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July 9, 2014

CPPR – Through Ten Years

It was struggle and composure, simultaneously evading each and every moment and during all these years ,that took CPPR to what it is now. As an organization, as a platform for engaging the youth, as a promoter of critically significant […]
July 7, 2014

Join Us for celebrating our 10th Anniversary!!

  Its time for Celebrations; unique and important; as Centre for Public Policy Research has crossed a milestone:- 10 years!! In this joyous occasion we are here to celebrate it with you- our well wishers. We believe that our achievements […]
July 4, 2014

“Education can solve the issues in Pakistan” Madhyamam

“Education can solve the issues in Pakistan” says Prof. T.V Paul in the lecture conducted by Centre for Public Policy Research. The above report is published by one of the leading Malayalam daily Madhyamam. Prof. Paul talked on his book […]
July 4, 2014

CPPR – 7th Quarterly Lecture is delivered by Prof. T.V Paul

  “Pakistan is economically weak and is failing “says Prof. T. V Paul while he was analyzing his recent controversial book “The Warrior State: Pakistan in the Contemporary world” as a part of the 7th Quarterly lecture, organised by Centre […]
July 2, 2014

CPPR 7th Quarterly Lecture by Prof. T.V Paul

  Centre for Public Policy Research 7th Quarterly Lecture July 3, 2014 Insights in to “The Warrior State: Pakistan in the Contemporary World” By, Prof. T.V Paul, (James McGill Professor of International Relations in the department of Political Science at McGill […]
July 2, 2014

What should be the State’s stand vis-à-vis the alcohol industry in India?

The growing debate around liquor consumption in Kerala following the delay in issuing the Abkari policy statement in 2014 provides suitable grounds to discuss several important issues surrounding liquor production and consumption in India. A discussion is essential as liquor […]
June 24, 2014

A Model for helping India’s Sports Sector

Introduction International events come and go but India has never been able to pose significant competition to sportsmen and women from across the globe. We have had a competitive hockey team which consistently won Olympic medals until the late 1970s […]
June 24, 2014

THE BANKING SECTOR

The global economy is recovering from the worst financial crisis since the great depression. The recovery, however, is fragile and uneven. The financial crisis has brought a number of lessons to the fore. First, financial regulation needs to stay ahead […]
June 18, 2014

Debugging tips to Ms. Smriti Irani for the ‘Higher Education’ sector in India

If the decisive mandate to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to rule the country without any hassles of forming coalition had surprised many pollsters, the choice of Ms. SmirtiIrani to the coveted post of Human Resource Development (HRD) ministry was the […]
June 12, 2014

Kerala’s public policy crisis in fighting Cancer

Thinking about the cancer care policy has been part of India’s modern medical history since the inception of the National Cancer Control Programme in 1975-76. This programme conceived the Regional Cancer Centre (RCC) of Kerala in 1981. So far the […]
June 5, 2014

Planting saplings: Does our Environment Day start and end there???

Today, as I entered the main road, a rally of school children welcomed me. They were all having umbrellas decorated with leaves of various trees.  This was how; they celebrated the World Environment Day (WED). Yesterday onwards, there are advertisements […]
June 4, 2014

Will Modi’s Minimum government phase out the Civil Service?

Will Modi’s Minimum government phase out the Civil Service? The context for this question lies in an attempt by the author to understand the concept of Minimum Government and the theory behind it. In nominal terms ‘Minimum Government’ is a […]
June 3, 2014

Big-data and the Market Mechanism

Introduction Big-data could be the game changer in future. Data and big-data are conceptually similar but the later differs technically due to the enormity in volume and the corresponding difficulty in storage. Big-data would imply information that is collected in […]
April 8, 2014

CPPR Centre for Strategic Studies Call for Internships on Non-Traditional Security in India

The CPPR Centre for Strategic Studies (CSS) calls for Internships on Non-Traditional Security in India. The Centre for Strategic Studies of the Centre for Public Policy Research has been in the forefront of activities in conducting research and activities in […]
April 7, 2014

Internship opportunity in CPPR Centre for Comparative Studies

  CPPR Centre for Comparative Studies (CCS) is inviting Internships in the following topics. The Internship will be for period of 2-3 months and shall be subject to the CPPR Internship Policy Tasks for Interns Do a routine collection and […]