By Gazi Hassan and Manaswini Vijayakumar From “hug diplomacy” to chai per charcha with world leaders, a significant shift has been witnessed in the way India used to conduct its foreign policy. What is new is the importance given to […]
By Jayashri Ramesh Sundaram India is neither a party to the 1951 Refugee Convention nor an ASEAN country. Yet, it has been criticised by the international community and media for its lack of condemnation of Myanmar atrocities and neglect of […]
Will BJP be able to retain it’s southern citadel? Will the Congress-JD(S) finally falter? In this part of our Election Analysis, ‘Decoding the Polls’ our experts analyse who is going to have a upper hand in Karnataka.
CPPR Chairman Dr D Dhanuraj comments in a news story published in the Deccan Herald on the issue related to water crisis in the country is yet to find a headway in the elections. In a way, an election to […]
This part of ‘Decoding the Polls’ looks into minority voters in Uttar Pradesh West. With the highest concentration of minority voters in Uttar Pradesh West, it may be the deciding factor for the SP-BSP-RLD alliance.
‘A Vision for Higher Education Reform’ an e-book published by Centre for Public Policy Research is a compilation of articles and opinion pieces authored by CPPR research team led by Dr D Dhanuraj. The articles are intended for studying the […]
By Juanita Justin The ‘Last Chance’ vote that took place on the supposed Independence Day in Britain on March 29 resulted in rejecting the deal once again. The Withdrawal Agreement which has been previously voted down twice, lost again for […]
Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth (CVV) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR), a Kochi-based public policy think tank on April 1, 2019 to introduce MA in Public Policy and Governance from 2019 academic year. The association […]
A two-day round table discussion on ‘Rebuilding Kerala Economy: Time for a Paradigm Shift’ organised by CPPR Centre for Comparative Studies in collaboration with Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) was held on March 22–23, 2019 at Rivera Suites, Kochi. […]
Dr. D. Dhanuraj, Chairman- Centre for Public Policy Research spoke on the Dos and Don’ts of voicing opinion on social media during election time. He mentioned the various methods adopted by Social media like Facebook and Twitter to discourage actions that […]
*The news story published in The Times of India, quoting CPPR Chairman, Dr. D. Dhanuraj’s comment on how desalination plants are capital intensive and we will have to mobilize huge funds for setting up such plants. KOCHI: At a time […]