life-saving medical devices?

By Zia Haq
UPDATED ON MAY 27, 2021 05:11 PM IST
Most modern medical devices, on the inside, have high-end electronic components. The biomedical and electronics industries were trying to shift supply lines away from China when the pandemic hit, following India’s border conflagration with the neighbour in 2020
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Representational image. (ANI)

BJP works on new West Bengal strategy as CBI breathes down TMC’s neck

By Tanmay Chatterjee, Hindustan Times, Kolkata
UPDATED ON MAY 27, 2021 04:41 PM IST
The BJP, which dealt a major blow to the TMC in 2019 by winning 18 of Bengal’s 42 Lok Sabha seats, ended up securing only 77 of the 294 assembly seats in the latest assembly polls
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Representational image. (AFP File)

The economic aftermath of the pandemic’s second wave

By Sonal Varma and Aurodeep Nandi
UPDATED ON MAY 26, 2021 03:37 PM IST
The economy will not contract as deeply as the first wave, but recovery is deeply intertwined with health policy
Santosh Bhawar, 48, holds up a bunch of jackfruit in his farm in Devnaliya, a village in Madhya Pradesh’s Dewas district. Bhawar says he has been able to reap three crops, instead of two, and raised his income three times over by simply digging pits to conserve rain water. (Photo: Zia Haq/HT) Exclusive
Santosh Bhawar, 48, holds up a bunch of jackfruit in his farm in Devnaliya, a village in Madhya Pradesh’s Dewas district. Bhawar says he has been able to reap three crops, instead of two, and raised his income three times over by simply digging pits to conserve rain water. (Photo: Zia Haq/HT)

Dewas catches the rain where it falls

By Zia Haq
UPDATED ON MAY 26, 2021 01:48 PM IST
With over 4,000 rainwater conservation pits, the Madhya Pradesh district is model for Jal Jeevan Mission
Not only are cyclones relatively uncommon in the Arabian Sea, Tauktae also intensified (measured by the surface wind speed of the storm) rapidly into one of the most severe cyclones in the Arabian Sea in over two decades. (PTI File) Exclusive
Not only are cyclones relatively uncommon in the Arabian Sea, Tauktae also intensified (measured by the surface wind speed of the storm) rapidly into one of the most severe cyclones in the Arabian Sea in over two decades. (PTI File)

Cyclone Tauktae is a warning; the future of India’s western coast is at stake

By Abhishek Jha and Jayashree Nandi, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAY 26, 2021 06:33 AM IST
India is bracing for a second cyclone in a month as it prepares for Cyclone Yaas in the Bay of Bengal, which is likely to cross the Odisha-Bengal coast on May 26
The women’s council that manages the IoT-based water supply plant in Upli Uberia village in Rajasthan’s Sirohi district, some 80km from the tourist town of Udaipur. (Photo: Sourced) Exclusive
The women’s council that manages the IoT-based water supply plant in Upli Uberia village in Rajasthan’s Sirohi district, some 80km from the tourist town of Udaipur. (Photo: Sourced)

Jal Jeevan mission goes digital in five states

By Zia Haq
UPDATED ON MAY 25, 2021 01:09 PM IST
Water is a global story, but a remote village in southern Rajasthan, ringed by the rocky Aravali mountain range, has its own — one that goes back generations
UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath. (File photo) Exclusive
UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath. (File photo)

Road to 2022: In UP, the pandemic has changed public discourse, political agenda

By Sunita Aron
UPDATED ON MAY 24, 2021 05:38 PM IST
While the UP government’s narrative has been focused on how well it has managed the second wave – to be fair, the numbers do indicate this – anecdotal reports do suggest that testing is inadequate in rural areas, and not all deaths are being correctly attributed to Covid
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Representational image. (PTI Archive)

Inside India’s new plan to deliver water

By Zia Haq
UPDATED ON MAY 24, 2021 02:51 PM IST
Jal Jeevan Mission is necessary and making progress, but experts say long-term sustainability is a concern
Delhi’s GB Road, which used to spring to life in the evenings, is now struggling for survival. Of the approximately 4,000 sex workers who resided there, close to half have migrated back to their villages. (Representational image/HT Archive) Exclusive
Delhi’s GB Road, which used to spring to life in the evenings, is now struggling for survival. Of the approximately 4,000 sex workers who resided there, close to half have migrated back to their villages. (Representational image/HT Archive)

Trafficked, exploited, starved: The story of the pandemic and sex workers

UPDATED ON MAY 24, 2021 01:39 PM IST
Unlike traffickers who are managing to push girls into the flesh trade even during the pandemic, sex workers, already stereotyped and marginalised, are struggling to survive in near penury
KK Shailaja. (File photo) Exclusive
KK Shailaja. (File photo)

With Shailaja’s omission, decoding the Indian Left’s gender blind spot

By Sunetra Choudhury
UPDATED ON MAY 28, 2021 11:23 AM IST
The CM may have ruled out a rethink but not everyone is convinced with this decision. HT spoke to a cross section of women Left leaders on the record, including a Communist Party of India (Marxist) politburo member, who don’t agree with the chief minister
Sonia Gandhi greets children during a memorial ceremony to mark the 75th birth anniversary of Rajiv Gandhi in New Delhi on August 20, 2019. (File photo) Exclusive
Sonia Gandhi greets children during a memorial ceremony to mark the 75th birth anniversary of Rajiv Gandhi in New Delhi on August 20, 2019. (File photo)

How Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination changed the politics of Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu

By Divya Chandrababu
UPDATED ON MAY 22, 2021 02:32 PM IST
The LTTE had orchestrated the assassination to avenge Gandhi’s decision to send the Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) to intervene in the country between 1987 and 1990 during its three-decade long civil war
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