April 15, 2024

EP 11 | Policy Beyond Borders | Delving into India-UAE Economic Partnership: Exploring CEPA and BIT

This episode of Policy Beyond Borders with Dr Meena Singh Roy endeavours to unravel the multifaceted dimensions of India-UAE economic relations, exploring pivotal agreements like the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) and the recently signed Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT)  and […]
April 15, 2024

Nuclear Power: How India’s Beaches Can Unlock a Nuclear-powered Future

Kerala and Odisha, home to golden beaches, collectively harbour over 70% of India’s thorium deposits. This vast resource is poised to fuel India’s indigenous nuclear power program. India’s Indigenous Prototype Fast Breeder Nuclear Reactor (PFBR) and abundant thorium reserves hold […]
April 15, 2024

CPPR DecodingthePolls Ep.28 | Political Waves and Undercurrents in Kerala Elections

April 15, 2024

CPPR DecodingthePolls Ep.27 | Decoding the Minority Politics of Kerala

April 15, 2024

CPPR DecodingthePolls Ep.26 | Competitive Narratives of India’s General Elections 2024

April 15, 2024

CPPR DecodingthePolls Ep.25 | An Overview of Indian National and State Elections 2024

April 11, 2024

 CPPR DCODING the POLLS

Decoding Indian National and State Elections 2024 “Decoding the Polls” is an enlightening endeavour crafted by the Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) to provide a holistic understanding of the Indian electoral process.  From in-depth articles to thought-provoking podcasts and […]
April 8, 2024

Make better public transport a poll promise

For many decades now, the bus transport sector in India has not received sufficient attention and support from the Union government As India gears up for another general election, political parties are actively engaged in releasing their manifestos. Despite being […]
April 8, 2024

EP 59 | Insights into Change: Recent Trends in India’s Female Labour Force Participation | Policy Beyond Politics

In the 2023 annual Gender Gap Report by the World Economic Forum (WEF), India saw an advancement in its ranking, now positioned at 127 out of 146 countries, marking an improvement of eight places compared to the previous year. However, […]
April 8, 2024

Spearheading Climate Action and the Role of Multilateral Development Banks

As global leaders have charted out new roadmaps for climate action in COP28, climate finance holds immense relevance. PM Narendra Modi, during his address at the big climate event, emphasised boosting climate financing and highlighted the role of multilateral development […]
April 5, 2024

Unlocking the Potential of Municipal Financing in India

With a substantial section of the population moving to cities in quest of better opportunities and higher living standards, urbanisation is drastically changing the landscape of India. Local governments in India face both opportunities and challenges as a result of […]
April 5, 2024

Stakeholder Consultation on Homestays and Abkari Policy 2023-24 in Kerala

The Abkari Policy 2023–24 aims to relax the toddy regulations, allowing three star and above hotels and resorts to serve freshly tapped toddy from their premises to guests during peak tourist seasons. The policy, however, has not included homestays within […]
April 5, 2024

8 Ways To Approach A Bus Transport Field Study

Field visits are fun, especially when you try to study the very core of mobility, which is public transport systems. The structure of a city, housing patterns, real estate values, commercial spaces, etc. are all influenced by the available transport […]
April 1, 2024

Enhancing Connectivity and Economic Growth in India’s Northeast through Collaborative Initiatives with Taiwan

Key Takeaways Collaboration between Taiwan and India in various sectors, facilitated by India’s Production-Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme under the initiative of the Act East Policy, holds the potential to enhance the global supply chain. This collaboration not only boosts economic […]
March 28, 2024

Resolving the India-Sri Lanka fishing dispute

The prolonged dispute over fishing rights around Kachchatheevu Island in Palk Bay has been a source of tension between India and Sri Lanka for many years. The recent protests by Sri Lankan fishermen from Jaffna, Mullaitivu, and Mannar districts against […]