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April 25, 2019

Lok Sabha elections: Kochi’s overwhelming response shows the way for other cities

Dr D Dhanuraj, Chairman, CPPR comments in a news story publish in The New Indian Express on the high number of voting in the city KOCHI: Kochi showed the way for other big cities in south India with a huge voter […]
April 24, 2019

India and Japan: Strategic Partners for the 21st Century

Transcript of the Keynote address by Prof Kanti Bajpai at the International conference on “India and Japan Growing Partnership and Opportunities for Co-operation” organized by CPPR – Centre for Strategies Studies in collaboration with the Consulate-General of Japan in Chennai […]
April 24, 2019

Manorama News Counter Point | Will high voters turnout create a wave in Kerala? | ഉയർന്ന പോളിങ്; കേരളത്തില്‍ ഒരു തരംഗമുയര്‍ന്നോ?

Kerala witnessed high number of voters turnout, will this create a wave in the Lok Sabha Election results? CPPR Chairman D. Dhanuraj along with other experts discuss about this in the Manoramma News channel’s Counter Point.
April 23, 2019

“Soft balancing: A long-term strategy for India and Japan in Asia- Pacific” Prof Kanti Prasad Bajpai

Keynote address delivered by international affairs analyst Prof Kanti Prasad Bajpai, Wilmar Professor of Asian Studies, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore at the two-day (26- 27 February) international conference on the theme “India and […]
April 23, 2019

Property Rights: Why it matters?

Centre for Public Policy Research is doing a series of videos based on the book “Vipaniyum Chila Swathanthra Aashayangalum’ (‘The Market and A Choice of Free Ideas’ ) released by CPPR. This is the third video in the series introducing […]
April 23, 2019

Broken Window Fallacy: The seen and the unseen.

Centre for Public Policy Research is doing a series of videos based on the book “Vipaniyum Chila Swathanthra Aashayangalum’ (‘The Market and A Choice of Free Ideas’ ) released by CPPR. This is the second video in the series which […]
April 23, 2019

Free Trade and Free Markets: Understanding the basics

Centre for Public Policy Research is doing a series of videos based on the book “Vipaniyum Chila Swathanthra Aashayangalum’ (‘The Market and A Choice of Free Ideas’ ) released by CPPR. This is the first video in the series. Click […]
April 22, 2019

Kerala Election: Gearing up for a Photo Finish

This part of CPPR’s election analysis series, ‘Decoding the Polls’ we look into the key factors that will influence the voters in Kerala.
April 18, 2019

India’s Extended Neighbourhood: Pivot to West Asia

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 […]
April 16, 2019

Decoding India’s Stand on the Rohingya Crisis

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 […]
April 13, 2019

Will Congress-JD(S) have a upper hand in Karnataka or will BJP be able to retain it’s southern citadel?

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.
April 13, 2019

Who will end up having the upper hand in Bihar?

In this part of our Election Analysis, ‘Decoding the Polls’, we look into who is going to have upper hand in Bihar. Will it be the NDA or the Grand Alliance?
April 11, 2019

A constitutional aspiration

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 […]
April 11, 2019

Which way will the Minority Voters Swing in Uttar Pradesh West?

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.
April 11, 2019

The Role Alliances will Play in Western Uttar Pradesh

In this part of our election analysis series, ‘Decoding the Polls’, we look into the alliance of SP-BSP-RLD and will it manage to stop the BJP juggernaut.

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