In the light of Farm Bills 2020, passed by the Indian Parliament, the author reflects on the state of agriculture sector in India and the adverse impact unregulated privatization can have on it. In his opinion, any agrarian reform made in haste and to profit private stakeholders will only worsen the farmers' conditions in India.
Since September 2020, millions of Indian farmers are aggrieved owing to the passage of Agriculture related bills in parliament with a minimal discussion that many feel hollows out agrarian sector to benefit larger corporates. The author discusses the trajectory of ongoing events and the meaning they have for Indian Democracy.
The author discusses the nature of interactions between India and Taiwan during COVID-19 and the prospects of their future relations.