The Centre for Public Policy Research organised its 17th edition of CPPR Quarterly Lecture Series on the topic ‘India and its Neighbourhood’ on August 22, 2020. The Quarterly Lecture Series, initiated in 2012, aims to provide insight into the sphere […]
The South Asia Students For Liberty (SASFL) in association with the Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) hosted a live webinar on “Positive Steps towards Revival of Economy in the COVID-19 Era” on May 29, 2020. The panellists were Ms […]
They get to know #MeToo movement and its impact on media Around 30 students from foreign universities who sailed into Kochi on Thursday as part of their study programme Semester at Sea partook in discussions on the #MeToo movement and its influence […]
(Photo Courtesy – Daily Post India) Strong India-Japan relation is a global common good, says Deputy Consul-General of Japan in Chennai. Discussing the economic imperatives and security challenges among other things for the India-Japan partnership was a two-day International Conference […]
KOCHI: Foreign students and teachers from around 200 universities will reach Kochi on Thursday, as part of their study programme ‘Semester at Sea’, which is being held onboard the luxury vessel MV World Odyssey. It is a multi-country study abroad programme […]
‘They share common values of commitment to democracy’ The two-day conference on ‘India and Japan: Growing Partnership and Opportunities for Cooperation’ hosted by city-based Centre for Public Policy Research’s Centre for Strategic Studies in collaboration with Chennai’s Consulate-General of Japan […]
KOCHI: A two-day international conference on India and Japan began in Kochi on Tuesday with experts talking of converging national interests of two countries. The conference was curated around the theme ‘India and Japan: Growing Partnership and Opportunities for Cooperation’. Analysing the […]
*The news story published on Malayala Manorama, Kochi about the 2-day India-Japan International Conference round the theme ‘India and Japan: Growing Partnership and Opportunities for Cooperation’. The conference was hosted by the CPPR – Centre for Strategic Studies, Kochi in collaboration […]
Employees of Infopark have demanded better public transport facilities connecting the IT hub to other parts of Ernakulam at the 11th edition of Kochi Public Transport Day organized by CPPR. The story was published on The Times of India.
Employees of Infopark have demanded better public transport facilities connecting the IT hub to other parts of Ernakulam at the 11th edition of Kochi Public Transport Day organized by CPPR. The story was published on The Hindu.
*The news story published on The New Indian Express, where CPPR’s Chairman, Dr. D. Dhanuraj points out the concerns regarding the KMTA bill. Lack of clarity in the role of the authority is the biggest roadblock, experts point out. “Though […]
*”Since they have started to assess the results of the education and skill-based programmes they introduced in the last quarter, they will feel the need to up their game,” says D Dhanuraj (Photo Courtesy – Business Standard) The most important […]
(Photo Courtesy: The New Indian Express) KOCHI: Public Transport Day (KPTD), an initiative by Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) to promote the usage of the public transport system, was observed at St Teresa’s College on Monday. KPTD is observed monthly […]