CPPR Senior Fellow, Dr Rijo M John, comments in a news article published in The New Indian Express on the sudden increase of infected people from Tamil Nadu and Karnataka crossing borders and entering Kerala. He said unlike Kerala, most […]
CPPR Political Observatory is a video series which focuses on recent issues in India in the context of politics and governance.This episode will discuss the relevance of anti-defection law in the light of recent Political controversy in Karnataka.
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.
Societies are repositories of knowledge. More often than not, the solutions for most of the challenges we face as a community or society continue to exist scattered across such repositories. What if a platform can bridge this knowledge gap, and […]
The Indian dispute resolution arena is witnessing significant developments with the Central Government’s steadfast commitment to discouraging litigation and encouraging companies to take up alternate dispute resolution systems. In this context, CPPR with the support of the British Deputy High […]
ADR Centre, the dispute resolution wing of Centre for Public Policy Research is organising a unique two-day training programme for professionals on Commercial Dispute Resolution. The programme, supported by the British Deputy High Commission, will be conducted by experienced trainers from the […]
Commercial Dispute Resolution (CDR) as part of the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has received renewed interest in India after Singapore International Arbitration Centre entered the Indian space through the Gujarat International Finance Tech-city (GIFT), Gujarat. India is yet to take […]
Green Rules Need to be Simplified: Kerala Industries Principal Secretary By Express News Service Published: 13th March 2016 04:36 AM Last Updated: 13th March 2016 04:36 AM KOCHI: The rules pertaining to environmental clearance for facilitating industrial projects have been […]
Date: March 12 Organizers: Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR); British High Commission (BHC); and the Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) Venue: Radisson Blu, Kochi Kochi: “Kerala’s LSG’s are the most powerful in the country,” claimed PH Kurian, Principal […]
Date: March 11 Organisers: Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR); British High Commission (BHC); and the Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC). Venue: Radisson Blu, Kochi Kochi: Regulatory terrorism is the prime reason for restricting businesses from flourishing in India, claimed K Saraswathi, Secretary […]
The Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR), Kochi, under the aegis of the British High Commission, New Delhi, and in partnership with the Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) is hosting a two-day conclave titled: Breaking Business Barriers: South India […]
The project is to assist the government in easing the barriers to business related to the entry, conduct and exit of the entrepreneurs/investors/establishments in select sectors and region. This project aims at the development of a business friendly eco system in […]
India Development Indicators is an initiative by the Development Metrics group at the Centre for Development Finance (CDF), IFMR with CPPR. The initiative is supported by Google.org, the philanthropic arm of Google.com, under its “Inform and Empower” programme. This initiative […]
Dr Chandra Ranade, Adjunct Faculty of Virginia International University launched the CPPR Centre for Comparative Studies in India (CIS) in Kochi on September 6th. On the occasion of the formal launch of CPPR-Centre for Comparative Studies in India, the keynote […]