Videos

June 3, 2019

Why BIMSTEC was given preference over SAARC at Modi’s swearing-in ceremony? | CPPR Global High Tea|

In this edition of CPPR Global High Tea, Gazi Hassan, Senior Research Associate, CPPR Centre for Strategic Studies, analyse the decision of Modi government of inviting BIMSTEC countries and not the SAARC countries for his swearing-in ceremony.
May 31, 2019

Foreign Policy Challenges for Modi 2.0 |CPPR Global High Tea|

|CPPR Global High Tea| CPPR Centre for Strategic Studies, Senior Research Associate Gazi Hassan’s candid take on India’s Foreign Policy.
May 24, 2019

|Decoding the Polls| Live Analysis of Election Results 2019

Team CPPR had a live streaming on the election results 2019. The discussion analysed into the different factors that resulted in the emphatic victory of BJP and the relevance of other National and Regional parties.
May 20, 2019

Exit Polls 2019- A Precursor to May 23?

In this part of our Election Analysis we look into the exit polls. All Exit Polls 2019, projects an easy win for the BJP and Narendra Modi. What does that mean for other National and Regional parties?
May 11, 2019

Analysing the General Trend after Completion of Fifth Phase of Election

In this part of our Election Analysis series Decoding the Polls our experts analyse the general trend after completion of fifth phase of election.
May 3, 2019

Midterm Election Analysis : The Trend so far

With four out of seven phases of election completed, our experts in this part of our election analysis series Decoding the Polls, looks into the election trend so far. Will the confidence exhuberates in the ruling party campaign spill over […]
May 2, 2019

Feeder System: Solutions for a Choking City

In Indian Cities, we see an enthusiastic switch towards shared mobility by both providers and commuters. However the law seems unable to keep up with this trend. Is there a need to expand our understanding of public transport systems? This […]
April 29, 2019

A Critical Analysis of Kerala’s Fishermen and their Debt Trap

Kerala boasts of its much-touted Model of Development with rapid progress in socio-economic conditions, yet the fishermen community of the state is not able to make a tantamount progress in social and economic development. The poverty, due to the continuum […]
April 26, 2019

Kallada Bus Controversy: A Case for Policy Overhaul?

The recent incident involving attack on passenger travelling in an inter-state private bus has prompted the state govt bring restrictions on these buses. Is restrictions a solution to this problem? or should there be a change in policy to deregulate […]
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 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.