June 22, 2018

Will Kerala’s Draft Labour Policy be beneficial for the State or will it turn out to be counterproductive; കരട് തൊഴില്‍ നയത്തില്‍ തൊഴിലാളികള്‍ക്ക് അമിത പ്രാധാന്യം; ഇത് കേരളത്തിനു ഗുണകരമോ?

The state government has cleared the draft Labour Policy of 2017 which aims to build a healthy employer-employee relation ensuring the prosperity of the labourers, business community and the overall development of the state. Will the proposals of the policy […]
June 22, 2018

Exploratory study on the Khadi Sector in India

Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) is assisting  All India Artisans and Craftworkers Welfare Association (AIACA) to conduct an exploratory study on the Khadi Sector in India. The study will look into the issues faced by Khadi Sector by engaging all […]
June 7, 2018

E book – The Morality of Capitalism (Malayalam Translation)

  ‘Muthalalitha Vyavasthithiyude Dhaarmikatha’ an e-book published by CPPR is the first Malayalam translation of  “The Morality of Capitalism: What Your Professors Won’t Tell You”, edited by  Tom G. Palmer The second in the “What Your Professors Won’t Tell You” […]
April 17, 2018

Skill Development and Job Creation

India is a young nation with nearly 65 percent of its population under 35 years old. However, this demographic dividend might prove to be dangerous, rather than a boon, as India lacks severely in employment, skills and opportunities. ‘Skill Development […]
April 9, 2018

NH widening set for a rocky ride; The Times of India, April 9, 2018

KOCHI: Widening of national highways (NH) has once again hit a roadblock with state and central government agencies passing the buck on who will foot the bill. The latest twist in the tale is Centre’s letter which states that the land value […]
April 5, 2018

India’s Improving Energy Transition

  India has the largest government mandated renewable energy programme, with a target of 175 GW renewable energy capacities by 2022. But how does the country fare in terms of transitioning from traditional methods of energy conversion? ‘India’s Improving Energy […]
April 4, 2018

Changing Business Climate in Kerala: Women and Entrepreneurs Embracing Night Economy

The video analyses the need for amending the Kerala Shops and Establishments Act of 1960 to suit the constantly changing lifestyle and shopping trends of Keralites. It presents representatives from the business community with a chance to voice their concerns […]
March 28, 2018

Hard Road Ahead – Reforming Telecom

The Indian telecom sector has witnessed immense growth since market liberalisation in the late 1990s. It is the second largest in the world by number of telephone and internet subscribers. However, the industry is grappling with rising NPAs, sky-high debt […]
March 23, 2018

Draft of the Proposed Amendments to the Kerala Shops & Commercial Establishments Act,1960

In the background of the Model Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 2016, approved by the Government of India, Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) initiated a project in October 2016 to contextualise the reforms proposed in the Act in Kerala. […]
March 22, 2018

Gorakhpur: When the Elephant and Cycle Trampled the Lotus

A year after its spectacular success in the Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, the BJP has been dealt a double blow in the by-elections in Gorakhpur and Phulpur. The loss of Gorakhpur is of great significance for the BJP, as […]
March 2, 2018

Assembly Elections in Meghalaya and Nagaland- The Changing Political Contours in the North-East

Anupama Ghosh (Research Intern, CPPR) gives her analysis about the Assembly Elections in Meghalaya and Nagaland in her blog piece, ‘Assembly Elections in Meghalaya and Nagaland- The Changing Political Contours in the North-East’ Click here to read: Assembly Elections in Meghalaya […]
February 27, 2018

What Happened to Attappadi?

The gruesome lynching of Madhu, a 27-year-old Adivasi youth of Chindakki in the Attappadi area of Palakkad district once again demonstrated how political parties and successive governments have neglected this area for decades. In fact, Attappadi had garnered national attention […]
February 23, 2018

Assembly Elections 2018: Will Tripura Change its Hues?

Anupama Ghosh (Research Intern, CPPR) writes about the waxing and waning of the various political parties in the electoral fray in Tripura and the major challenges confronting the northeastern state in her blog piece, ‘Assembly Elections 2018: Will Tripura Change […]
February 19, 2018

Parliamentarians from the UK and India Discuss Nuances of Parliamentary Democracy in Kochi

Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) presented a discussion titled Future of Parliamentary Democracy on February 15, 2018, at Kochi. A panel consisting of selected Members of Parliament from the United Kingdom and India came together to discuss issues surrounding […]
February 15, 2018

Watch Live Streaming of Interactive session on “Future of of Parliamentary Democracy”

Centre for Public Policy Research hosting Shri NK Premachandran MP and The Parliamentary Delegation from CPA UK for a interactive session on “Future of of Parliamentary Democracy”

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