Category: Centre for Comparative Studies

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The Conundrum in Chhattisgarh’s Agricultural Sector

(Photo Courtesy – Livemint.com) Agriculture is the mainstay of the Indian economy, with 54.6 percent of the population engaged in agriculture or allied activities. According to Census 2011, agriculture along with fisheries and forestry...

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Gauging the Electoral Mood in Haryana

(Photo Courtesy – newsx.com) The largest democracy in the world is just three months away from electing the 17th Lok Sabha (LS) in the General Elections of 2019. Sensing from the nation’s mood, the...

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Video: Analysis of Union Interim Budget 2019

The Government of India presented the Interim Budget for 2019. And on the whole, the budget looks very populist with the aim of pleasing the voters before the general elections due this year. #CPPRIndia‘s...

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Union Budget 2019 : Populist Move before the Election

(Photo Courtesy Financial Express) Though the speculation of whether it would be a full-fledged budget, or an interim budget was put to rest earlier, after the interim Finance Minister Piyush Goyal’s budget speech, it...

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Indian Aviation Scene: Empty Seats and Empty Pockets

By Chithira Rajeevan Image Courtesy: Business World The Indian aviation industry is touted to be one among the fastest growing industries in the world. The international aviation market has grown significantly with 54 million...

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Emerging Trends in Indian Economy

“We are living in VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity) world, and it is getting very difficult to predict what is likely to come,” said Dr. V K Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist, Geojit Financial...

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Battle of Telugu leaders for Delhi

The winter of 2018 has set a tensed mood for general elections of 2019. The results of state assembly elections have set off new debates and calculations. The Congress, which was seen as a...