Category: Centre for Comparative Studies in India

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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...

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Gender-sensitive Public Transport: Time to Walk the Talk

By Sara John* Public transport forms the backbone of an efficient urban mobility system of a city, spearheading its development and modernisation. The creation of economic opportunities and improved access to markets and services...

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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...

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Hard Road Ahead – Reforming Telecom

By Chithira Rajeevan 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...

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What Happened to Attappadi?

by K V Thomas*   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...

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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,...