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From The Editor-in-Chief

India Today Editor-in-Chief Aroon Purie talks about how Indian society is still deeply conservative.

In a 2013 column for an Indian newspaper, Abhijit Banerjee, this year's joint winner of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, made a point that sparked some controversy. Banerjee, who won the prize for his experimental approach in alleviating poverty, argued in his column about the inequality of access to sex. India's crowded cities and poorly planned urban spaces, he said, kept low-income affordable housing

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