Chairman of CPPR Dr D Dhanuraj is part of Manorama News channel’s post-election analysis of the Kerala Assembly Election 2016. Telecast starts live at 3:00 pm, on 19th May 2016. Don’t forget to tune in.
Prof KC Abraham, Academic Director of Centre for Public Policy Research; gives a Political analysis of the Kerala Assembly election 2016. Read more about this in our blog Anxiety over the Impending Kerala Verdict
By Elizabeth Edison* Kerala is preparing for yet another clash of the clans. For a state whose vote bank is fundamentally divided by religious, regional, and communal differences, predicting Kerala’s 2016 election results is indeed a tough nut to crack. […]
By Elizabeth Edison & Dr D. Dhanuraj* Kerala has been the hot bed for a number of alleged scams and corruption for the last two years. The bar scam and solar scam continued to make headlines every day […]
Dr D Dhanuraj, Chairman, Centre for Public Policy Research writes about the upcoming Kerala Election 2016, and how the equation changes with the entry of the BJP lead NDA in this election. Read more about this in our blog Perverted communal politics […]
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP government has completed 18 months at the center. India registered an impressive 7.4% yoy GDP growth for the July-Sep’15 time period. Whilst the government can take pride in the top line growth, the […]
Yet another award returnee!! Rahul V. Kumar, Research Consultant to CPPR question the concept of the state giving away awards in his latest piece “Why Government Awards?” Read more about this in our blog at http://cppr.blogspot.in/2015/11/why-government-awards.html Views are personal and […]
“The 2014 election meant not just a change of government but a change of the tone and temper from the time of Independence, and “This is a beginning of an attempt to revamp the country”.” It was on this […]
CPPR 9th Quarterly Lecture delivered by Dr. Dileep Padgaonkar, consulting Editor of The Times of India. On the topic “Indian Politics After One Year of General Election 2014”. The lecture was conducted on June 5th 2015.
CPPR’s 9th Quarterly Lecture will be delivered by Mr Dileep Padgaonkar; leading journalist and recipient of prominent honours and awards. The CPPR Quarterly Lecture has become a platform for thought leaders from different areas who share their thoughts on matters […]
By, D. Dhanuraj and Rahul V Kumar* Delhi election results did create a wave. Social media was flooded with applause for the lone fighter in Arvind Kejriwal. Success of the Aam Admi Party (AAP) was lauded as the success of democracy. […]
By, Renjini Rajagopalan There are many ways of looking at Delhi elections. On one hand, it is a study of all the things that went wrong. On the other, it is also a study of what went right. People from […]
by Harisankar K S* As the Prime Minister of India was all set to start his historic visit to the United States of America, after a decade long visa ban, a federal court in New York issued a summons on […]
By Devi Prasad, IES* From the Red-fort, the present PM, an outsider to Delhi durbar, in a Schumpeterian frame had announced creative destruction of the Planning Commission, and positioning of a new Think Tank in its place. The risk of any power elite capturing such a Think Tank stands minimised, as […]