Narendra Modi

 
Public finance is key to delivering the human right to health
Public finance is key to delivering the human right to health
Health is a human right. When people are not able to access the healthcare they need, especially if this is for reasons of cost, their human rights...
India inaugurates world's biggest statue amid tight security
India inaugurates world's biggest statue amid tight security
India on Wednesday inaugurated the world's biggest statue with pomp, fireworks and tight security amid an outcry among local groups over the cost...
India's Modi launches 'world's largest' health insurance scheme
India's Modi launches 'world's largest' health insurance scheme
India's government has launched one of the world's largest publicly-funded health insurance schemes, set to cover some 500 million people.
The migrant and the enemy within
The migrant and the enemy within
In 1978, the song Factory, on Bruce Springsteen’s Darkness on the Edge of Town album, offered a lament for the working...
When calling out human rights abuses is ‘extremist’ then we’re in trouble
When calling out human rights abuses is ‘extremist’ then we’re in trouble
Now that the red carpets have been rolled up and all the empty bottles of expensive mineral water thrown away, it’s worth reflecting on some of...
BRICS states prepare for fourth industrial revolution
BRICS states prepare for fourth industrial revolution
Technology is the biggest disruptor, and BRICS countries plan to upskill, provide opportunities as well as develop policies to deal with both the...
No moral compass in Modi’s SA mission
No moral compass in Modi’s SA mission
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been on a five-day trip to Africa that culminated in the 2018 summit of the Brics (Brazil, Russia, India,...
Brics is no emancipatory project
Brics is no emancipatory project
In 1741 the economy in New York was seriously depressed and the winter had been particularly cruel. On March 8, Fort George, the imperial armoury...
SA’s crisis needs a democratic resolution
SA’s crisis needs a democratic resolution
In April and May 2014, more than 200‑million people in India voted for the alliance of parties led by Narendra Modi, a man who has been regularly...
Letters to the editor: July 29 to August 4 2016
Letters to the editor: July 29 to August 4 2016
The failure of government to deliver on its promises continues to fuel the high rate of service delivery protests across most provinces. These...
Democracy is taking a beating as right-wing forces consolidate their grip on power
Democracy is taking a beating as right-wing forces consolidate their grip on power
The news has become a tightening cycle of horror. A truck smashes through a holiday crowd in Nice. Teenage soldiers are beaten to death on the...
Modi preaches peace in Durban while back home Indian troops open fire on mourners
Modi preaches peace in Durban while back home Indian troops open fire on mourners
It takes a special appreciation of irony to comprehend the events of the past weekend.

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