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Retail 24X7: Here’s How India Can Get There

Written by Sara John* The Indian economy is striving to gain momentum having revived from the shock of demonetisation, and now taking on the challenges of the recently implemented goods and services tax (GST)....

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We are Hiring!

Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) is seeking experienced professionals to join its team. Manager (Research and Projects) Click here to view JD Senior Research Associate (CSS) Click here to view JD Research Associate (CSS) Click here...

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Discussion Forum at the Chamber of Commerce, Thrissur

Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) conducted its third discussion forum on the Shops and Establishments Act at the Chamber of Commerce in Thrissur. The event succeeded in ensuring the active participation of the...

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The Right to Walk

D Dhanuraj With the exponential growth in the number of personal vehicles in Kerala in the last two decades, the pedestrian sidewalks started disappearing from our cities at an alarming rate. Most of the...

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How Liberal is Kerala’s Latest Liquor Policy?

As the new liquor policy becomes operational, it is important to ask if it proposes any novel initiative that could transform the liquor sector of Kerala. A crucial transformation that liquor businesses in Kerala...